I attended Seattle CodeCamp this past weekend. I guess this is one of the advantages of living in Redmond that you have all kinds of geek events interesting events happening in 10 minutes' drive away from my home.
I liked CodeCamp a lot, all of the presentations I visited were interesting. The average amount of people in a talk ranged from 7-8 to 50-60. Here are the highlights that I had a chance to visit.
Hi all, it's me again. For those who don't know me, I'm a tester on the C# IDE team at Microsoft. I already had a blog outside (http://kirillosenkov.blogspot.com), but now I decided to move to blogs.msdn.com, for the sake of consistency with the rest of the team. If you were reading my old blog, you won't miss anything if you switch to this one.
To give the rest of you an idea of what I blog about, here's the list of all my postings from the previous blog:
As you can see, I'm interested in API design, language design, writing clean code, developer tools and architecture. Well, since this post already contains a lot of links, I'll go ahead and list even more random links that I find interesting. BTW I use del.icio.us to accumulate all of my links: http://del.icio.us/KirillOsenkov
Thanks for stopping by! Stay tuned!