The fine folks over at Skills Matter are putting on the fourth annual Progressive .Net Tutorials, and if you’ll be anywhere London on September 5th-7th, you should be there. This is an amazing lineup of speakers and topics, and the full details are posted below. £425.00 for 3 days of John Skeet, Sebastien [...]
For the past few months, I’ve been working with folks from various tech communities in Austin—and beyond!—to organize a conference for developers and designers of all backgrounds to come together and talk about the web.
The result: HTML5.tx, coming to Austin, TX on October 8th, 2011.
We have a simple landing [...]
Last week, I had the pleasure of delivering my BDD talk at the second mvcConf. If you’re not aware, mvcConf is a free, online conference run by Eric Hexter, Javier Lozano and Jon Galloway. The first event was held last July, and the second last week on February 8th. I’m [...]
As promised, and a little late, here are my Mind Maps. Thanks for staying on me about these Adnan, I need a little motivation from time to time. Below is a list of the 19 sessions I attended at DevConnections, with a link to each map. Enjoy! If you don’t have MindManager, you have two [...]
I know I’m a bit late in posting this, but I’ve been catching-up and spending time with my wife since I returned from Viva Las Vegas. Better late than never, here are some thoughts on my post-Con session: I had originally intended on attending Dino Esposito’s “A Crash Course in ASP.NET Control Development” session, but [...]
Just finished a session with Michele Leroux Bustamante entitled “10 Essentials for a Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Application.” Good talk. She had a ton of information to cover and didn’t get through everything, but did a good job with the volume of information. I had a feeling that this session was going to be high-level and [...]
I just got finished with a session by Nickolas Landry entitled “From UML to the Visual Studio 2005 Class Designer: New Tools for OOP, CBD and SOA” and I thought I’d post a few thoughts before my next session.
ActiveNick is a great presenter who did a masterful job communicating a ton of information in [...]
After a couple of featherweight sessions in the morning, I got some real treats yesterday afternoon. This was a full day with three sessions in the morning and three in the afternoon, plus Microsoft on trial Unplugged in the evening. My three afternoon sessions were all that I had hoped they would be. Between a [...]
I didn’t mention this is my previous post, but yesterday was “Microsoft Day” at DevConnections and featured all Microsoft Speakers in our sessions. During the morning sessions, while I was feeling that certain topics were being brought up again and again, I was finding myself a bit annoyed at the Microsoft marketing speak that kept [...]
I have a brief break before the final session for the day (AJAX… er, Atlas) and I thought I’d brain dump some things in the free time I have (rather than standing in line for swag… I know, you’re ashamed of me. You’ll get over it.) This morning I attended three sessions that had some [...]
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