Hi, I'm Tim, full time geek, agile developer and bullshit hunter. I'm curious- and creative-minded, eager to search, teach and talk. I'm a French born European child living in Germany. When I'm not at a computer, you'll find me behind a camera, in my running shoes or with my wife and son... never in that order!
I'll be presenting two talks about C# dynamics "Dynamisch und gefährlich? C# Dynamics in freier Wildbahn" and a fist-full of open-source libraries that I cannot live without anymore "Marathon laufen ohne Schuhe, Libs ohne die ich nicht mehr programmieren will". I presented those two talks at various conferences, see the talks page for more info.
I'll be presenting an introduction to my regular expression frenzy (see the series on this blog for more) and the two open source library that it produced: SimpleExpression and MagicExpression.
Oh no! Lazy-Tim has no other talk planned in the next months... but if you think I could/should be speaking somewhere, feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com. A list of all the talks I gave already can be found on the talks page. Additionally, in May 2014 I was accepted as an INETA Speaker. If you'd like me to visit your UserGroup, it's now easier than ever. Let's make it happen!
Report of my experience building a cross platform mobile application using Phonegap and JQueryMobile. The decision process, hitting the performance wall and trying to improve things.
Introduction to the C# 4.0 'dynamic' keyword and the 'DynamicObject'. Presentation of examples and how the dynamics can help design user friendly APIs and improve the flexibility of an architectural design.
Introduction to the content negociation feature of the Nancy open source framework. Description of the problem, presentation of the solution Nancy proposes and its usage in a simple API design.