A book on pragmatic software architecture, patterns and frameworks?

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One of the major items on my wish list – that is on the professional half of it – is to write a book that displays my ideas on software architecture, patterns and frameworks. Yes I know, there are many books on software architecture, and there are many books that explain patterns, and yes there also are a lot of […]

Please vote for my Microsoft Mix 2011 proposals!

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From April 12-14 the next edition of Microsoft’s MIX Conference will take place in Las Vegas. I’ve sent in two proposals for the Open Call. Today heard that both proposals made it through the first cut, which means they’re open for public voting (you don’t have to be registered). It would be great if you would cast your vote for […]

November 9, 2010 – Microsoft TechEd Europe. How frameworks can kill your projects.

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[Session ARC203 at Microsoft TechEd Europe 2010 in Berlin] When it comes to Microsoft .NET-connected development, more and more frameworks are entering the market, both from Microsoft and from open source. Think of ASP.NET MVC, Castle, Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), Entity Framework, Unity, Linq2SQL, ADO.NET Data Services, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), nHibernate, Spring.NET, CSLA, NUnit, Enterprise Library, MEF or ADF. […]

Sander’s talk at TechEd US 2010. How frameworks can kill your projects and patterns to prevent getting killed

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Last week, the Microsoft TechEd North America 2010 took place in the great city of New Orleans. I was lucky to be invited to do a talk on how frameworks can kill your projects. When it comes to Microsoft .NET-connected development, more and more frameworks enter the market. Both from Microsoft and from open source. Think of ASP.NET MVC, Castle, […]

Follow the white rabbit! Exploring custom software development in Sharepoint

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This DevTweet column by @mariannerd and @aahoogendoorn is published in SDN Magazine, December 2009. @aahoogendoorn Where are you???? 🙂 @mariannerd I’m here. How was Vegas? @aahoogendoorn #SPC09 was great! Great conference! Good sessions, good speakers and wow… The SharePoint community is enthusiastic! Loved it! @mariannerd So we can finally deliver actual applications on SharePoint? Would it be a good idea […]

October 19. Talk. “Silverlight, .NET RIA Services and code generation”

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SDC Conference, Papendal, Arnhem (www.sdc.nl) Next week the annual SDC conference will take place at Papendal, Arnhem. As usual the organising SDN community has put together a long list of international appraised speakers, and challenging subjects on the matter of software development and software architecture.   A bit to my surprise, this year I was invited to do 3 talks, […]