Why you, yes you, should present at conferences 

The best ways to learn are active, whether it’s Deliberate Practice, a proof of concept demo, or teaching someone else, anything is better than passively reading or watching a presentation. And presenting at a conference forces you to distill your learning into the pure essentials, to decide what’s important, where the roadblocks are, and tell … More Why you, yes you, should present at conferences 

Your API sucks : foolish inconsistency

There are many ways that an API can be inconsistent. Different methods can follow different conventions, one method may have different results, or maybe a change introduces inconsistency between versions. Spatial Inconsistency When calling 2 different methods in what appear to be related domains require 2 very different calls and get 2 very different results. … More Your API sucks : foolish inconsistency

DDD Scotland 2016

The DDD Scotland 2016 conference CFP is open, so if you’ve ever wanted to present at a conference, now’s your chance. This is the first conference I presented at, and it’s a friendly, community conference. I notice there’s a Code of Conduct this year, which is a great sign, as other conferences have unfortunately found … More DDD Scotland 2016