27 Apr
2009

Next European VAN on 06 May 2009

This time, we’re doing a regular presentation. Mark Nijhof, one of the contributors of FubuMVC, will shed some light on this Front Controller style MVC framework for building web applications. Here are the details: Start Time: Wednesday, May 06, 2009 06:00 PM GMT End Time: Wednesday, May 06, 2009 08:00 PM GMT Attendee URL: http://snipr.com/virtualaltnet […]

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15 Feb
2009

Next European VAN on 25 February 2009

This time,  Sebastien Lambla will enlighten us with a talk about REST and the OpenRasta framework. Again, every geek on this planet is free to attend. Here are the details: Start Time: Wednesday, Feb 25, 2009 07:00 PM GMT End Time: Wednesday, Feb 25, 2009 09:00 PM GMT Attendee URL: http://snipr.com/virtualaltnet (Live Meeting) Colin and […]

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11 Feb
2009

Recording of the First European VAN

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Greg Young did a great job during the first European VAN, talking about Domain-Driven Design and messaging. If you missed it, you can now watch the recording. Greg Young on DDD @ E-VAN 09 Feb 2009 Colin and myself will be posting the details for the next  E-VAN meeting soon.

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2 Feb
2009

European Virtual ALT.NET Meeting Rescheduled

Due to some technical difficulties, we were forced to reschedule the first European VAN meeting. It seems that using Office Live Meeting on a Mac is not a great combination. I guess we don’t have beginners luck :-). For our next try, Greg Young is still kind enough to share his wisdom on Domain-Driven Design […]

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29 Jan
2009

European Virtual ALT.NET Meeting on 02/02/2009

The first ‘official’ virtual ALT.NET meeting for the old continent has been scheduled for next Monday (02/02/2009). For this first one, Greg Young is kind enough to share some of his wisdom regarding Domain-Driven Design. Everyone who believes that he’s geek enough is free to attend, even if you’re not living in Europe. Start Time: […]

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