Ayende @ Rahien

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Thinking about doing an NHibernate course in Poland

I am thinking doing a course in Warsaw around the end of October. Before setting out to figure all the details, and with the caveat that this is still very early in the game, etc. I would like to solicit some input from you guys (well, if you are in Poland or nearby.

  • Would you come?
  • What level do you think the course should be?

Comments

Wojciech Pietkiewicz
07/08/2011 10:24 AM by
Wojciech Pietkiewicz

Great news :) I'd like to come, and I think that it should be an intermediate level of NH - there are a lot information on the web for newbies.

Piotr
07/08/2011 10:33 AM by
Piotr

finally:) I hope you organize the course

Kamil Wojciechowski
07/08/2011 10:35 AM by
Kamil Wojciechowski

Level should be intermediate or higher. Can you tell us how much will it cost ?

Pawel Wasilewski
07/08/2011 11:00 AM by
Pawel Wasilewski

Great news I'm comming! I think NHibernate is well known here.

cz
07/08/2011 11:11 AM by
cz

Sounds intersting, i'm interested in some more advanced topics and new features in 3.x.

Michal Chaniewski
07/08/2011 11:25 AM by
Michal Chaniewski

I'd come for sure if I didn't move to London two months ago... but if the date, content and price is right I might come anyway.

I'd like to hear about upper-intermediary to advanced stuff and new features as well.

Maciej
07/08/2011 11:56 AM by
Maciej

I am also interested in attending this course. Intermediary course would work for me also.

dario-g
07/08/2011 12:01 PM by
dario-g

Me too, me too :) Interested in intermediary course.

Enrique
07/08/2011 12:30 PM by
Enrique

Man, you need to come to Argentina

Scooletz
07/08/2011 12:37 PM by
Scooletz

The higher level - the better. Weekend or working day? Will it be a community event or a training?:>

Marcin Daczkowski
07/08/2011 12:57 PM by
Marcin Daczkowski

Me and for sure couple of my colleagues would be happy to come to this training. I agree the level should be at least intermediate and show real life pitfalls that one may encounter working with NHibernate and how to overcome them. Have you already thought about the length of the training?

Ayende Rahien
07/08/2011 02:18 PM by
Ayende Rahien

Kamil, Actual cost is yet to be determined.

Ayende Rahien
07/08/2011 02:20 PM by
Ayende Rahien

Scooletz, Working day, trainging.

Maciej Aniserowicz
07/08/2011 02:20 PM by
Maciej Aniserowicz

Same here - would love to be there. Level: at least intermediate (if people want basics, they should read books and blogs before attending such course).

Mirek
07/08/2011 02:27 PM by
Mirek

1) I would like to come 2) Advanced or maybe intermediate.

Maybe something like common pitfalls and best practices.

By saying advanced I don't mean deep internals of current NHibernate implementation, but rather advanced usage in more complex application

Michal
07/08/2011 02:57 PM by
Michal

I would come!

Intermediate/expert training would be good.

I'm glad to hear that you're planning such! :)

rafek
07/08/2011 02:59 PM by
rafek

Great news Ayende!

Greg
07/08/2011 03:17 PM by
Greg

Great news, of course I will attend. I think the best will be intermediate level. Could you tell us what was inspire you to this great idea ?

Jakub Gutkowski
07/08/2011 03:42 PM by
Jakub Gutkowski

great news. I would be there for sure.

I think intermediate/advanced level would be perfect - fully agree with @Maciej Aniserowicz.

reVis
07/08/2011 05:30 PM by
reVis

What an unexpected and great news... I agree with other commenters. Let's forget about basic topics.

Bartek
07/08/2011 05:33 PM by
Bartek

+1 for intermediate / advanced course and I will do my best to be there

Jacek Spólnik
07/08/2011 06:32 PM by
Jacek Spólnik

it is good to hear that it is possible to learn about NHibernate from you -> +1 for intermediate / advanced

Jakub Binkowski
07/08/2011 06:54 PM by
Jakub Binkowski

It'd be fantastic if you came! +1 for Intermediate/advance

Belvasis
07/08/2011 07:25 PM by
Belvasis

Poland sounds like europe so how about coming to germany too? +1 for Intermediate/advance +1 for an extra RavenDB session

J. Szczurowski
07/08/2011 07:39 PM by
J. Szczurowski

Great idea :) actually if you could choose Poznan I'd be much happier. The session's level should be at least intermediate

Belvasis
07/08/2011 07:58 PM by
Belvasis

If your're coming to europe maybe there is a chance you'll make a stop in germany too? +1 for Intermediate/advance +1 for an extra RavenDB session

Belvasis
07/08/2011 08:28 PM by
Belvasis

Ups double post...sorry :-)

dooh
07/08/2011 09:34 PM by
dooh

Nice to hear you are going to visit us! As many people here I also think course should be intermediate at least

netmajor
07/08/2011 09:37 PM by
netmajor

great news! I will come! +1 for me intermediate

aiker
07/09/2011 04:51 AM by
aiker

For sure i will be there. Level should be at least intermediate.

mgibas
07/09/2011 06:57 AM by
mgibas

Yes, it's really great news- If I'll be in Poland at that moment - I'll be there for sure! Yea, intermediate or something like ninja moves :)

Marcinii
07/09/2011 08:07 AM by
Marcinii

Great idea! And I also think that level should be at least intermediate.

