This year at JAOO, I have one thing that I absolutely MUST see: Ayende’s “Object Relational Mapping += 2: More than just data object“.
If you are a .NET person, you probably already know Ayende because of his incredible diligence as a blogger and his (usually pretty bold) opinions.
If you don’t know him, I bet [...]
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 [...]
JAOO Nights have come and gone in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. What we noticed straight away was the difference in the crowd in each of the cities. In Brisbane we held the meeting at the Microsoft Offices, a more casual atmosphere with pizza and beer during the break. The crowd was a 50/50 mix of [...]
“I believe that every .NET developer in the world will be a PowerShell user.” Jeffrey Snover, Microsoft.
When Jeffrey Snover presented PowerShell at JAOO Aarhus 2008, he told us that when he joined Microsoft and told people about his idea to introduce a command line scripting environment to the Microsoft platform of applications, they would question [...]
When I was asked to blog about my plans for JAOO 2008, I quickly realized one thing: I don’t know anything about the tracks this year. Well that’s just typical JAOO. I know I need to be there and the program will unfold later. JAOO awards me both the educational aspect, as well as the [...]
As a member of the Program Committee for JAOO for several years now, I have seen many developments in our field. It always amazes me how some trends burn out quickly as passing fads and some stay, and it is not obvious which lie in which category.
Take Aspect-Oriented Programming, for instance. It was the new [...]