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Tulsa TechFest 2007

Last month I had the pleasure of going to Tulsa TechFest for the second time and I have to say that I am more impressed with it this time versus the last time I visited.  The last time I went I was on military leave and I was at Ft. Sill during the time so I came over because my buddy Tim was talking and I hadn't yet seen him give any presentations.  I went back this year to give a presentation on Interface based development, Inversion of Control, and Dependency Injection.  My examples of this were done with Windsor Container from the Castle Project.

While I was there I met a bunch of amazing people and we hung out and frequently had a lot of sidebar conversations.  I would have to say that the conversations were the best part. It's great to meet new people and hang out with them for a couple of days. 

While I was there I did mention that I would get my presentation/code up onto my blog.  I think I am going to do a little better than that.  I am thinking of putting together a presentation with Camtasia and doing a screencast.  I haven't had a chance to do this before, but now that I got my hands on a copy of Camtasia, I want to try it out and see how it works.  I am going to post my code first in case I don't feel good about the screencast. :D 

 

Stay tuned for that.

Print | posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2007 6:03 PM | Filed Under [ Code Personal CastleProject ]

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