Now that the book is mostly finished, I have some free time again, which means I’m back in the community! This month, I’ve got two speaking engagements that I’m really looking forward to – one on PowerShell and one on code sharing across platforms.
Cleveland C#/VB.NET SIG – Tuesday, April 26th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
This month, I’ll be speaking on PowerShell and specifically how it relates to developers. Since many developers may have only heard of PowerShell in passing, I’ll briefly give an intro to what the language is, what it looks like, and why a developer would be interested in it. The rest of the presentation will focus on the developer side of things – how to write custom cmdlets and modules and possibly touch on providers, if time allows.
Pittsburgh Code Camp 2011.1 – Saturday, April 30th
I also received confirmation that I’ll be speaking at Pittsburgh Code Camp. This time, I’ll be delivering my talk on developing code for 3 Windows platforms – Browser, Desktop, and Phone. This will cover some tips and tricks for writing minimal code to work across all three platforms.
I hope to see some of you at these events!