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JetBrains Newest Technical Evangelist

To say that I’m a big fan of JetBrains is a bit of an understatement. I’m always talking about ReSharper, dotTrace, dotCover, dotPeek, TeamCity, and many other JetBrains products in person, on Twitter, on my blog, in talks, … Many … Continue reading 

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December 2-3 London Workshop Update

Forgive the self-promotional interruption, but quick housekeeping note: I’ve asked the company hosting my workshop in London to reduce the price of my 2-day workshop on December 2-3 aimed at tools and techniques technical leads, folks interested in lean, standard … Continue reading 

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London Workshop, December 1-2

UPDATE: The workshop is scheduled for December 2-3. A little housekeeping. I’m doing a two-day workshop I’m doing in London in December (1-2). http://skillsmatter.com/course/design-architecture/towards-a-new-architect I’ll share the experiences and tools I’ve developed as a team lead over the last decade … Continue reading 

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ANN: Patterns Presentation

Where: Microsoft offices in Alpharetta, GAWhen: Monday August 7th 6:00 pmSwag: Yes I will be presenting at the beginning of the meeting on some design patterns, namely some DDD/PEAA design patterns. I won’t get as much into them as I … Continue reading 

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ANN: AOP Presentation

When  : Monday at 6:30Where : New Orleans, LA (Tek Systems in Metairie)Swag   : Lots Aspect Oriented Programming – Aspect Oriented Programming is quickly growing in popularity in many environments. This presentation is an introductory level presentation examining some problems … Continue reading 

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