Monthly Archives: February 2008

The Separated Interface Pattern

I did a quick streaming video today with the Separated Interface design pattern as our topic du jour. I wanted to see if the whiteboard would show up on video and if this was something people thought was valuable. It’s … Continue reading 

Posted in architecture, design, Featured, oo, patterns, video | 3 Comments

The Ten-penny Tour of My Office

Brendan (Chief Nerd Herder at CodeBetter) sent me a nice little gadget, a Nokia N82 hooked up to the Qik video streaming service. With this I’ll be able to assault various people at various events with the real-world questions you … Continue reading 

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Speaking and Conference Schedule

Things are loading up for 2008, so it’s time for everyone’s favorite “where I’ll be over the next six months post.”  Tonight (yeah, tonight) I’m going to be given a very early version of a new talk called Planned Agility?! … Continue reading 

Posted in ALT.NET, Community, conferences, Speaking | 2 Comments

ALT.NET Open Spaces Waiting List and New Ideas…

I’ve received a good chunk of questions and feedback about ALT.NET Open Spaces, Seattle; it sold out pretty quickly. Here’s the good news: if you were on the waiting list there’s a very good chance you got a spot at … Continue reading 

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ALT.NET Open Spaces: Registration is Live!

The title pretty much says it all. Registration is open! If you were contacted by one or more of the organizers, we have a special code for you that lets you bypass general registration. Otherwise it’s limited to the first … Continue reading 

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