Survey. Which frameworks do you use in .Net projects?

Posted Posted in C#, DevDays, Entity Framework, Frameworks, Hibernate / nHibernate, Uncategorized

Later this week I will be doing a talk at the Microsoft DevDays conference at the Congrescentrum in Den Haag. This talk is titled Navigating through the hypes, Software architectures and patterns to help avoiding your projects to crash. Read more about it at www.devdays.nl. Please fill in the little survey I’m conducting at Survey: Which frameworks do you use […]

The days are just packed. My talks in May and June 2009

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Agile, Anti-patterns, Design patterns, DevDays, Model driven development, Scrum, Smart use cases, Software architecture, Talks

The months May and June are notorious for the number of talks – as Rick van der Lans describes: May and June are speaker’s season. Just to remind me not to forget any of my upcoming talks, here’s a list: May 12. Project estimation with smart use cases. At Capgemini, Utrecht. Presentation at internal software estimation seminar for Community of […]

Navigating through the hypes, Software architectures and patterns to help avoiding your projects to crash – this year’s DevDays talk.

Posted Posted in .Net, Anti-patterns, C#, Design patterns, DevDays, Entity Framework, Frameworks, Smells of bad code, Software architecture

Good to hear that I’ve made the program of this year’s Microsoft DevDays. Will be a challenging talk on software architecture and patterns, titled just like this blog post. Here’s the description. Hope you like it. Navigating through the hypes, Software architectures and patterns to help avoiding your projects to crash When it comes to .Net software development, more and […]