Michaël Hompus

Information & Communications Technology

Azure Functions Azure PaaS Office 365 Azure Security Machine Learning Bot Framework Application LIfecycle Management Azure Key Vault C# Dynamics 365 Azure CosmosDB Software Architecture Dapr Architecture ML.NET Azure Custom Vision Azure Cognitive Services Azure DevOps Azure .NET ASP.NET Roslyn microservices

Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands

Michaël Hompus

Software Architect | Microsoft MVP

Michaël Hompus is a Software Architect at Info Support.
As Software Architect he is part of several teams, realizing new and innovative solutions, preferable using the Microsoft Cloud.
Michaël has many years of development experience with .NET, Microsoft Azure, Azure DevOps, Office 365 and Dynamics 365.
His passion is to share knowledge, with colleagues, customers, and peers.
Microsoft has recognized his efforts for the community by awarding him a Microsoft MVP award.

Michaël Hompus

Software Architect | Microsoft MVP

Michaël Hompus is Software Architect bij Info Support.
Als Software Architect is hij lid van verschillende teams die nieuwe en innovatieve oplossingen realiseren, bij voorkeur met behulp van de Microsoft Cloud.
Michaël heeft vele jaren ontwikkelervaring met .NET, Microsoft Azure, Azure DevOps, Office 365 en Dynamics 365.
Zijn passie is het delen van kennis, zowel binnen als buiten de organisatie.
Microsoft heeft zijn inzet voor de community erkend met het toewijzen van de Microsoft MVP award.

Current sessions

ARM-wrestling? Use (your) bicep! EN

With the introduction of the Azure Resource Manager in 2014, Microsoft offered a way to describe our desired state of resources in Azure using ARM Templates.

For years, people have struggled with ARM templates: they are too verbose, too hard to write, too hard to read, too hard to learn, a lack of tooling support, etc. Some have switched to writing scripts using PowerShell, Azure CLI or now use third party software like Terraform.

With the introduction of Bicep, Microsoft has delivered a new DSL that should fix our issues with ARM templates, pump up our DevOps experience and slim down our code.

In this session I will show you why bicep might muscle its way into our hearts.

Use your source code to document your application EN NL

As a development team, writing documentation is often not our favorite activity. And keeping it up to date after every code change is a bigger challenge. Developers claim that the source code is the documentation itself, but do your stakeholders agree, do they actually read the code? And does it show how the parts are working together?

What if our source code would be the source of our documentation, for the team and our stakeholders?

In this session we will see how we can utilize Roslyn to generate documentation. Like creating diagrams that display the structure and relationships within an aggregate, or a sequence diagram that displays the flow throughout the application. We will render this using file formats such as PlantUML, Markdown and AsciiDoc.

After this session you will be able to let your source code speak in forms that your team and your stakeholders explain to the operation of your application.

Length: preferable 45-70 mins
Audience: dotnet, c# background helps, not required
Keywords: Documentation, Roslyn, dotnet, C#, DDD

Gebruik je broncode als documentatie voor je stakeholders EN NL

Als ontwikkelteam is het schrijven van documentatie vaak niet onze favoriete activiteit. En het up-to-date houden na elke codewijziging is een nog grotere uitdaging. Ontwikkelaars beweren dat de broncode de documentatie zelf is, maar zijn stakeholders het daarmee eens, lezen ze eigenlijk de code?
Wat als onze broncode de bron van onze documentatie zou zijn, voor het team en onze stakeholders?

In deze sessie gaan we kijken hoe we Roslyn kunnen gebruiken om documentatie te genereren. Denk hierbij aan het maken van diagrammen die de structuur en relaties weergeven binnen een aggregate of een sequence diagram die de flow door de applicatie kan weergeven.

We duiken de code in waarbij we kijken hoe we projecten en solutions kunnen laden, syntax trees kunnen gebruiken om de structuur van onze source code te doorlopen en branching logica detecteren om alternatieve paden vast te leggen. Daarna zullen we deze gegevens weergeven naar andere bestandsindelingen zoals PlantUML, markdown en AsciiDoc.

Na deze sessie ben je in staat je broncode te laten spreken in vormen die je team én je stakeholders de werking van je applicatie haarfijn uitlegt.

Lengte: bij voorkeur 45-70 mins
Publiek: dotnet, c# achtergrond helpt
Keywords: Documentatie, Roslyn, Dotnet, C#, DDD

Postponing architectural choices and start developing first with Dapr EN

When starting a new project, we tend to make a lot of architectural choices when it comes to components like (relational) databases, service busses, and deployment models like cloud and/or on premises. Most of the choices will be based on past experiences and upfront assumptions. But are they part of the right solution to your current challenge?
When you discover it is not the right fit, are you still able to change your code to use the better tool? Or is it now too expensive to change?

