I’m going to be speaking at a number of conferences over the next few months:
RESTful Enterprise Development, 30th September, 13.20 – 14.10. JAOO Aarhus runs from September 28th to October 3rd.
Testable Foundations for Service-Oriented Development, 8th October, 14.00 – 14.45. The SOA Symposium is being held over the course of two days, the 7th and 8th of October, at the new Amsterdam Arena, with workshops running from 9th to the 15th October.
AtomPub, 30th October, 15.30 – 16.30. The one-day London Enterprise Web conference is being held at the The Old Sessions House on the west side of Clerkenwell Green.
The RESTful/AtomPub talks are advertised as covering “Atom, AtomPub, caching, URI templates and microformats.” Well, either I’ll have to talk very fast or skip lots of detail to get through such a range of topics: more likely, I’ll be covering off just Atom and AtomPub. “Testable Foundations for Service-Oriented Development” takes as its starting point some of the material I’ve covered in a recent InfoQ article, and goes from there.
I’d also been hoping to speak on SOA and testing at Øredev, but a number of factors have worked against this and taken me across the pond. Happily, my friend Ian Cartwright is taking over speaking duties. Ian is one of the most successful and experienced delivery practitioners at ThoughtWorks, and I’m confident he’ll have a lot of great stuff of his own to say on SOA and testing.