Out of the Tarpit

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Yesterday Romeu Moura was our guest at DDDBE with an excellent session on complexity in software. His talk “Out of the Tarpit” is a dissection of the paper by Ben Mosely and Peter Marks, written in 2006.

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Yesterday I presented my “Distributed Events” talk at Visug. I had many interesting questions during and after the talk and showed some attendees a few links. Since it might be interesting for other people too I decided to post them here.

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A recap of 2015

A recap of 2015
In the previous years, I spend most of my free time working in our house, not leaving much time for other things. Although I had a great time building up the home for me and my family, I’m happy that most of it is done now and I can enjoy the result of all the hard work. In 2015 I finally had some time for community work and sport. Let’s have a quick look at what happened…

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BuildStuff

BuildStuff is not your typical software conference. It has this special atmosphere, it’s hacker-friendly, topic tolerant & the only conference with a free party and charity poker tournament!

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This sucks!

Whether it’s learning a new programming language, a new source control system, setting up a build server or the newest JavaScript framework, you’ll find yourself unproductive more often than not in the early stage of this process.

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Stijn Volders

I’m an experienced software craftsman and entrepreneur that loves to build customer driven software.

In my spare time I organize meetups for the DDDBE community.


Technical Director
Trive.io


Belgium