Author Archives: John Teague

Austin Code Camp Schedule

We’ve got an amazing line up of presentations this year.  A lot of great people from the community have volunteered their time to share with the rest of what they’ve learned and what they are passionate about.  With over 40 … Continue reading 

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Austin Code Camp June 9th

The 6th Austin Code Camp will be June 9th, 2012 at St Edward’s Professional Education Center.  It’s lining up to be a great conference already.  200 people have already registered and we have 30 sessions submitted too. You can find … Continue reading 

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A year in review with CQRS

For the past year my team has been building and maintaining and application using CQRS with an Event Store as our persistence model.  I started gathering requirements for this project last January and the team started development in February.  We … Continue reading 

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More tickets available for Pablo’s Fiesta

The conference sold out about a month ago. Since then we released tickets to everyone on the waitlist. We’ve released more tickets, so you don’t have to go on the waitlist right now. I want to make sure that everyone … Continue reading 

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Austin Code Camp Sessions

The list of Austin Code Camp sessions are up. (Except for mine, I submitted late sorry) http://bit.ly/qHQq48 If you haven’t registered for CodeCamp, go here http://bit.ly/jrQ1Qs As always it’s free. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for … Continue reading 

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It’s All About the Conversation

Join us at Los Techies Fiesta Open Space Conference September 30, October 1, & 2. An Open Space conference is really a different experience than the traditional, presentation driven conference.  While both formats are about learning new things, they go … Continue reading 

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Convention Based Filters

Title: Convention Based Filters Not too long ago Joshua Flanagan spoke at the Austin .Net User Group about how the Dovetail crew use conventions to simplify their development process. The approach is simple in concept (of course the devil’s in … Continue reading 

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Bootstrapping Your Application From IronRuby

I think one of the best use cases for IronRuby is to use it as an automation tool and scripting platform for your domain application. The first hurdle I had to make this possible was Bootstrapping the application so that … Continue reading 

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Less Is More

I started a new project this year and part of my responsibilities is gathering requirements and converting them to user stories and acceptance criteria.  It’s been a very interesting experience for me and put me a little out of my … Continue reading 

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Using a Command Execution Style Architecture with a Domain Model

Kyle Baley has an interesting article about how he’s using commands to break up the logic of his application into small manageable pieces. I’m using the same command processor pattern for a project I’ve working on as well.  It’s a … Continue reading 

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