My plans for DDD6

I’ve been looking through the agenda for DDD6 and there is a lot of fantastic sessions there and I’m going to have to make some hard choices on the day. So what appeals to me:

In the first session I’m interested in Oliver Sturm‘s “Business Applications with WPF – The Full Monty” and also Ian Cooper‘s N-Tier applications with LINQ.

In the second session I’ve also got two conflicting sessions that I want to see: Chris Hay‘s “Introduction to Silverlight 1.1 (no pesky javascript in this talk)” and Gary Short‘s “My Favourite Patterns”

The third session is my toughest choice as there are three things I’m quite interested in. The second part of Oliver Sturm’s “Business Applications with WPF – The Full Monty”, Mike Hadlow‘s “Why do I need an Inversion of Control Container?” and Ben Lamb‘s “Being Lazy with Microsoft PowerShell”

After lunch I’m up with my “Question Time on the subject of Recruitment“. The panel includes Barry Dorrans, Sarah Blow, Frank Kerrigan and Karl Lightfoot. I would like to see some of the other sessions at that time, but naturally I’d like you to come and see my session.

Finally, I’d like to see Barry Dorran’s session on “Web Services? We don’t need no web server”. Although, if I don’t feel I can take any more information in I’ll probably end up in “Swaggily Fortunes”

To round it all off I’m sure there will be a geek dinner somewhere – although that’s not been announced yet.


  1. Gary Short says:

    Don’t worry about seeing my talk at DDD6, I’m sure I could be persuaded to deliver it at Scottish Developers Glasgow – I believe the guys who run it are a decent bunch 🙂

  2. Chris Hay says:

    This is the only time I will present this talk in this format.I have a rule that any talk i present for DDD is new and will never be repeated in the same format to another user group.I also expect with changes to the Silverlight 1.1 Refresh, that the Silverlight talks will evolve from their current format.

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