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Hey guys, 

Sorry that I've not been updating my blog for quite some time now, as I've been rather busy a work in my ex company. I didn't even have time for my family, not to mention about blogging!

Phew! Luckily I quite and joined this new company (I don't want to disclose too much to avoid any unnecessary troubles, heh!) and I'm thrown into a whole new ground, which I'm requested to really work on enhancing the existing PHP systems, running on Apache and MySQL. That's great! I've been fiddling with them since my polytechnic (college equivalent) time (but never really working on any serious project from scratch). Now then I was given this task right from the beginning, which is a good learning opportunity for me.

Later on, I was told to attend both SharePoint and Spring.NET courses. And right before everything kicks off, I was requested to attend the CIE from Microsoft on SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013. Well, quite a lot of new and cool stuff, but not enough to blow my mind away yet, moreover, the presenter was not given enough time to touch on other new features too (which I seriously think so). 

Then right now I was almost reaching the end of my Sprint.NET course run by VMWare Singapore on the Core Spring.NET, and hopefully it would be beneficial to my work (which one of my colleagues already roll out something based on that). Quite an intensive course, and instructor is really flying through course materials with us, and skipping some not-so-important lab exercises. 

I guess it's time for me to explore and study more on Spring.NET during my free time. Seriously, I didn't find myself absorbing enough stuff for brain digestion later, everything is returned to the instructor after the day. Oh yeah, my instructor is Nik Trevallyn-Jones, not sure any of you know him? I personally find him technically strong and knowledgeable in Spring.NET and other technologies and programming languages. But the stuff is still not so easy for me, due to the 4-day course to cover everything Core Spring.NET. Oh gosh....

How you guys been doing?

Any suggestions on picking up Spring.NET and the implementation of it? 

Do let me know. Right now I'm reading the online and PDF versions of the documentation of Spring.NET ;-)
Posted on Thursday, January 31, 2013 9:18 AM Spring.NET , VMWare , Singapore , Suntec Tower 4 | Back to top

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