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Thank you all for attending my “Applying Domain Driven Design on Asp.net MVC” session. It’s interesting how things went that we got a bit deep into the ASP.NET MVC framework and have achieved the geeky talk goal via covering the other aspects of ASP.NET. Even that this took the entire session, it is nice that it could benefit the attendance. I am not sure whether we can arrange another session for Domain Driven Design fundamentals and combining that in the same project while using the MVC pattern ...
Update Presentation slides and sample are now available. Please click here to find them! Yeah, somehow dotNETwork decided to allow me to show all my psychopath about design and implementation in a session with a very weird long title, “Applying Domain Driven Design on ASP.NET MVC”. Yeah, two unrelated topics. In 2 hours frame, I should be introducing day to day development styles from a different perspective. I had a small talk about the process side of the world. This time we move towards the other ...
The Useless Introduction You Used To :) This post has taken so long to be started in writing. I’ve been busy with many events in my life lately. Suffering from frequent limited internet access lately, and, all this moving between companies thing has been eating me. And yes, I admit, I' have been as tired and more honestly lazy as you expected me to be! Hey, there’s a little warning. This post is not exactly for my usual audience. I’m sorry, but introducing Domain Driven Design is not one of the goals ...
Design Patterns Via C# 3.0 View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: design patterns) Yesterday was my 2 part session about Design Patterns as part of dotNETwork 7th gathering. Thank you all guys for being there, There was so much interesting stuff about the audience. The conversation we all had even before the session starts, the interaction with all parts of the session, and the great questions. Thank you all. You can find the slides for the 2 parts combined in single downloadable ...
“Foundations of Programming, Building Better Software” is a new eBook by Karl Seguin. The book does not say in its introduction that it’s all ALT.NET-ish, it starts by introducing what ALT.NET is, it's goals etc, afterwards, all the topics the book covers are inspired by ALT>NET frequent topics. This includes Domain Driven Design (DDD), Dependency Injection (DI), Object Relational Mapping (ORMs), Mocking, etc… Here’s what Channel9 had to say about it (which is how I originally found it too): Karl ...
Saturday saw me off to Microsoft in Reading for DDD5. The first DDD where I didn't inflict myself on the delegates; unless you got caught in the taxi with me to and from the station. Not preparing any presentations made it much easier to mingle and have a chat with other delegates. It's always impressive to see people giving up a day off to come and see a bunch of real developers talking on such a great range of topics. I was well impressed from a developer from Northern Ireland who I chatted to ...
The premier community .NET developer event is back on 30 June 2007. You can find out details here, and register for the event at the Microsoft events site here. And if you needed an incentive to sign up ... my session hasn't been voted in so it's a Liam free event. Technorati tags: ddd5, ddd ...
Vote for your favourite seesions for DDD5 here and set the agenda yourself. OK, I've got a session in there, but it is very old style programming (Windows services !!!) but there's some great up to date techie talks as well as the more interesting (in my opinion) fundamentals presentations which tend to provide a more personal view to sofware development. Technorati tags: ddd5, ddd ...