On November 3rd, I had the opportunity to give a talk on CoffeeScript at RedDirt.js in Oklahoma City. Some family circumstances kept me from being able to attend the event in person at the last minute–and it looks like I missed some awesome talks–but I was able to pre-record my session and provide that [...]
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of being able to present a session titled “Application Development with HTML5” at Tech Ed in Atlanta, GA. With close to 600 people in the room, I had a fantastic time talking about all of the exciting things happening on the web, and based on feedback I’ve [...]
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 [...]
I know Iӭ biased, but Adnug is just about one of the coolest user groups on the planet. We were over 70 strong on Monday night, and I had a blast talking to the group, and having an in-depth discussion on BDD, Cucumber, et all with Scott Bellware, whom I invited [...]
In the next couple of weeks, I’ll be giving two presentations, one at Houston Tech Fest and another at the Austin .NET User Group. Here are the details for both. If you’re in Houston on October 9th, or Austin on October 11th, come on out and heckle me.
October 9th 2:30 – 3:30 :: [...]
I had a fantastic time as a speaker, attendee and Microsoft guy at the devLink conference in Nashville last week. In addition to having the chance to meet, in person, several of my new teammates who work in the Heartland area, I was also privileged to meet and get to [...]
Note: Cross-posed from Paul Rayner’s Blog.
Last week, I had the opportunity to co-present with IASA Denver chapter president Paul Rayner, at the IASA Austin ITARC Conference. Our presentation was titled “Keeping Architectures Relevant: Using Domain-Driven Design and Emergent Architecture” and is meant to be a helpful introduction to key [...]
I had a great time at IASA Denver last night. My presentation included some great discussion among the group about workflow systems and the various challenges we all face when addressing a “workflow style” problem.IASA Denver is an amazing community and a real example of how a professional group should be run. Many thanks to [...]
The topic: Workflow Systems.
I spoke at the RMTT back in February about Workflow, specifically Windows Workflow 3.5 [...]
Well, the Rocky Mountain Tech Trifecta has come and gone, and I think the event was a big success. There was a great turnout, and some really useful sessions.
I was pleased to have a full house in my WF talk, and I hope that it was a useful time for those that chose to [...]
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