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Kansas City Developers Conference (KCDC)

Yesterday I attended KCDC in Kansas City. It was a great time and I had the opportunity to spend time with people much smarter than me. Even with all of the people I already know, I met quite a few new people during the day long conference.

I gave a talk on RoundhousE. If you attended that presentation, the slide deck is here: RoundhousE presentation (right click and save target as...and download or rename the extension to .PPTX). The presentation went really well despite starting off a little slow. I got some good feedback and am definitely going to be considering that over the next few weeks.

If you attended the presentation and are looking for the new feature I demoed (the differ), it’s only in the trunk right now. I will have a release sometime soon with that included. http://code.google.com/p/roundhouse/downloads/list (look for the one after

If you are still reading this and you read “differ” and went “WHAAA?!” – Ya, the diff utility side of RoundhousE is in the trunk. It still needs some polish, and you will need RedGate to use it (others on future releases), but it’s there. Give it a run.

Also, if you are like me and you like NHibernate to generate your sql script, there’s a present for you in the sample project.


Looking forward to next year’s conference.

Print | posted on Sunday, June 20, 2010 10:24 PM | Filed Under [ Personal RoundhousE chucknorris ]


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