I'm literally stunned by the amount of .NET related vacancies on monsterboard.nl (20 pages). I remember myself checking job sites a few weeks ago where I found only two .NET related vacancies. Pretty cool for the .NET enthusiast!
Today we welcome Waseem Sadiq
(cool name) and Fons Sonnemans
. Grab the OPML file here
which contains all Dutch .Net developers.
Do you consider yourself to be a Dutch .Net developer and want your name on our list
, drop a line firstname.lastname@example.org
celebrates its second anniversary with Christian Weyer
and Ernst Raedecker. The event is hosted by Twice IT Training
which deservers a great thanks!
I’ll be there, will you?
While, here in the .[Net]herlands .Net’s getting more popular by the day, bloggers arise. Grab the OPML file here which contains all Dutch .Net developers.
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I always enjoy agile blogging, something you’d naturally expect from Thoughtworks people. Mike has written down 5 great lessons thus far, describing the key factors to a successful (agile) project.
A thing I really missed in my previous job are daily stand-up meetings. I repeatedly explained the importance of such a meeting to our PM (which is weird in the first place). It was considered to be quit normal to not know what your direct neighbor was up to. So take Mike’s lessons for granted!
The last few weeks I sat in the roller coaster of newishness. New experiences, moved to another city, been the handy-man, have met smart people, did an assessment, did a lot of traveling, quit my job, got hired again, a puppy.
For what am I searching? A question I have repeatedly asked myself for the last month. What is that something that speaks to my deepest thoughts and feelings, something that sets my soul on fire? While I was reading John’s book (that was actually a year ago), I thought about my path, my abilities, my resources, my history and the opportunities lying ahead of me.
When do I start?
For starters, Kitty and I moved in together
and the book that pulled me through the first 3 weeks while sprucing up our new home (I'm a readoholic). In the picture below I used it to keep the shelve out of the way while drilling the hole to put the cables through. Meet Woofer, our new family member .
I quit my job at ObjectAutomation, as if moving in together and that chocolate brown responsibility wasn't enough. For that past 2 years I've worked with great people and was given the opportunity to develop my .NET skills as far as I could possibly take it. It was time to take the next step... I'll start my new job next month.
to Bert: that would be Veldhoven