As I wrote earlier I presented at the 2014 Dutch Techdays. The session content is now available online. Find it here (Dutch):
Camera resolutions keep increasing, your digital behavior on websites and in apps is collected, images that satellites make get more and more detailed and (research) equipment produces more data. The amount of data that’s being stored keeps increasing. This data often has to be processed to become information. With increasing amounts of data to be processed the need for a Cluster like solution to achieve this within acceptable time grows. With the rise of the Cloud you don’t need to have that Cluster in the basement anymore, but you can leverage the power and capacity of the Cloud. In this session you see how High Performance Computing in Windows Azure can be used to distribute processing tasks to multiple machines in Windows Azure.
Just a small post today: as of September first I joined Betabit (site is in Dutch).
After having had several employers in the last few years, this feels like coming home.
On our way to do nice things…!
As of December first I’ll be joining the ranks of Valid (www.valid.nl – Dutch website). I’m very excited to start over there and I am convinced we will be able to do great stuff together :)
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank BDO (www.bdo.nl – Dutch website) for the past period and wish them all the best with the plans for the future of ‘our’ system.
Update 14 Jan 2011
Valid now has (the beginning of) an English website available: see here.
As you probably know I’ve worked for my own company for quite a while (see my post ‘A new challenge‘ of October first 2008). Because business was good, I had way too little time to keep this blog up to date. Sorry for that…
Since the beginning of this month, that all has changed: I joined BDO (Dutch site) and can now work ‘normal’ hours in stead of ‘I-own-my-own-company-and-have-to-make-every-minute-of-every-day-count’ hours. I’ll probably still be pretty busy, but there’s a difference between busy and busy… ;)
I’ll be keeping you posted about stuff I run into, think about or find interesting. As long as they have anything to do with software development of course… And if you have any suggestions, questions or requests: let me know.
I’m reinstalling my laptop after I got it back from a repair… EMPTY (grrr).
What tools shouldn’t I forget when preparing this laptop to be my development machine? Already have Visual Studio, SQL Management Studio, Office and the Windows Live tools installed… (and of course I have all kinds of tools at hand from my server like DebugView, Reflector and whatnot)
I know it has been a while since my last post, but I’m about to resurface! I’ve played in a musical the entire month of December and (because of that) we were busy getting our company up and running again in the new year. So now I’ll be developing more and I’ll probably have more things to blog about. So keep posted to see more stuff over here…
For now, here are some interesting articles about Microsoft’s Surface:
I’ve been busy the last couple of weeks. Between (the announcements at) all the congresses to follow like PDC and Tech·Ed, all the projects to do, the rehearsal for the musical I’m in in December (Dutch) and the start of our new company (Dutch), I didn’t have a lot of time to blog…
Since we expect things to settle down in the next couple of days, I’m expecting to pick up where I left in a week or so. Hang in there, and if you have any subjects you would like me to blog about or any questions you would like answered: let me know. Oh, and try to keep those subjects and/or questions development related. ;)
PS I’m guessing you know why I didn’t title this post “I’ll be back” :)
As of today, I am no longer working for Avanade. I had a good time over there, but my personal goals changed. I found a new challenge: I started a company with a good friend of mine. We’re still building the website, so the information is not there yet. But it will be soon. So check the website every now and again.
We’re very excited and can’t wait to get started!