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Agenda for DDD Scotland 2010

We have finally got all the speakers confirmed and the agenda sorted out for DDD Scotland 2010. Subject to any last minute changes this is is:

Time

Room A (80)

Room B (40)

Room C (40)

Room D (40)

08:45-09:20

Registration

09:20-09:30

Housekeeping

09:30-10:30

HTML 5: The Language of the Cloud (Craig Nicol)

Contractual Obligations: Getting Up and Running with Code Contracts (Barry Carr)

WCF Data Services (Iain Angus)

Team Foundation Server 2010 for Successful Project Management (Martin Hinshelwood)

10:30-10:40

Break

10:40-11:40

Exception Driven Development (Phil Winstanley)

Real World Application Development with Castle Windsor and ASP.NET MVC 2 (Chris Canal)

Get Going with jQuery (George Adamson)

T4 and How it Can Be Used for Code Generation in Visual Studio 2008/2010 (Rob Blackmore)

11:40-12:00

Break

12:00-13:00

Web Standards are Broken, and it’s Getting Worse (Sebastien Lambla)

A Guided Tour of Silverlight 4 (Mike Taulty)

Commercial Software Development Is Easy, Not Going Bust Is the Hard Bit (Liam Westley)

Defensive Programming 101 (Niall Merrigan)

13:00-14:30

Lunch time: Grok Talks

Lunch time:
Local Open Source Incubator

Lunch time: Sponsor talk

Lunch time: Sponsor talk

14:30-15:30

Getting Started with Behaviour-Driven Development Using Cucumber (Steve Sanderson)

Silverlight – Real World Gotchas (Ray Booysen)

What ASP.NET (MVC) Developers Can Learn from Rails (Paul Cowan)

Developments in MultiCode and Concurrent Programming with .NET 4 (Barry Wimlett)

15:30-15:40

Break

15:40-16:40

Real World MVC Architectures (Ian Cooper)

Cloud Coffee – A Year Developing on Windows Azure (Dominic Green)

C# on the iPhone with Monotouch (Chris Hardy)

Domain Specific Languages – What Are They and Why Should You Care? (Mark Dalgarno)

16:40-17:00

Closing

2 thoughts on “Agenda for DDD Scotland 2010

  1. I followed link in email as I registered last year. Could not log in, email address was not registered so couldn’t retrive password (can’t remember creating one before, oh well).I then followed links around and got back to the registration page where I could enter full details without logging in . Page now says “Thank you for registering!” and is branded DDD Scotland.Email thanks me for registering to DDD Reading.

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