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So, Campus Days 2014…

Last week I had the opportunity to attend Campus Days 2014 in Copenhagen. A Microsoft hosted conference. In this post I’ll give my feedback on the conference and, in particular, the content. It was my first Campus Days conference, since Campus Days until this year had been focusing more on the DevOps/IT Pro facets.

Upcoming Software Architecture Open Space 2014

This week I have the pleasure of attending the Software Architecture Open Space (SAOS14) conference. I attended this conference in 2012, when it was still located in Århus. At that time it was a two day open space session intensive conference, which was free to attend. And I loved it Last year the conference shifted

Danish Developer Conference 2014 – Aftermath

Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending the annual Danish Developer Conference. And it was actually a pleasure, I’m no just being polite here. When you attend a conference like this, you put down an agenda of expected sessions. You set certain expectations to these sessions. Some times these sessions fulfill, even exceeds, your expectations

Danish Developer Conference 2014

Once again Microsoft has arranged the yearly Danish Developer Conference (DDC). Previous years the venue has been Horsens, but this year they moved the conference to Aarhus. The past two years  they have also had a venue in Copenhagen, to attract the capitals developer force, but this year they seem to focus on the mainland developers(!).

Warm Crocodile Developer Conference 2015

Disclaimer: This is not an Aprils fool. Yesterday I had the pleasure of being announced as speaker for the Warm Crocodile Developer Conference 2015 in Copenhagen. This will be my first major speaker appearance, and I’m very exited and pleased to be given this opportunity. The session will cover some general unit testing approaches, and specifically

Warm Croc Conference – Debriefing

So for the last two days, I had the pleasure of being an attendee at Warm Crocodile Developers Conference. It has indeed been two amazing days. There were a lot new impressions and new friends. In my last post I outlined my expectations to the conference. In this blog post I’ll provide an overview of my

Warm Croc Conference – Expectations

I’ve been so fortunate to receive a ticket for the Warm Crocodile Developer Conference in Copenhagen from my employer d60. The conference is set on January 15th and 16th. The conference is probably the most attractive conference on Danish soil, with respect to the line-up of speakers. To name a few, Scott Hanselman, Udi Dahan, and Greg Young. In this

Danish Developer Conference 2013

The upcoming Danish Developer Conference 2013 (DDC) is my first conference this year. I attended DDC last year, which was the first time that Microsoft Denmark arranged. I thought it was a great success, and delighted to see that Microsoft will setup another round of DDC. This year my employer, d60, will be coffee sponsor and will

AAOSConf 2012 – The Retrospective

Okay, I’ll start this post with the conclusion; the AAOSConf 2012 exceeded my expectations. In a previous post, I outlined my expectations ahead of the AAOSConf 2012. Reviewing these I found that the conference exceeded my expectations. Let my explain this. The venue was at some conference facilities at the University of Århus. There were

Expectations Ahead of AAOSConf 2012

Some time during the Spring I was made aware of this little conference called Agile Architecture Open Space Conference (AAOSConf) by a co-worker. At first I was quite suspicious, but it seemed like an great collection of attendees and the organizer is a old co-worker, whom I know as a serious and hard-working guy. So, why