Earlier this months (almost 3 weeks ago.. I’m really late in posting this and it’s been a super busy 3 weeks!) I had the privilege of presenting “Coding Naked” at the Dallas Day of .NET.
This was a great conference with a ton of amazing presenters. Hat’s off the Chandler who put the event on, his wife and all of the great volunteers! Here are my slides…
Some favorite highlights:
- Scott Hansleman’s ninja move with Nuget (when the site went down while he was presenting live, he quickly demo’d the offline caching features of Nuget – ninja presenter skillz in action)
- Stephen Bohlen’s full day track (in one day, he did 4 out of 5 talks in a single track – way to bring the awesome!)
- Eric Sowell did a live edit of my blog, that he converted to a mobile friendly, responsive web, css driven layout - It was impressive. I’ll be updating my CSS with his changes soon – more on this to come!
Grab the code from Eric’s GitHub
My talk, Coding Naked, had it’s own interesting twists. A friend of mine driving down from OKC reached out to me ahead of time to make sure that my talk was going to be “mixed company appropriate”.
So, the short answer is that yes.. my talk is perfectly suitable for mixed company.