What if we could postpone our choices and just can start developing the right solution first and pick the right dependencies when we know which those are, or even keep it open until it is time to launch.

Dapr is a distributed application runtime which promises us we can postpone our decisions until we know what the right decision is. In this session we will discover how that is possible.

Achievement unlocked: use .NET to unlock Xbox achievements EN NL

While playing the movie trivia game "Scene It?" [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scene_It%3F] on my Xbox 360 back in 2007, I had the feeling that with a camera, computer, and some software, it should be much easier to get the correct answers to the questions in the game. But where to start?
Fast forward to today: Now I have lots of tools and frameworks at my disposal so I can use all my programming skills to build that application. To finish those achievements that eluded me for so long.

In this session I will go through the techniques that can be applied. You will see how we can use .NET Core with OpenCV, Azure Custom Vision, ML.NET, Tesseract OCR, and more, to answer every question the game will throw at us.

Achievement unlocked: gebruik .NET om Xbox-achievements te ontgrendelen EN NL

Tijdens het spelen van het film trivia spel "Scene It?"[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scene_It%3F] op mijn Xbox 360 in 2007, had ik het gevoel dat met een camera, computer en wat software het veel gemakkelijker moest zijn om de juiste antwoorden op de quizvragen te krijgen, maar waar te beginnen?
Nu in 2020 zijn er vele tools en frameworks voor handen waarmee ik al mijn programmeervaardigheden kan inzetten om zo'n applicatie te maken. En daarmee de ontbrekende Xbox-achievements te ontgrendelen.

In deze sessie zal ik door de technieken gaan die hiervoor beschikbaar zijn. Je zult zien hoe we .NET Core met OpenCV, Azure Custom Vision, ML.NET, Tesseract OCR, en meer, kunnen gebruiken om elke vraag te beantwoorden die het spel ons zal stellen.

Past and future events

Azure Community Conference 2021

29 Oct 2021 - 31 Oct 2021

Virtual NetCoreConf 2021 - 2

8 Oct 2021 - 10 Oct 2021

The Virtual ML.NET Community Conference 2021

7 May 2021 - 8 May 2021

Future Tech 2021

24 Mar 2021 - 25 Mar 2021

Copenhagen .Net User Group

Postponing architectural choices and start developing first with Dapr
1 Mar 2021

Virtual NetCoreConf 2021

27 Feb 2021 - 28 Feb 2021

Virtual Scottish Summit 2021

22 Feb 2021 - 27 Feb 2021

Domain-Driven Design Europe 2021

4 Feb 2021 - 5 Feb 2021

Techorama Café

Postponing architectural choices and start developing first with Dapr
4 Feb 2021

NDC London 2021

25 Jan 2021 - 29 Jan 2021
London, England, United Kingdom

dotNet OpenSource Days 2020

18 Dec 2020

Digital Architecture Community Meetup

Postponing architectural choices and start developing first with Dapr
1 Dec 2020

Update Now 2020

23 Nov 2020 - 26 Nov 2020
Prague, Hlavní mÄ›sto Praha, Czechia

dotNed User Group Meeting

Achievement unlocked: use .NET to unlock Xbox achievements
22 Oct 2020

.NET Virtual Conference

16 Oct 2020

DDD East Midlands Conference 2020

3 Oct 2020
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom


25 Jan 2020
Veenendaal, Utrecht, Netherlands

Devoxx Belgium 2018

Cloud - War Stories - Azure
12 Nov 2018 - 16 Nov 2018
Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium

WordCamp Nijmegen 2018

Je WordPress site hosten bij Microsoft? Are you serious?
30 Aug 2018 - 1 Sep 2018
Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands

dotNed Saturday 2018

Gebruik Azure Key Vault in je applicaties en zorg dat niemand achter je geheimen komt
25 Jan 2018
Veenendaal, Utrecht, Netherlands


Gebruik Azure Key Vault in je platform en zorg dat niemand achter je geheimen komt
23 Nov 2017
Nieuwegein, Utrecht, Netherlands

Microsoft Tech Days 2017

Gebruik Azure Key Vault in je applicaties en zorg dat niemand achter je geheimen komt
12 Oct 2017 - 13 Oct 2017
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

SharePoint Saturday 2017

Integratie van Microsoft Teams met het Bot Framework en overige Azure diensten
10 Jun 2017
Vianen, Utrecht, Netherlands

dotNed Saturday 2017

Serious Request, Azure als schaalbaar platform
28 Jan 2017
Veenendaal, Utrecht, Netherlands

SharePoint Saturday 2014

Extending SharePoint Online met Windows 8 apps
24 May 2014
Vianen, Utrecht, Netherlands

Microsoft TechDays 2013

Serious Request met Windows Azure
6 Mar 2013 - 8 Mar 2013
The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands