Monthly Archives: October 2007

All aboard the Monorail

Thanks to everyone at NextGenUG for letting me come up to talk about Monorail last night.

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London .NET user group 27th November

The line up is out. I’ll confirm venue details soon. Feel free to sign up. Time 18:30 – 21:30 Office as a development platform with Visual Studio 2008 – Daniel Moth The 2007 Microsoft Office System is extensible like never … Continue reading

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DDD6 registration is now live

Just to let you know that registration for DDD6 is now live. Usually it fills up fast, so you may want to register now. There is a little bit of lag getting the agenda up… soon.

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Uncle Bob on writing acceptance tests

Uncle Bob has posted about the old saw of whether acceptance tests should precede unit tests or vice-versa. He comes down on the side of writing the acceptance tests first, and he follows the XP approach of customers writing the … Continue reading

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DDD6 voting is now open

As I am sure many of you know, the community sets the agenda for DDD6. The proposed sessions are now in and submission is closed. So now it is time to vote on what you want to see on the … Continue reading

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London .NET User Group 25th October

Location: TonyBee Hall Time: 18:30 – 21:30   The Importance of Application SecurityChris Seary ‘Why is application security so important now? Chris will discuss why the onus is on developers to produce secure systems.We’ll look at what hackers can do … Continue reading

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London AltNetConf?

So one positive take from the altnetconf is the suggestion that folks hold their own local altnetconf. Franchising the idea seems to be a good way too avoid accusations of elitism and empower instead. I have been talking about an … Continue reading

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