Thanks to everyone who came to my session at DDDNorth on SonarQube, hope you found it useful. The links to resources for my session are
And you can find my slides on my GitHub repo https://github.com/rfennell/Presentations
In case you had not noticed, our MD and Connected Systems MVP Robert Hogg posted about the new Patterns & Practices Architecture Track he is hosting on Day 1 of the Microsoft Future Decoded event next month in London.
This track is an additional track to the now full Future Decoded. If you are interested in attending then get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org, for the attention of Linda, and she can help you out with a special code (if there are still any left). This code will not only give you access to the excellent p&p track on Day One, but also the Keynotes, so please select Day One when you register!
I am delighted to announce that I am hosting the Azure patterns&practices team in a dedicated invite-only track on Day One of Future Decoded!
I've been pushing to bring the patterns&practices team to the UK for a few years now, and it's excellent that it's finally happening at the Premier UK Microsoft event this November.
We have Christopher Bennage and Masashi Narumoto travelling in from the patterns&practices team in Corp especially for the event. The p&p team demonstrate how to bring together architecture best practices for the diverse Microsoft technologies into a unified and holistic solution. They are passionate about discovering, collecting and encouraging best practices, delighting in software craftmanship, helping developers be successful on Microsoft platforms and bringing joy to engineering software!
I know what you're thinking now, Future Decoded is full, how do I get to attend? Well, if you're interested (and if you're reading this blog it's safe to say you are!), then get in touch with email@example.com, for the attention of Linda, and she can help you out with a special code (if there are any left!!) - this code will not only give you access to the excellent p&p track on Day One, but also the Keynotes, so please select Day One when you register!