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What is Alt.NET?. Origins. Not a new idea David Larabee coined “Alt.NET” (April ‘07) Controversial name First conference October 2007, Austin. Anatomy of an Alt.NET developer. Uses what works whilst keeping an eye out for a better way

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origins
Origins
  • Not a new idea
  • David Larabee coined “Alt.NET” (April ‘07)
    • Controversial name
  • First conference October 2007, Austin
anatomy of an alt net developer
Anatomy of an Alt.NET developer
  • Uses what works whilst keeping an eye out for a better way
  • Reaches outside of the mainstream to adopt the best of any community
  • Not content with the status quo
  • Principles and knowledge over tools and APIs
community
Community
  • Self organising, ad-hoc
    • Mailing lists
    • Conferences
    • Blogs
    • IRC
hot topics
Hot topics
  • Inversion of control
  • Test driven development
  • O/R Mapping
  • Agile
  • MVC
  • Domain driven design
  • REST
want to get involved
Want to get involved?
  • altdotnet yahoo group
    • Lively UK contingent
  • London beer night
    • 14th October
    • Free beer!
  • Probable London conference ~Feb 2009
    • Free!
    • Openspaces format