I have just completed reading the book 97 things every programmer should know – Collective wisdom from the experts. In this book Kevlin Henney has collected 97 tips from a wide range of well known experts.
Each of the 97 tips are straightforward and only two pages long, this gives you just enough information to get the concept.
The book is easy and fun to read and I also find the book useful and educational. There were several tips in the book that wake my interest and I will for sure look deeper into the subjects.
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NDC 2010 (Norwegian Developer Conference) will take place at Oslo Spectrum June 16-18. I am really looking forward to three days filled with great sessions. NDC 2009 was one of the best conferences I have attended so my expectations for NDC 2010 are very high.
NDC 2010 have seven parallel tracks so it is very difficult to chose what sessions to attend. You might call it a luxury problem, but still it is a problem when trying to decide what to do.
My tentative plan for day one:
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It’s just two weeks until Norwegian Developers Conference (NDC) 2009 are held at Telenor Arena. I’m really looking forward to three days filled with sessions held by great speakers. The two first days have 7 parallel tracks to chose between and 6-7 sessions in each track. The last day have 6 parallel tracks and are called Norwegian Agile Day focusing on agile development and agile development methodology.
I have been looking at the agenda several times and it’s very hard to chose what sessions to attend due to the overall high quality and interesting topics. Below you can see my tentative list of sessions I will attend.
Day 1 (17th June)
- Keynote by Robert C. Martin
- Jump into Windows Presentation Foundation!… and become immediately effective (Tim Huckaby)
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