My write up of an incredible one-day event in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Last night I was speaking at .net Cambridge. Here are my slides and a brief write up.
Last night I spoke in Berlin at the Docker meetups celebration for Dockers 5th birthday. Oracles Customer centre hosted the event, and it was fantastic to see so many people
Last night I spoke at Apple at London DevOps a special one-off event which had myself talking about Serverless application development and Apple talking about their storage system for iCloud.
After a lovely evening in Oslo I took the short flight over to Stockholm to give a talk at Stockholm Blockchain Meetup I gave my a developer primer on blockchain
I spoke about Blockchain at Blockchangers in Oslo, it was a great night, and I hope people liked it, there were lots of questions afterwards and I felt the talk
I spoke a few years ago at the Inaugural International Developers Conference in London and had stayed in contact with Adam who organises these events. He wrote to me after
I often tell people that I pray to the demo gods before a talk, but the reality is, most, of the reasons demos fail can be avoided without the resorting
There are two types of public speakers: Those that get scared and those that lie about getting scared. There is nothing natural about standing in front of a room full
There are five questions you should ask an event or meeting organiser when you are asked to speak. 1, How many delegates? Smaller groups will interrupt you as you speak
You can speak about three words a second. Which means if you are asked to present for 5 minutes then you need to deliver 900 words. One of the best