My Speaking Schedule - 2012 Edition


My 2012 conference schedule is shaping up nicely. I will visiting a series of conferences, code camps and user groups this year. Last year I didn't do this nearly as much as I was building a failed product. So back to my love of badges and beer. If you have the opportunity to be at any of these great events, do it. I love them all. (Also, if you see me at an event, please stop by and say hello.  As many can attest, I don't bite much.)

Here's the current slate (in chronological order):

Atlanta Code Camp

May 19th, 2012 - Atlanta, GA

  • Mobile Web  Development: Learn to use Responsive Design and Mobile Pages in MVC4 to create great mobile experiences.
  • Debugging the Web: Using the Browser Tools to achieve greatness.

 

Code Stock 2012

June 15-16, 2012 - Knoxville, TN

  • Modern Web Development: Learn the new ecosystem of technologies that make web development sane again.
  • Building Mobile Websites with ASP.NET and HTML5: Learn to use MVC4's Mobile Pages to detect and deliver great mobile pages.

DevLink 2012

August 29-31, 2012 - Chattanooga, TN

  • A Better CSS: Learn to use LESS and SASS to build CSS easier than ever!

header_deBasta 2012

September 17-21, 2012 - Mainz, Germany

  • Modern Web Development: Learn the new ecosystem of technologies that make web development sane again.
  • A Better CSS: Learn to use LESS and SASS to build CSS easier than ever!

WP DevCon

October 22-24, 2012 - San Francisco, CA

  • Getting Started with Windows Phone Development: A workshop that will take you from none to fun in WP development.
  • Top 10 Mistakes Windows Phone Developers Make: I'll go through my least favorite mistakes in app development.
  • Background Agents: Best Practices: Learn how to use background agents without hurting the phone experience.

If you have a conference or code camp you want me to speak about, reach out on the contact page!



Shawn
Shawn Wildermuth
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