Speaking at CodeMash 2016 in Sandusky, Ohio
Attending a developer conference is an amazing way to start a new year. I love conferences because it’s where I learn the most. I am a believer of experience driven life and the conferences is the best place where you can learn about other people’s experiences and different cultures. 2016 will start for me with CodeMash, a unique event that will educate developers on current practices, methodologies, and technology trends in a variety of platforms and development languages such as Java, .NET, Ruby, Python and PHP. The conference will be held in Sandusky, Ohio between 5th and 8th of January, 2016. I will be talking about two topics at the conference and both of those talks will be held on the last day of the conference, 8th of January, Friday.
First one is at 08:30 AM: ASP.NET 5: How to Get Your Cheese Back. This is mainly targeted for people who are interested in learning what are the main reasons to adopt ASP.NET 5 and what it will bring to the table. Even if you haven’t done any .NET development before, you will still find a lot of interesting things here as I believe that one of the biggest advantage of the new .NET ecosystem is that there are no big entry barriers for newcommers anymore.
My last talk is going to be on DLM (Database Lifecycle Management), at 11:00 AM: Database Lifecycle Management: Getting it Right. If you are working with an RDBMS in your daily job and want to automate the release process of the changes, you will definitely find something valuable in this talk. I will be mainly giving the examples for SQL Server changes by using DLM Automation Suite tools but this talk is not about tools and SQL Server. It’s all about concepts and challenges of managing the lifecycle of the database schema.
Unfortunately, I will be able to only attend the last two days of the conference but that’s better than nothing. I am so excited about the conference and if you are going to be there, ping me (through Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.) to have a chat and meet. See you there :)