By Therese Hansen | June 16, 2009
Finally the last parts of the tutorial program for JAOO Aarhus 2009 have been put up on the web and they look great! My biggest problem with the schedule is that I can’t decide what to attend.
The always lovely and interesting Linda Rising is giving two tutorials on Oct. 9. One about “Influence strategies for developers” and one about “the Power of Retrospectives“. I have attended tutorials by Linda before and you always get some action points for the monday after, when you return to work – she is very inspiring!
There are as many as three certified ScrumMaster classes with great trainers; Jeff Sutherland, Jens Oestergaard and Gabrielle Benefield. Unfortunately these are two-day-courses, so it is not possible to attend the other tutorials these days if you are to choose one of these classes. A real dilemma.
If you are into .NET there are several nice tutorials. Oren Eini is giving a tutorial on Rhino Mocks, which he is the creator of and Don Syme is talking about F# which he originally designed and implemented. Furthermore Nikhil Kothari will be available to teach you about Silverlight. Don’t miss these people if you are a .NET-developer!
In the language department we have the “Advanced Ruby” tutorial by the always entertaining Sam Aaron and two Erlang tutorials by Francesco Cesarini: “Erlang for programming reliable systems” and “Erlang/OTP System Principles“.
Furthermore I have not even mentioned the tutorials by other it-gurus as Martin Fowler, Neal Ford, Rebecca Parsons, Frank Buschmann, Dan North, Mary Poppendieck, Roman Pichler and lot of other great people… Take a look at the tutorial page yourself and see if there is something you like.2009 JAOO | Tags: .NET, Advanced Ruby, Dan North, Don Syme, F#, Frank Buschmann, Gabrielle Benefield, JAOO, Jeff Sutherland, Jens Østergaard, JRuby, Linda Rising, Martin Fowler, Mary Poppendieck, Michael T. Nygard, Neal Ford, Nikhil Kothari, Ola Bini, Oren Eini, Rebecca Parsons, Release it!, Rhino Mocks, Roman Pichler, Silverlight, Steve Freeman, TDD | No Comments »