Some quick updates

I know I’ve been remiss in my blog posting duties. Please trust me when I say it’s for good reason and that you’d understand.

I appreciate you sticking with me. In the meantime, here are a few tidbits that you might find worth noting:

Announcing: Zen

Nate Kohari (whom I’d like to call a friend, though I’m not sure he feels the same way, lol) has just announced the coming-out party of a skunk-works project he and his wife Nicole  have been cooking up for quite some time now. It’s a lightweight (but powerful) lean project management system using Kanban. Nate can describe it better, so I’ll let you hear it straight from him:

Zen Home Page:

Nate’s Blog post:

Side note: I’m taking votes for who has more attractive eyewear Nate or Nicole.


Steven Bohlen speaking for VAN on DDD

Zachariah Young wanted me to let ya’ll know that Steven Bohlen (of “Summer of NHibernate” and “Streaking through campus naked” fame) will be presenting about Domain-driven Design at the next VAN (June 10).

The details for attending are here (I suggest you check it out!):

Site note: His “streaking on campus” days are over, to be clear, there will be no streaking at the VAN)


.NET Slackers Article on StructureMap 101

After many broken promises and terrible delays, I finally delivered my first article to the ever patient, polite, and positive Sonu Kapor (one of the organizers of

You can check it out here:

Lifecycle of an open source project