Grzesiek Kolarz
07/09/2011 02:53 PM by
Grzesiek Kolarz

I can't wait to see/meet you in Poland!

Marek Byszewski
07/09/2011 03:42 PM by
Marek Byszewski

+1 for advanced level. A couple of guys from my company would come for sure :)

Tomek
07/09/2011 06:52 PM by
Tomek

That is great news for me! You`re welcome to Warsaw :)

Pawel Lesnikowski
07/10/2011 08:09 AM by
Pawel Lesnikowski

This is very good news.

Definitively should be intermediate or higher + brief summary of best practices in common scenarios.

No deep internals of NHibernate implementation.

What city are you planning to visit? Would it be one day event?

Dawid Rutyna
07/10/2011 08:46 AM by
Dawid Rutyna

Very interested if in Warsaw, intermediate+

eiter
07/10/2011 12:14 PM by
eiter

great news!!

LadyKazik
07/10/2011 05:11 PM by
LadyKazik

Very good idea, Poland is the country of very creative people (that explains "polak potrafi" sentence). We're waiting.

Piotr Kowalczyk
07/10/2011 10:43 PM by
Piotr Kowalczyk
  • I would definitely come
  • intermediate / advanced

Very good news, but actually what made you choose Poland? :)

Bronko
07/11/2011 09:48 AM by
Bronko

Great. Intermediate level is ok. Some discussion could go higher.

Lucas
07/11/2011 12:13 PM by
Lucas

intermediate+ please. we would go for 3 seats (or more...)

Szymon Szylhabel
07/11/2011 12:55 PM by
Szymon Szylhabel

Great news, I would definitely come. intermediate / advanced

Longer
07/11/2011 02:04 PM by
Longer

superb! Would come to get a signature on the book "DSLs in Boo: Domain-Specific Languages in .NET". And personally hear something advanced about NHibernate too :)

Melborp
07/11/2011 04:03 PM by
Melborp

Great news, me + 1. Would come.. intermediate / advanced

Tomasz Wójcik
07/11/2011 07:31 PM by
Tomasz Wójcik

Great news! I think that intermediate+ or advanced level will be best for me (the higher level - the better).

Marek Stój
07/12/2011 05:47 AM by
Marek Stój

Such course in Poland would be awesome. Sign me in! Intermediate level at least.

Szymon
07/12/2011 05:48 AM by
Szymon

Great. Advanced level would be good.

Zonkzen
07/12/2011 10:52 AM by
Zonkzen

Intermediate at least! Will be there!

Rafal
07/12/2011 10:58 AM by
Rafal

Great news :) I'll be there

dodo
07/12/2011 11:02 AM by
dodo

Great news! I would really be interested in more advanced scenarios, but intermediate+ sounds good as well :)

maciejw
07/13/2011 12:36 AM by
maciejw

I'm so excited :) sign me in!

I think course should be at advanced level, why? because all easy and intermediate stuff we have in books and on blogosphere:)

Aam
07/13/2011 07:58 AM by
Aam

It will be great if you announce a list of material which all people who want to take part in this course must know.

marek
07/13/2011 11:38 AM by
marek

Hi,

I would probably come if the level was at least intermediate.

Cheers, Marek

Krzysztof Jeske
07/14/2011 04:56 AM by
Krzysztof Jeske

Great news! Intermediate level and higher would be nice.

wally
07/18/2011 02:59 AM by
wally

awesome!

venedie
07/19/2011 11:05 PM by
venedie

I'm more than welcome to invite you to Gdansk, Poland for such a training. :) It'd be nice if level was around at least intermediate, but with some beginers introduction.

BR, Andrew

Tomasz Gawron
07/20/2011 05:19 AM by
Tomasz Gawron

I'd love to come. I think you'll find that majority of attendees will know their way around NHibernate. What I want to see is a tour around more advanced features and extensibility points like overriding default proxy generation, defining composite user types or implementing cache providers/drivers.

Jarek
07/20/2011 11:54 PM by
Jarek

that would be awesome! +1 for intermediate/advanced

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