Monthly Archives: January 2008

Keeping in touch with Altnetconf UK

Those of you who can’t attend Altnetconf UK may still want to keep in touch with what we are up to during the day. We have three mechanisms to help you do that: First, Dave Verwer, has set up a … Continue reading 

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Altnetconf UK: Second Batch of Tickets

 Get ’em while you can.  We have also opened a google group for attendees so that you can keep track of timings, etc. You should get an invite when you register.    

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C# Futures, Diminishing Returns, and the Scala Parachute

 A while ago Jeremy Miller posted about C# futures. In response to his own thoughts on what might be required, including mixins for example, he suggested that c# may be approaching the same point, that further changes post C# 3.0 … Continue reading 

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Altnetconf UK: First release of tickets sold out

The first release of tickets for the UK altnetconf were made available yesterday and were snapped up yesterday. Great to see that there is still enough interest in the meme, despite the increase in noise over signal on some … Continue reading 

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Architects: Back to the future?

What does it mean to be an Architect?Last year I attended Microsoft’s Architect Insight Conference here in the UK. One interesting aspect to the conference was asking the community to try and define what an architect was. It proved impossible. … Continue reading 

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