Tag: domain-driven design

Episode 141: Second Life and Mono with Jim Purbrick

Filed in Episodes by on July 27, 2009 1 Comment
Episode 141: Second Life and Mono with Jim Purbrick

In the first part of this episode we discuss a couple of basics about SecondLife (scaling, partitioning, etc). The second part specifically looks at how the dev team tackled a number of interesting problems in the context of executing their own LSL scripting language on top of Mono.

Continue Reading »

Episode 140: Newspeak and Pluggable Types with Gilad Bracha

Filed in Episodes by on July 13, 2009 7 Comments
Episode 140: Newspeak and Pluggable Types with Gilad Bracha

This episode is a conversation with Gilad Bracha about Newspeak, type systems in general and optional/pluggable types in particular. It was recorded during DSL Devcon in the gardens of the Microsoft campus, and thanks to Gilad’s “speaking like a book” way of talking it is published completely unedited 🙂

Continue Reading »

Episode 139: Fearless Change with Linda Rising

Filed in Episodes by on June 30, 2009 5 Comments
Episode 139: Fearless Change with Linda Rising

This episode is once again with Linda Rising, this time on the book she coauthored with Mary Lynn Manns on introducing ideas into organizations. The talk is another one of the SE Radio Live sessions recorded at OOP 2009 – thanks to SIGS Datacom and programme chair Frances Paulisch for making this possible.

Continue Reading »

Episode 138: Learning as a Part of Development with Allan Kelly

Filed in Episodes by on June 15, 2009 15 Comments
Episode 138: Learning as a Part of Development with Allan Kelly

In this episode, Allan shares his insights about how learning is a necessary part of software development. He covers the personal as well as the team and the organizational level and offers practical advice.

Continue Reading »

Episode 137: SQL with Jim Melton

Filed in Episodes by on June 5, 2009 5 Comments
Episode 137: SQL with Jim Melton

In this episode, Arno talks to Jim Melton about the SQL programming language. In addition to covering the concepts and ideas behind SQL, Jim shares stories and insights based on his many years’ experience as SQL specification lead.

Continue Reading »