August 15, 2012

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

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.

DevLink 2012 - August 29-31st - Chattanooga TN

This is a low cost event, $100 for three days, and at that price it is a great value.  Full event information can be found on the DevLink site.  I have a total of two presentations focusing on Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 features.  Specifically speaking of Asyc programming and ASP.NET Web Forms enhancements with ASP.NET 4.5.

RedGate SQL in the City - NYC (September 28) and Chicago (October 5)

RedGate software is hosting a number of SQL Server focused events in locations across the US in the months of September and October.  I happen to be speaking at the events in NYC and Chicago on the topic of source controlling your database.  These are free, one-day events and are focused on SQL Server topics.  

I strongly recommend if you are around for any of these events to attend as they will all be great events.  If you happen to be there don't hesitate to stop and say hello if you see me around as well!


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