…or your local user group, meetup, or code camp.
Becoming a Speaker
As someone who’s been speaking on technical topics since the late 1990s, I can say with great confidence that there are huge benefits to sharing your knowledge at local code camps and user groups. And if you’re in the greater Washington, DC metro area, I want to encourage you to submit a talk for the Northern Virginia Code Camp, which is coming up on April 30th, 2016. Here are 5 reasons to speak you should consider: Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Speak at NoVA Code Camp!
My thanks to everyone who attended my session at NoVA Code Camp 2015, “Building Services with ASP.NET Web API”. Below you’ll find my slides, as well as a link to the Github repository containing my demo code. Please note that the demo code contains many non-standard naming practices, so I would advise against using it as an example of how to name folders/classes in your Web API.
Continue reading Slides and Code for NoVA Code Camp – Building Services with Web API
I’ve been scheduling a lot of events and classes over the next several months, so I wanted to provide a list for anyone interested in checking out one of my talks. Here’s the current list:
Continue reading Upcoming Talks and Classes
As promised, here’s my deck from this past Saturday’s Northern Virginia Code Camp, from my session on Getting Started with ASP.NET Web API.
Continue reading NoVA Code Camp 2014–Getting Started with ASP.NET Web API
Here are some resources and blog posts from my fellow Technical Evangelists here in East Region:
Continue reading Weekly East Region Roundup: Vol. 9