My second talk for the ANZ Coders virtual conference is now online. “10 unusual tips & tricks for .NET” manages to demonstrate 10 different tips in under 30 minutes.
Source code for the demos is on Github. Over time, I hope to add to this repo as I come across new tips. If you prefer to see something in-person (and with pizza), then come along to the next Adelaide .NET User Group meeting on June 10th, when I’ll be doing an “extended play” version of this talk (and probably by then with a couple of extra tips thrown in to boot!). Register on MeetUp.
My first talk at the ANZ Coders virtual conference titled “Hot Dates” is now online. In it I give an overview of some of the issues you need to deal with when working with dates and times in software.
The resources I referred to at the end are:
If you haven’t heard, there’s a free virtual conference being run later this month – 24-29th of May to be exact. It’s called ANZ Coders.
The format will be 3 sessions each evening. If you’re in Adelaide, it will be from 7.30pm – 9.30pm (or equivalent time elsewhere).
Voting for which sessions are presented is now on (until May 10th).
I’ve nominated a number of sessions – feel free to vote them up if you’d like to see one (or more) of them!
- 10 unusual tips & tricks for .NET
- Hot Dates (dealing with dates and times)
- Hosting PowerShell in your .NET application
- What’s new in PowerShell 5.0
There’s 28 proposals in total, but only 15 will get the nod (5 evenings x 3 sessions = 15!)
Then go register and make time to check out the sessions in a few weeks when they’re presented live!