Imposter Syndrome

This is a quick write-up of my near-impromtu grok talk on Imposter Syndrome I did at DDD East Anglia. Impostor syndrome (also known as impostor phenomenon or fraud syndrome or the impostor experience) is a concept describing individuals who are marked by an inability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed […]

Continuous Delivery @ DDD East Anglia

Here is the slide deck. Here are the links from the slide deck: What is Continuous Delivery? Continuous Delivery Vs. Continuous Deployment The case for Continuous Delivery Whitepaper: Automated Deployment (Octopus Deploy) The Improvement Theme Setting up Code Coverage in Team City The book that was recommended at the end was Continuous Delivery by Jez […]

Continuous Delivery @ Aberdeen Developers .NET User Group

Here are the links from the slide deck: What is Continuous Delivery? Continuous Delivery Vs. Continuous Deployment The case for Continuous Delivery Whitepaper: Automated Deployment (Octopus Deploy) The Improvement Theme Setting up Code Coverage in Team City The book that was recommended at the end was Continuous Delivery by Jez Humble and David Farley.

Feedback from my DDD Scotland Talk on Parallisation

I got my feedback from my DDD Scotland 2011 talk on Parallelisation. I was actually pleasantly surprised. I guess I was being a little too self critical and the talk went over a lot better than I thought it had. Some of the highlights: Good clear samples and demos. Enthusiastic speaker who really knew his […]

Background tasks and application exit

During my talk on Parallelisation at DDD Scotland 2011 I was asked what happens if the application finishes while there were still tasks running. At the time, I was showing the Tasks Within Tasks demo and I showed what happened when the Wait call was removed in the Main method. Since the Wait call was […]