Basta 2021 is still going on, but I have completed my talks for this event. All went well - to varying degrees, since I’m a critical person - and many thanks to those who attended my talks or my workshop!
Here are the links to access online slides, or to download PDF slide documents and source code samples.
Another year, another Basta – but this time it was all online. Second time for me in fact, since I wasn’t able to travel to Germany last September either. But for most other Basta speakers it was the first online-only Basta, and we all hope things can go back to normal in the not too distant future! Meanwhile, many thanks to the organizers for the brilliant organization – everything worked flawlessly for me.
I also thank those who made it to my workshop or one of my presentations. All the important links are below!
This week was Basta week again. As usual, many thanks to all those who attended my workshop and my presentations! If you saw my Microservices talk, you may remember that two technical issues occurred during the talk. I was going to follow up here with explanations, but unfortunately it turned out that there is nothing more to say! I had trouble, in one of my demos, to talk to a service through a message queue, but that was only because I stupidly forgot to pass that service the configuration parameter to actually set it up correctly for the message queue (so it was talking to nothing at all!).
The other problem was that my demo app didn’t correctly update multiple concurrent windows when running on AWS, but I can’t reproduce that issue now and so it seems that the network connection was to blame after all. Here are the links where you can access my slides and samples:
This year’s Basta! Spring was another great conference – thank you very much to all of you who came to my workshop and my presentations! All the sample content and the slides I used in my talks are available online. Here are the links:
Yesterday I presented my talk Being Functional to the London .NET User Group. First of all: thanks to Dylan and Ian and whoever else was involved for organizing this event and inviting me, and to Skills Matter for making their fantastic CodeNode venue available to the group! I had a great time and I believe everybody else did, too 😃
Feel free to get back to me if you have any questions or comments! Here's the download of samples and slides I used during the talk.
Once more it’s been a great conference, thank you all for attending my talks and my workshop! As promised, here are the download links for the slides and samples:
Here are the slides and samples from my presentations and workshops at the recent SDD conference in London: