Upcoming talks at NDC in Oslo and Poland

Next week, I am heading to Europe for two weeks to give several talks. My first stop is NDC 2009, where I’ll be delivering the following talks:

NDC looks like an amazing event with a great lineup of speakers. I am hoping to be able to attend a few talks so I can soak up all their goodness. All my talks are in one day, so it’s going to be real wild ride!

Next is on to Poland for a 5 city user group tour in: Olsztyn, Toruń, Warszawa, Kraków, Katowice where I’ll be speaking about building extensible apps, or other topics if folks attending would like (comment to this post if you have other topics)

If you are attending NDC or will be in any of the cities mentioned, I look forward to chatting with you about how we can build better software!

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  • ksirg

    Great to hear that you will be in Olsztyn, I can’t wait, see you on Olmug

  • Tom

    I look forward to see you in Poland, good news is it’s getting warm here!

  • Henning

    I’l be attending NDC all three days, and I will probably attend some or all of your talks. Looking forward to it, as I’ve been following your blog for a little while now.

    I’m currently working on a CRM project in silverlight which has been doing it all wrong hehe. We where the first people in the company to use silverlight actively, and therefore we’ve fallen into all the typical traps, such as not using MVVM (yikes!!!). We are now planning to refactor/rewrite the entire client codebase. We will probably scrap the entire thing, and start from scratch. What do you think about that? Would you recommend refactoring a massively and overly complex system, or rewrite the entire thing?

    Thanks
    Henning