Service georienteerde projecten vormgeven met smart use cases [In Dutch]

Posted Posted in Agile SAP, Documentation, Project management, Publications, SAP, Service oriented architecture, Smart estimation, Smart use case points (SUCP), Smart use cases, Software architecture, Software estimation, Uncategorized

This post was originally written to be published as a chapter in an upcoming book on IT architecture. The book will be presented at the Landelijk Architectuur Congres 2009 in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. This post will likely also be published in two parts in Software Release Magazine. Ondanks dat ik inmiddels al zo’n twintig jaar in dit vakgebied rondloop, blijven […]

Serviceorientatie vormgeven met smart use cases [In Dutch]

Posted Posted in Agile SAP, Documentation, Modeling, Project management, Publications, SAP, Service oriented architecture, Smart estimation, Smart use case points (SUCP), Smart use cases, Software architecture, Software estimation

This post was originally written to be published as a chapter in an upcoming book on IT architecture. The book will be presented at the Landelijk Architectuur Congres 2009 in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. This post will likely also be published in two parts in Software Release Magazine. Ondanks dat ik inmiddels al zo’n twintig jaar in dit vakgebied rondloop, blijven […]

Follow the white rabbit! Exploring custom software development in Sharepoint

Posted 1 CommentPosted in .NET RIA Services, C#, DevTweet, Publications, SAP, SharePoint, Twitter

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 […]

A novelty! Parallel publications

Posted Posted in Publications

Although I do publish occasionally, I’ve reached a novelty this month. My writings are published in five different printings in parallel: Writing better software faster. Column in SDN Magazine. Highway to hell. DevTweet column with Marianne van Wanrooij in SDN Magazine. Pragmatic model driven development , part II. Article in Software Release Magazine. The bug as feature. Column in Software […]

Agile testen. Vloeken in de kerk? [in Dutch]

Posted 3 CommentsPosted in Publications, SAP, Smart use cases, Testing

This post is published in Software Release Magazine, and in slightly adapted form as an expert opinion on the Computable website. Al sinds jaar en dag houd ik mij bezig met het begrip agile. Mijn team en ik schreven de eerste versie van de agile-methodiek Smart bijvoorbeeld al in 1998, in eerste instantie als extensie voor DSDM. In het afgelopen […]

Writing better software faster

Posted Posted in .Net, ASP.NET, C#, Domain driven design, DSL, Frameworks, Hibernate / nHibernate, Model driven development, Publications, Smart use cases, Software architecture, UML

Published in my Interesting Things column in SDN Magazine, November 2009. Looking back on twenty years of software development, I must have spent most of that time trying to improve the quality and productivity of software development. Ever since I started to write small applications in Turbo Pascal in 1988 I got infected with the writing-better-software-faster virus. Right after I […]

Pragmatic model driven development. Part III. Creating the domain model

Posted Posted in Design patterns, Domain driven design, Model driven development, Publications, Tobago MDA

Note. This series of posts is also published as a Capgemini group white paper and published in Software Release Magazine (in Dutch, in two parts). The next step towards generated code, and other deliverables, is to create the domain model for the project. Next to the smart use cases, that capture the desired behavior, the domain model provides a structural […]

Pragmatic model driven development. Part II. A pragmatic approach

Posted 2 CommentsPosted in Model driven development, Modeling, Publications, Service oriented architecture, Smart use cases, Tobago MDA

  Note. This series of posts is also published as a Capgemini group white paper and published in Software Release Magazine (in Dutch, in two parts). In projects that are executed using the Accelerated Delivery Platform, Capgemini’s open knowledge platform for agile software development, a lightweight, pragmatic approach to model driven development is used. This approach can be expressed in […]

Pragmatic model driven development. Part I. Code generation scenario’s

Posted 2 CommentsPosted in .Net, DSL, Model driven development, Publications, SAP, Service oriented architecture, Software architecture, UML

Note. This series of posts is also published as a Capgemini group white paper and published in Software Release Magazine (in Dutch, in two parts). With the economy at a low point in time, organizations and project are clearly resetting their goals. Long term multimillion projects are being halted, in favor of short, agile projects, with feasible goals and good […]

De bug als feature (in Dutch)

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Anti-patterns, Mysteries of software, Publications, SAP

This column will be pulished in the September 2009 issue of Software Release Magazine (www.release.nl). Eind augustus gleed er een opvallende leaflet in mijn gloednieuwe brievenbus. Een leaflet van McDonalds. Niet dat ik daar normaliter veel acht op sla, maar deze trok mijn onverdeelde aandacht. “Ook Utrecht Leidsche Rijn heeft nu een eigen McDonalds. Uniek in Nederland. het is de […]

Extension methods. The overlooked language feature

Posted Posted in ASP.NET MVC, C#, Design patterns, Extension methods, Frameworks, Publications

This post was published in .NET Magazine. I recently did a talk at the SDC Conference at Papendal, Arnhem, discussing this topic. As you’re probably have been made aware of in abundance, in .Net 3.5 Microsoft introduced a little language feature called LINQ. Although LINQ has been demonstrated at all major and minor conferences, the way LINQ executes queries on […]