Stories Tagged with 'Speaking'


AngleBrackets Fall 2013

BX27kRzCAAACnrdI finished up my post-con for AngleBrackets today and am ready to head home. I had a great time and just spectacular attendees who had great questions! If you have a chance to go to AngleBrackets (or it’s sister conference, DevIntersection) make the trip. They’re coming to Orlando this fall!

I had a chance to do two talks and an all-day course. If you attended these, check out the source code and slides (where applicable) below:

I'm Coming to Louisville, KY this Thursday

Are you in the Louisville, KY area this Thursday? I will be! I’ll be at the Louisville .NET Meetup Group talking about Web API..including Web API 2 that was recently released. The details of the event are:

We will meet on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at Adecco's offices at 101 Bullitt Lane. Doors will open at 6:30pm and the presentations will begin sharply at 7:00 pm. Along with a great presentation, we'll have food and raffle prizes. Be sure to RSVP so we know how much food is needed.

A Different Kind of Podcast

c64I am happy to announce that I am starting a podcast. I’ve been thinking about this for a while but I didn’t want to just do another podcast that talked about what is new in software development.

I’ve been listening to the Nerdist Podcast a lot and it gave me an idea. The Nerdist is fun because they talk to a lot of the people I like and often talk about the business more than just plug the latest project. I am interested in these same stories about software luminaries.

Hello World Episode 3: Chris Sells

The third episode of my podcast (“The Hello World Podcast”) is now available. In this episode I had the chance to sit down with Chris at the MVP Summit (which explains the background noise). He is one of my best friends (and my best man at my upcoming wedding).

We talk (as usual) about how he got started. I even learned some things about him. I think you’ll really enjoy this episode:

Atlanta Code Camp 2013: Done!

I want to thank all the attendees, speakers and my compatriots in planning the Atlanta Code Camp. I had a great time helping make this event the best one we've had so far. Some of the numbers:

428 attendees (including speakers and sponsors)

Speak at the Atlanta Code Camp 2013

logo-verticalI've been honored to help put together the Atlanta Code Camp this year. This year's event is happening on August 24th here in Atlanta and we're expecting to have eight tracks covering a mix of developer, designer and some IT professional talks. I've attended this event the past eight or so years and it's always a good time. I decided it was time to help out.

We've now opening our Call for Speakers. If you're an experienced speaker or want to do your first talk – we want you to submit talks to the Atlanta Code Camp. This event has done a great job in helping first time speakers get started with their first talk.

My AngularJS Talk at Atlanta .NET UG

Thanks to all who showed up to see me talk about AngularJS at the recent Atlanta .NET User's Group. At the talk, I wrote the client-side code for an AngularJS app by hand. The slides are pretty thin, but the code includes all the functionality I showed. I promised the slides and code so here they are!

If you have questions about any of this, feel free to comment and I'll help as much as I can!

Silverlight and Line of Business Applications

Url: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/mseventsbmo/view...

In case you didn't catch it, I participated in a webcast called geekSpeak.  This webcast was hosted by Glen Gordon and Chad Brooks. The topic today was "Silverlight and Line of Business Applications". While geekSpeak's usually focus on hands-on examples of creating code, we took a different tact today and discussed the larger topic of where Silverlight fits in the development ecosystem (at least Microsoft's ecosystem).

Join me on GeekSpeak on June 25th, 2008

Url: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.a...

This week, I will be joining Glen Gordon and Chad Brooks for a GeekSpeak webcast. The Webcast starts at 3pm EST (or noon PST) on Wednesday, June 25th, 2008. We will be discussing Silverlight 2 and its use in so called "Line of Business" applications. Please join us and bring your questions.

Speaking at the Atlanta .NET Users Group

Url: http://www.atlantadotnet.org

Next Monday night (July 28th, 2008), i'll be giving the short Q&A session at the Atlanta .NET Users Group.  The topic?  NHibernate's LINQ and ADO.NET Data Services support.  If you're interested in using NHibernate but don't want to give up your LINQ skills, stop by for a listen!

Just Back From the Silverlight 2 Firestarter in NYC

Url: http://blogs.msdn.com/peterlau/archive/2008/08/...

I just got back from the Silverlight 2 Firestarter in New York City. I had a great time. We have a good turn-out and great discussions about the technology. The Microsoft guys that set this up were just great, especially Peter Laudati who organized the whole thing and made my short trip up there really simple and fun.

Wanna Stay Up All Night in Atlanta and Talk Code?

Url: http://www.infusion.com/sleepless

It looks like I'll be speaking at an Atlanta Sleepover next weekend.  On January 19th and 20th, (2008) Infusion.com will be holding their Sleepless event:

Alabama Code Camp Registration Open!

Url: http://alabamacodecamp.com/

Come join me in Huntsville, AL for their code camp.  Registration is now open. I'll be giving four talks that day...whew!

Atlanta Code Camp 2008 Presentation Slides and Demos

As promised here are the slides and demo's from my talks at the Atlanta Code Camp yesterday. It was a great time and I got to see a lot of attendees and speakers who I haven't seen in a while. 

My big embarrassment moment was at the speaker's dinner when I saw David Silverlight and completely forgot who he was (i've met him a number of times).  When I heard he'd just flown in from Florida, I asked him, "Did you fly in with David Silverlight?".  He promptly replied, "In a sense, yes..."  I was so red faced. 

Speaking at the Atlanta Code Camp

Url: http://www.atlantacodecamp.com

This weekend I will be at the Atlanta Code Camp this Saturday. I have four talks and they follow the predictable Silverlight and Data topics. Here are the talks:

Atlanta Code Camp 08!

Url: http://www.atlantacodecamp.com/

Its that time again.  The Atlanta Code Camp is open for registration.  I will certainly be doing a bunch of Silverlight 2 talks (though I am not sure how many yet). If you want a day of fun, learning new technologies and a way to meet the cream of the crop of the Atlanta speakers...register now!

Speaking at DevLink

Url: http://www.devlink.net/Speakers/ShawnWildermuth...

DevLink

I Might Be Speaking at CodeStock

Url: http://codestock.org/Default.aspx

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My Appearances in the 2nd Quarter

Url: http://wildermuth.com/talks

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Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Atlanta

Url: http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/atlanta/defau...

SharePoint Saturday Atlanta

Speaking at DevTeach in June

Url: http://www.devteach.com/

DevTeach

Silverlight Data at Atlanta Code Camp

Url: http://wilderminds.blob.core.windows.net/downloads/AtlCodeCamp2009...

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What I Am Up To...

Shawn Wildermuth

For my loyal readers of this blog, you've probably noticed the blog has had a lot of announcements lately and not a lot of content. That's on purpose.  With the release of Silverlight 3 being scheduled for this Friday, I've been holding back on my Silverlight content until that happens.  So check back this weekend for some, hopefully, interesting discussions!

Sample Code from GGMUG Talk

Url: http://wildermuth.com/talks#Speaking_at_Gwinnet...

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DevTeach is Around the Corner

Url: http://www.devteach.com/

DevTeach


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