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DDD South West
Last Saturday (the 23rd of May), I had the privilege of attending DDD South West at Queen’s College in lovely Taunton. The venue was beautiful, the presentations educational and fun, the company convivial and the food plentiful and delicious. I only wish I’d had more sleep and less beer the night before. I had wondered if the presentations would contain a lot of material from DDD7, but as far as I could tell there was no overlap. I attended sessions on the DLR and dynamic languages, jQuery, refactoring, ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 27, 2009 9:09 AM

Oren Eini is coming to Bristol

If you're in the Bristol area and want to hear a real software development pro speak about writing software fit to publish, then get along to the DotNetDevNet .NET user group on Monday the 13th of October.

Oren Eini (a.k.a. Ayende Rahien) is coming to town!

Posted On Tuesday, September 30, 2008 9:42 PM

So much to learn...
I’ve been doing development professionally now for maybe 18 months and my experiences over the last 8 months in an agile shop have made me realise just how much there is to know in the development arena and, more importantly, how much I would like to know in order to be really creative in my job and produce truly excellent software. In my previous job, I used a text editor to write Perl. There was no such thing as unit testing and copying and pasting was viewed as an aid to productivity rather than ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 30, 2008 9:33 PM

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