Konrad Lukasik is an enthusiast of Microsoft technologies in general and .NET in particular. A professional with ten years of commercial experience. Currently works as a Technical Architect at Objectivity (http://www.objectivity.co.uk/) and helps teams deliver high-quality software. He continuously works on making things “as simple as possible, but not simpler”.
I live and work in Wroclaw, Poland. There has been an exceptional number of technical conferences held in my city this year. In addition to a regular SQL Day, we had .NET Developer Days; Infrastructure Days is about to happen (with a possibility of meeting the legendary Uncle Bob). Next year looks just as promising … Read more
Sometimes, in a software development, the level of complexity in part of the project can get to a point where the experienced developers will rethink their strategy. Domain-Driven Design can often help, but if the necessary prerequisites aren't there, it could be that DDD-Lite can help. Konrad Lukasik gives a simple example where some DDD patterns can help to clarify complex logic. … Read more
For the rapid delivery of any software application, there must be an effective configuration management system that is scripted. As the application increases in size it becomes more important that configuration information is kept in one place, without repetition, in version control. How to achieve this in practice? Konrad Lukasik explains a working solution.… Read more
In the course of rescuing a development from 'merge misery', it became increasingly apparent that there were a number of practices for managing branches in the Version Control System that would have reduced the pain and effort of the subsequent merge, and made the dream of continuous delivery come closer to reality. From the experience comes some well-tested ways of making branches and merges a stress-free part of application development.… Read more