Talks

Is being a manager right for me by Stephen Haunts at Techorama

Is being a manager right for me by Stephen Haunts at Techorama

As well as being a software developer, leader, Pluralsight author, and book author, I also like to do technical talks at different Dot Net user groups. If you would like me to talk at your user group, please contact me via my contact page.

Upcoming Dates

18th August 2017 – Fun Talk: How to Lead Like an Utter Bastard – PubConf Sydney

17th August 2017 – Hacking Humans: Social Engineering Techniques – NDC Sydney

16th August 2017 -.NET Data Security: Hope is not a strategy – NDC Sydney

30th June 2017 – Scaling Agile in your Organization with the Spotify Model – Derbyshire.NET

16th June 2017 – Scaling Agile in your Organization with the Spotify Model – NDC Oslo

24th May 2017 – What can Rollercoasters Teach us About Software Design – Techorama, Belgium

18th May 2017 – What can Rollercoasters Teach us About Software Design – SDD Conf

17th May 2017 -Product Manufacturing and Writing Better Code – SDD Conf

26th April 2017- Cryptography in .NET – Code Europe : Cracow, Poland

26th January 2017 – Hacking Humans : Social Engineering Techniques – Derbyshire DotNet

19th January 2017 – Hacking Humans : Social Engineering Techniques – NDC London

18th January 2017 – Recording Pluralsight Play by Play  – NDC London

1st October 2016 – Run Your Team Lean and Deliver More – DDD North 2016

10th June 2016- .Net Rocks Live Panel Show – NDC Oslo (Norway)

9th June 2016- Cryptography in .NET – NDC Oslo (Norway)

3rd May 2016- Is Being a Manager Right for Me? – Techorama : Mechelen Belgium

11th April 2016- Cryptography in .NET – Smart Devs : Hereford

1st March 2016 – Cryptography in .NET – DotNet Sheff

25th Feb 2016 – Code Quality and Static Code Analysis – Derbyshire DotNet

15th Jan 2016 – Meet the Author @ the Pluralsight Stand – 4pm – NDC London

15th Jan 2016 – Authoring Openspace @ the Pluralsight Stand – 1pm – NDC London

14th Jan 2016 – Cryptography in .NET – NDC London

24th September 2015 – Cryptography in .NET – Leeds Sharp

8th June 2015 – RabbitMQ with .NET – Smart Devs : Hereford

26th March 2015 – Cryptography in .NET – Derbyshire DotNet

26th January 2015 – Cryptography in .NET – DotNet Notts

Run Your Team Lean and Deliver More – DDD North 2016

Here are the slides to my talk at DDD North 2016 in the UK. The talk about about Lean Manufacturing and it’s influence on software construction. This talk is an abridged version of my Pluralsight course, Lean Software Development Fundamentals.

Cryptography in .NET NDC Oslo Slides

Here are the slides from my talk at NDC Oslo on Cryptography in .NET. You can also grab some Sample Code in C#. If you would like me to do this talk at your user group, then please contact me. I have created a longer version of this talk as a  Pluralsight course.

Code Metrics and Static Code Analysis Talk

Here are the slides from my usergroup talk on Code Metrics and Static Code Analysis. If you would like me to do this talk at your user group, then please contact me.

Cryptography in .NET NDC London Slides

Here are the slides from my talk at NDC on Cryptography in .NET. You can also grab some Sample Code in C#. If you would like me to do this talk at your user group, then please contact me. I have created a longer version of this talk as a  Pluralsight course.

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