The plan for the opensource .NET events at Skills Matter for the following three months is:
All these events are free, but up-front registration is required for capacity planning. Click on individual events to register.
In addition to that, I’ll be running the 3 day Progressive .NET course again on November 11th-13th. The course helps students learn the most important emerging practices in the .NET community such as dependency injection, aspect oriented programming, MVC, object-relational mapping, unit and acceptance TDD and so on, with practical exercises using leading opensource .NET tools such as the Castle stack, NHibernate, MBUnit… For more information and to register, see http://skillsmatter.com/course/open-source-dot-net/opensource-dot-net-tools-crash-course.
I’m doing a free evening talk on space based programming on September 2nd at Skills Matter.
Space-based architectures are an alternative to the traditional n-tier model for enterprise applications. Instead of a vertical tier partitioning, space based applications are partitioned horizontally into self-sufficient units. This leads to almost linear scalability of stateful, high-performance applications. In this presentation, I’ll talk about space based programming in general and demonstrate how to do that on the .NET platform.
The event is free but up-front registration is required. See http://skillsmatter.com/podcast/open-source-dot-net/space-based-programming/ for more information and to register.
Yesterday at AltNetUK Openspace Coding Days we repeated the TDD as if you meant it exercise, originally organised by Keith Braithwaite at the Software Craftsmanship 2009 conference. This gave me a chance to once again go back to the problem, but from a completely different perspective. Continue reading
I had a great time yesterday at the Opensource .NET Exchange III. Opensource .NET exchange is a meeting of .NET enthusiasts organised by Skills Matter every six months in London with lots of speakers giving 15 minute talks on different subjects, loosely related to opensource and .NET, with lots of time for socialising over beer and pizza. Continue reading
I’m launching a new TDD course with Skills Matter – very practical with hands-on exercises straight from the start and very little theory just to explain how things work. Covering the latest TDD tools and practices. Get 25% off when you book by quoting get 25% off my new Test Driven .NET Development in Practice (London, 3 Aug) quote SM1604-622777-ALT at http://skillsmatter.com/course/open-source-dot-net/test-driven-dot-net-development-in-practice/ng-131.