Introduced in the 2009 edition, this year’s Microsoft Developer Days is again offering wildcard sessions to anyone who posted a proposal on their Facebook site. Obviously I posted a proposal as well, and partly thanks to the community and partly because there were only eight proposals, my proposal is now available on the DevDays site for voting. Support me by going over here and voting for my session.
You May Also Enjoy
4 minute read
SonarQube always had a bad reputation when it comes to repositories that contain both the front-end as well as the back-end code. Here are two approaches.
February 8, 2021
20 minute read
My personal experiences while working with user stories for gathering, tracking and planning requirements
November 12, 2020
9 minute read
After a discussion with some folks on what being a software architect really means, I decided to capture the many hats you have to wear
October 22, 2020
8 minute read
Given the signs that this working-from-home isn’t going to change for another six months or so, let me share some of the things that have helped me to stay sane
October 13, 2020