After last year’s successful reboot, DDD is back in Reading for its twelfth outing, on Saturday, 10th of June.
Again DDD is free for all to attend, thanks to some great sponsors – and if you would like to be considered, please email email@example.com.
Our aim is to make DDD accessible to all, making it free is key to this but also leaves us limited budget for the nice to haves but we will always try.
I would love to see new speakers and new topics in the DDD line up, so please submit a session. I’m afraid we can’t cover your costs, but so many great speakers have come out of DDD, many of them prized on the International Developer conference circuit.
Session submission has finished and so please vote on which sessions you would like to see @ http://developerdeveloperdeveloper.com/
I look forward to seeing you all in June and we will be announcing more DDD dates at the event
Great day at DDDNorth yesterday, hope everyone enjoyed it. Thanks to all the team who helped during the preparation and on the day.
The slides from Rik Hepworth and my presentation on ‘Living the dream - Real world DevOps with Azure and VSTS’ are up at Github.
We were a late stand in session to cover for a presenter who could not attend on the day. So I hope it was not too much of let down, that we were not the speaker on the agenda, covered a different subject and did not match the title the spell checker converted out session title too. Though ‘Devils with Arms and Cats’ is maybe a good term for DevOps?
As to the grok talk I did at lunchtime on developing VSTS extension with VS Code, there are no slides; but look at these past posts, building VSTS tasks with Powershell and putting a release process around vsts extension development they are on similar subjects.
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
Pleased to say my session on SonarQube has been accepted for DDDNorth. And it seems that registration has opened and closed today, there is a wait list up now
Good to see the DDD events still popular after 10 long years
Voting for DDD North Sessions is now open - http://bit.ly/DDDNorth15Sessions
Vote on what you would like to see at this community conference
DDDNorth is on again this year, back in it’s more northern base of the Sunderland University on the 24th of October
You can submit your session proposal in here
Yesterday was the ever great DDDNorth. Huge thanks to everybody who came,helped, spoke and organised a great event, what a great bunch of people.
I must also thank the University of Leeds for their support in providing accommodation for the event.
A greater bunch of people where the self selecting bunch who came to Iain and my talk “The Internet of Things ,Thought about it? Now try it.”.
Thank you to everybody who came and congratulations to the people who won an Intel Galileo kit.
After feedback we will be running a follow up session in the next few months, I will be posting information on ISS as soon as I can.
Here is the main link for running Windows on Devices
For a sneak peek at ISS
To Help get Windows running on the Galileo Devices
Useful notes on remote shutdown
MQTT on Galileo
If you came I hope you had a great time and I look forward to seeing you at the next event
In a beautiful synchronicity the ALM Rangers DevOps guidance for PowerShell DSC has been release at at the same time as I am doing my DDDNorth session ‘What is Desired State Configuration and how does it help me?’
This Rangers project has been really interesting to work on, and provide much of the core of my session for DDDNorth.
Well worth a look if you want to create your own DSC resources.
This morning DDDNorth’s agenda was published, registration opened and it was full. All within a couple of hours.
Looks like a good event if you managed to get a ticket. Glad I can get in as a speaker, else this mornings meetings would have left me on the waiting list
My DDDNorth session "What is Desired State Configuration and how does it help me?" has been accepted, looking forward to it