Speaking Requests

I’m happy to speak at pretty much any developer event. Here are a few topics that I’m talking about at the moment, but if you have a specific topic feel free to ask me, I can present on most C# or JavaScript topics. Contact me at martin dot beeby at microsoft.com

  • The Web on Day 10000 - Video of this talk
  • Visual Studio and Apache Cordova
  • TypeScript
  • Microsoft Bot Framework
  • What’s New in ASP.Net Core
  • Running Apps in Azure
  • What’s New in JavaScript
  • A lap around Roslyn - Project Roslyn now called The Microsoft .net Compiler Platform is a complete renewal of the C# and Visual Basic compilers, exposing them as full fidelity APIs for everyone to use, and providing a great foundation for evolving the tool experience and the languages themselves. In this hour long session Martin Beeby will show you what the new compiler looks like, how to use it and what it’s capable of.

My Bio

First Person:

I’m a Developer Evangelist for Microsoft. Basically this means I spend most of my time talking to developers about new tools, languages and products we’re launching and getting their feedback. This is invaluable in ensuring we create the best products we can and that developers get the most value out of them. While I work across all of our technologies, my particular passion is Web. I regularly speak, blog and about all aspects of Web development and implementation. I’ve written articles for, and been featured in, NET Magazine, Creative Bloq, SitePoint,  ZDNet, the Microsoft Developer Network, and many more.

Third Person Bio:

Martin Beeby works for Microsoft where he talks to developers about HTML5, Windows 10 and the web. Martin has been developing since he was 16 and over the past 17  years has worked on projects with many Major brands Martin has written articles for, and been featured in, NET Magazine, Creative Bloq, SitePoint,  ZDNet, the Microsoft Developer Network, and many more.

Short Bio:

Martin works for Microsoft. He’s been a developer since the late 90s and loves figuring out problems and experimenting with code. Pictures

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Martin has been a web developer since 2000 and now work for Microsoft as a technical evangelist.