Sometimes (more often than not, fortunately enough), things work as they should and one feels the warmth that things done the right way bring.
En fantastisk uge i Oslo til NDC – ”A festival for developers”. Mandag og tirsdag stod den på workshops, og for mit vedkommende lagde jeg ud mandag med Clean Architecture med Robert C. Martin, som går under navnet ”Uncle Bob”, han kom godt omkring arkitektur og SOLID principperne. Robert delte ud af sine synspunkter og pointerede vigtigheden af at være […]
Oslo viser sig fra sin bedste side med strålende sol, smukke piger og dyre øl. På trods af dette vælger vi at spendere hele dagen indendørs mens vi lytter til en ældre herre der øser af sin viden om bla SOLID principperne…
Anonymous delegates, lambdas and their akin are here to stay and make our life easier. Despite being in the framework since day one (well, not in their anonymous incarnation and definitely not in their lambda form) delegates have had some sort of “Cambrian explosion” in their usage since the advent of LINQ. More and more developers have been exposed to […]
It’s been a while since I gave my very exciting (at least for me) talk about CQRS. Some time after I arranged a podcast (aka. ANUGCast) with my colleague Søren, where he let me speak and mumble for long time about my thoughts on the matter. Here you can get both parts (hey, I was unleashed provided material for two podcast): Part 1 Part 2
After some years taking from the community of OSS and not giving back a lot, it has finally happened. My first OSS project has been released. Go on, OSS community, and take something from me and improve the heck out of the project!
… not sure myself, but certainly it is a sneaky creature. I will not talk about all ORMs (as if I could) since I want to exemplify on what gave me grief. I was using Linq2SQL to perform some “simple” queries in an application. I wish not to discuss: whether Linq2SQL is an ORM at all. For me it is […]