Yearly Archives: 2015

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Software Architecture – Triangle of Knowledge

I am currently watching the course Software Architecture Fundamentals Part 1 by Neal Ford, Mark Richards. I do really love the triangle they used to represent the status of your knowledge. The technical depth is the height of “stuff you know” while… The technical breath is the height of the “stuff you know you don’t know”. […]

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Inclusive Leadership

I have just completed the Inclusive Leadership course on Edx and in this post I’d like to share the keys things you can learn from it. It all start with an interesting TED talk about creating a movement. The biggest lesson…is that leadership is over-glorified. That, yes, it was the shirtless guy who was first, […]

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The Cambridge .NET User Group is born

The Cambridge .NET User Group, a new .NET technical community is born in Cambridge, UK. On 10th February, 2015 we held the inaugural eventĀ Envisioning the Cambridge .NET User GroupĀ and this post want to be a summary for the people who were not able to attend so that everyone is on the same page. I started […]

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Goodbye DotNetToscana

I am a bit sad but it’s time for me to step down as a staff member of DotNetToscana. I co-founded DotNetToscana 7 years ago and since then the community grows a lot (even if honestly not exactly in the direction I wanted). The main reason of my decision, is because I founded a new […]

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