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The People vs. NoSQL Databases: Panel Discussion

One of the tracks at goto Aarhus gave NoSQL vendors the chance to talk about their various tools. At the end of the track the various speakers were put on a panel to discuss some of the common issues involving NoSQL. Although I wasn't involved in the track (my talk came a couple of days later) I was involved on the panel.

1 October 2012

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No Silver Bullet Reloaded

Fred Brooks, Martin Fowler, Ricardo Lopez, Aki Namioka, Linda Northrup, David Parnas, Dave Thomas, Steven Fraser, and The Werewolf

The OOPSLA 2007 conference occurred on the 20th anniversary of Fred Brooks's famous paper "No Silver Bullet". So to mark this, we had a retrospective panel, including the Mr Brooks. I was lucky enough to be invited on the panel, although I doubt they expected quite the contribution I ended up making.

October 2007

Modifiability: Or is there Design in Agility

Ian Cartwright, Erik Doernenberg, Dave Farley, Fred George, and Dan North hosted by Martin Fowler

The organizers of QCon London 2007, asked me to do a conference session on modifiability of architecture. I thought that rather than listening to me, the audience might prefer listen to some of the ThoughtWorks architects whose ideas I usually repackage: Dave Farley, Ian Cartwright, Fred George, Erik Doernenberg, and Dan North. InfoQ has now put up a video of session.

March 2007

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Huffpost live panel on "The Brogrammer Effect"

I took part in a 20 minute long panel discussion on the declining participation of women in tech and what we should do about it.

18 September 2013

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