Category Archives: Presentations

Presented in Prague

I presented on .NET MAUI For Xamarin.Forms Programmers and Advanced .NET MAUI in Prague last week, and it was great (Prague, not the presentations). All went well, but touring Prague was terrific. The city was founded in the 10th century … Continue reading

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I’ll be speaking at DevIntersections/Angle Brackets

April 13-16, 2014 at JW Marriott Grande Lakes, Orlando Florida I’m thrilled to say that I’ll be speaking at Angle Brackets.  Angle brackets is “a conference for lovers of the Web.”    It has been described as “the conference for those … Continue reading

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A Personal Note – Moving On…

In our industry it is common to have a number of jobs during the course of your career. I’ve benefitted from my experiences at PBS, Citibank, Ziff Davis, AT&T and Microsoft to name just a few. In recent years I’ve … Continue reading

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Yet Another Podcast #102–Top Pluralsight Authors

  In this special round-table edition of Yet Another Podcast, I’m joined by   K. Scott Allen John Papa Julie Lerman Michael Perry Craig Shoemaker Joe Eames Steve Smith A free for all discussion on writing On Line Training courses, … Continue reading

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What’s In Your Laptop Bag?

Last summer I followed Jeff Blankenburg’s lead and asked What’s In Your Computer Bag?, and then I posted what was in my bag at the time.  As I get ready for my trip to Europe and the UK, it seems … Continue reading

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