Availability

I am looking to for some interesting opportunities starting from about September or October (right after summer). Which I know is still about a million years away from now. By then I am sure we will have at least 10 more javascript MVC frameworks and Erlang will still rock.

About Programming

A few weeks ago I started an other Twitter account About Programming and the accompanying Facebook Page to bring you programmer insights from influential people (mostly programmers themselves).

CQRS the book

In 2009 I have had the pleasure of spending a 2 day course and many geek beers with Greg Young talking about Domain-Driven Design specifically focussed on Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS).

Follow me on Twitter Google Reader is dead

So they terminated Google Reader; a huge pain because now I have to keep track of my comics in an other way. But I noticed that many subscribers actually use Google Reader heavily. So to them I would like to suggest to follow me on Twitter instead, to receive updates: @MarkNijhof

The Amazon Experiment

This is a post about an Amazon Experiment I executed on the 24th of January. It was mostly for fun, and to see how long it would take Amazon to stop it. My hypothesis was that it would at least take a few days (~3 days) for Amazon to take action.




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