DotNetDevNet: July 2008 Presentations

I rarely present at my home user group (The .NET Developer Network) in Bristol but next month I’m making an exception. On Tuesday 8th July 2008 I’m giving two separate presentations:-
  • How To Give Great Presentations
    Ever wanted to give great presentations at work, user groups, conferences or DDD ? This presentation is for you. It is designed to teach you everything you need to know about making your presentation an excellent presentation. Almost anyone can learn how to give great presentations; it is all a matter of knowing how to choose your subject, how to prepare your presentation, how to give your presentation and what not to do in your presentation. The information provided in this session is the accumulation of tips and tricks of over 20 years of giving and receiving technical presentations, running a technical training company and being the trainer for Borland’s European Train The Trainer programme. No previous experience required.
  • Top 10 Tips For Internationalizing ASP.NET Applications
    The localization model introduced in ASP.NET 2 is effective and easy to learn. On the face of it you select Tools | Generate Local Resources and you’re done. But this process is only effective if you know localization and globalization issues to look for. This session provides a Top Ten list of localization and globalization issues that are specific to ASP.NET applications and shows how to overcome these problems. Without giving too much away a few of the issues covered are localizing images, localizing JavaScript, globalizing regular expressions and preparing aspx and ascx files for effective localization.
These two don’t have much in common but they’re on two of my favourite subjects so it should be a good night. For full details go here.

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Posted by: Guy Smith-Ferrier
Posted on: Monday, June 23, 2008 at 9:45 PM
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