Utah Fall Code Camp 2011

The Utah Fall Code Camp 2011 is coming up and I’ve proposed a number of talks and volunteered to present some that didn’t yet have speakers. If any of these sessions sound interesting to you, please visit the Utah Code Camp web site and vote for them.

  • Open Source Development Track: Recursive Descent Parsers with Boost.Spirit
  • Microsoft Development Track: Powering Managed Applications with the GPU and SlimDX
  • Architecture Track: High Performance C++, or How to Make Friends With the Cache

The following talks already existed but had no speaker yet, so I volunteered to give them:

  • Mobile Development Track: Push Notifications and Tiles for Windows Phone
  • Mobile Development Track: Game Development for the Windows Phone 7.5

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Utah Fall Code Camp on Sept. 25th, 2010

Utah Fall Code Camp on September 25th, 2010. I’ve submitted several sessions to the organizers: one on using DirectWrite in C# with SlimDX, an enhanced version of my talk on internet enabled applications for Windows Phone 7 and an updated version of the “You Can Test Anything!” session that Zhon Johansens and I delivered at AgileRoots 2010.

SlimDX Presentation on August 13th, 2009

I’ll be presenting a talk on SlimDX at the Utah .NET User Group meeting for August, 2009.

The Utah .Net User Group meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 6:00 PM. Meetings are held at Neumont University in the South Jordan area about 20 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. If you are traveling on I-15: exit on 106th south, head west, and they are right on the left hand side of the road in the grey 4-story buildings right there on the 3rd floor.

Utah .NET User Group meetings are free and open to everyone. Pizza and soda is usually provided free!