Conferences, conferences, conferences

For whatever reason, my schedule always gets crazy in the Fall.

Later this month, I’m giving a presentation on “TDD: More than just testing” at the Lonestar Ruby Conference in Austin, TX. This particular presentation will have very little in common with my presentation of the same name at Scotland on Rails as I will be (attempting to) live code during most of the talk. I did this at DC ALT.NET successfully barring numerous technical mishaps involving the lack of a MiniDisplayPort plug for my laptop. The audience was definitely far more involved when I was live coding versus when I was just a talking head.

In September, Ruby DCamp is back once again! This time, it’s outdoors at Bull Run Park in Centerville, VA with real honest-to-goodness camping–and totally free (if you get a registration code from me which anyone with a legitimate interest in Ruby can with just a request).

Then, in October, I hope to be attending the Simple Design and Testing Conference in Pittsburgh. SD&T is another Open Space event except far more abstract than the Ruby conferences that I attend. I expect that it will draw a different crowd of intelligent folks, making for some different but powerful inspiration.

Posted by evan on Tuesday, August 11, 2009

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