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It’s official. I’m Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies. It’s first time I got this award. I’m truly happy and wanted to thank you:
The award doesn’t mean it’s time to rest. Frankly speaking, it’s quite opposite.
The new year will bring some changes. The very next post will start a series of posts about making event sourcing f unctional. Don’t worry if you don’t know the event sourced approach or functional languages. I’ll start from the very foundations and build up on top of it. This might be not considered as a change, as I had a series about RampUp. This time it’s going to be a true series of well connected entries. If you find it interesting, a few series might appear in here.
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There’s a new activity that I don’t want to talk to much about right now, but it will be a another game changer. It will take place in March and I’ll announce it in two weeks.
It’s time to start a brand new year!
Congratulations :-)by Michał Wieczorek at 2017-01-02 09:55:54 +0000
Congrats / Gratkiby Chaos Engine (@ChaosEngine) at 2017-01-02 12:10:34 +0000
Once again, congrats.by Paweł Łukasik at 2017-01-02 08:03:08 +0000
Congratulations! :)by Rafał Sańda at 2017-01-02 09:35:18 +0000