Presentations

Presentations

Applying A Methodical Approach to Website Performance Issues

11 Nov

Last week the folks at PostSharp where kind enough to host me for a webinar on website performance.  For those that have attended my various performance talks over the years I'm a firm believer in following a process every time to resolve issues.  In this webinar, I discuss the beginning portions of approaching website performance issues, tips that are helpful for those with existing applications, or even those that are starting fresh.  

tags: Announcements, Performance, Presentations

St. Louis Days of .NET / DevUp Followup

23 Nov

On Saturday November 14th, 2015 I gave three presentations at the St. Louis Days of .NET / DevUp conference. For those in attendance, or for those interested in the topics discussed the presentation materials are all here.

tags: Presentations

Adopting a Performance Focus With Software Development

27 Jan

Over the past few years I have given a number of talks and written multiple blog posts on the topic of performance optimization as it relates to software development.  These postings have been very technical in nature and focus greatly on the problem solving aspects of application performance.  However as I review my presentations one of the most critical aspects of application performance is actually business organization and dedication to application performance.  In this post I would like to review the common approaches that I see within development teams and easy ways for management to encourage positive change to focus more on development.

tags: General Tech, Business, DNN Administration, Performance, Presentations

2014 St. Louis Days of .NET Presentations

17 Nov

This past week I had the pleasure of giving 4 different talks at the fantastic St. Louis Days of .NET event.  This event has become one of my favorite events to attend each and every year.  Well attended, great sessions, and engaged attendees makes for a truly spectacular event.  In this post I'll provide relevant links for materials from each of the talks!

tags: Presentations

A Practical Introduction to .NET Async

24 Mar

I have been speaking quite a bit recently at events about .NET Async and how to use this .NET 4.5 and later language feature in day-to-day code.  Due to popular request I have decided to make the most current version of my presentation materials available for prior attendees, or those curious for a quick example to quickly download.  

tags: .NET 4.5, Presentations

Code PaLOUsa 2013 Presentation Materials

27 Apr

This week I have been at Code PaLOUsa 2013, which has been a truly amazing event.  Over the course of the last two days I have given a total of three sessions on various current .NET development topics.  In this posting you will see all of my presentations materials, they are provided for reference only!  If you have any questions or comments please fee free to reach out in the comments below.

tags: .NET 4.5, Presentations

Southern Fried DNN 2013 Presentation Materials

19 Apr

Last week I was a trainer and a speaker at the Southern Fried DotNetNuke event that was held in Charlotte, NC.  This event was fantastic with a day of optional training on Friday and a series of sessions on Saturday in the format of a regular Code Camp event.  As I promised the attendees of my sessions I would be posting information and assets from these presentations here on this blog.  This posting is an overall aggregate with information on the two sessions and trainings, future blog postings will expand on the information contained within.

tags: DNN, Presentations

Getting Started with DotNetNuke 7.0 Presentation Materials

01 Feb

So I've been promising for years to publish presentation materials after each of my events.  I've been working on so many different ways to handle this, and finally have came up with an easy way to share materials from my events. Thanks to SkyDrive, I can now easily embed the content while doing as much as I can to keep ownership of the content, so here is the first one! I'll be posting a bunch of others as well soon, all will be tagged under "Presentations". 

tags: DNN, Presentations

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

15 Aug

As I am working to get better about making presentation materials available here on this site I've created a new "Presentations" category, and will post slides/materials for each of the events there and very occasionally update messages like this one to note times where I have speaking engagements coming up.  The reason for this post is that I am speaking at three great events in the next 8 weeks or so that I wanted to make sure to bring everyone's attention to. 

tags: Presentations

.NET Gadgeteer First Round Examples and Thoughts

15 Aug

A few weeks ago I gave a presentation at the St. Louis Day of .NET event focused on the use of .NET Gadgeteer.  In this blog posting I am going to share some of the information from that presentation, as well as the slide deck and sample code for everything discussed.  For those that were in attendance, I apologize for the delay in getting this information out here! 

tags: Presentations

Silverlight 4 Intro/Security Presentation

04 Jan

Tonight I gave a presentation to the Dubuque .NET Users Group on the topic of Silverlight 4 Development with a focus on securing services and looking at how you need to analyze a Silverlight Application for security risks.  As promised I'm making available the presentation as well as the two sample applications I created.  I will find a more long-term home for these types of posts/downloads in the upcoming weeks, including posting previous presentation content. 

But for now, click to the detail view for download links.

tags: Presentations

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