The dotNetDave Rocks The Nation Tour will stop in southern California at the SQL Saturday on April 26th. Lets Rock the OC! If you live in the area you need to attend the following session:
Rock Your Technical Interview™
Have you ever not gotten a job because you weren’t prepared for the interview? Would you like a big raise? Do you need motivation to rock your career? I’ve interviewed 100′s of software developers and will share my knowledge on how to survive, what we look for and even divulge some of the secrets we use during the process. This session (62.5% new material for 2014) will include crazy and strange interview stories from engineers just like you! This session includes tips to get you started, working with recruiters, getting prepared, the technical interview and more. You will also learn what is the #1 question you need to ask during an interview, it’s a game changer! Sit close and you just might catch a custom dotNetDave guitar pick or Rock The Nation postcard. Some of some of them will win you free software!
Here’s What People Are Saying About This Session
- Chris S. – I wanted to thank you for your DVD on Technical Interviews. I attended your presentation at Desert Code Camp in 2012 and purchased the DVD. Your guidance on how to handle technical and even non-technical questions gave me great support and confidence going into a round of interviews I had. That confidence translated into performance, as I was able to receive attractive offers from multiple companies, and I was able to make an important move that has been a life-altering, exciting change for me.
- Bill W. – Good information! I had forgotten to study the technical questions, did that this morning and I felt I aced my technical interview just now Thanks Dave!
- GO now!!! Dave is why I have the best job I have ever had!!!
- Daniel I. – Great presentation because you made me realize that I’m not doing enough to better my career! You struck a chord when you said we should keep our resume up-to-date and on-hand at all times. Thanks for helping me realize something I should have been doing a long time ago. Your DVD is very helpful. The fact that you have hiring managers and recruiters giving interviewing tips is great. I’m glad I bought it!
- Ken – Thanks for the great presentations – really enjoyed all your presentations at the code camp, learned a lot about interviewing and gained a lot of insight into how recruiting process works.
You can purchase the DVD for these sessions (AbleForce) for only $15 or purchase online by clicking here.
Shop the "Rock The Nation Tour" store by clicking here. Anyone seen
wearing a t-shirt from the store will win some geeky swag!
All slides and videos can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/dotNetDave and on YouTube.
Wear your favorite concert t-shirt to my sessions and be in the running to win free software!
Carl and Richard chat with David McCarter about what it takes to be successful when you are interviewed for a job. But David goes well beyond just the interview – are you pursuing the right job for you? Are you looking for it the right way? The conversation digs into the value of recruiters and difference between good ones and bad ones. And when it comes to the interview itself, what preparation should you be doing? What are the right answers to classic questions like ‘do you have any questions for us?’ And check out the link below for David’s video on the subject.
I was excited to be interviewed by Carl and Richard. Click here to checkout the podcast. Don’t forget to subscribe to .NET Rocks!
Please take the How Do You Find A Job survey (you could win a free copy of my Rock Your Technical Interview DVD).
You can purchase a DVD for this session (sponsored by AbleForce) for only $15 (credit cards accepted) or purchase online by clicking here.
In this episode of dotNetDave Explains .NET Assemblies. Includes what makes up an assembly, modules, manifest, IL and private vs. shared assemblies and more.
This session will instruct any level of programmer on how to easily use tracing that is built into .NET to log and analyze Exceptions and events that occur during application run-time. This is invaluable to fix bugs that only happen while the application is running. .NET TraceListeners will be discussed in detail along with how to write your own custom TraceListeners. I will also discuss and provide code for my centralized exception/ event logging system that allows applications at customer sites or on multiple servers to log to central database. Developers or technical support personal can then view these entries via an ASP.NET web site.
Join me on April 22nd for 2 hours of coding standards at the San Diego User Group.
Rock Your .NET Coding Standards™
Length: 2 hours
With lots of new material for 2014 (126.190%), this session will guide any level of programmer to greater productivity by providing the information needed to write consistent, maintainable code. Learn about common coding mistakes, defensive programming, writing better types and much, much more. Code tips are included to help you write better, error free applications. You will also find out what ‘Progniant’ is. This session is based on my latest book, David McCarter’s .NET Coding Standards. Sit close and you just might catch a custom dotNetDave guitar pick or Rock The Nation postcard. Some of some of them will win you free software!
We will be playing a game during the session where you can win fabulous prizes!
Please take my Coding Standards Survey before attending this session (you could win a free copy of my Rock Your Code DVD).
You can purchase a DVD for this session (sponsored by ComponentOne) for only $15 (credit cards accepted) or purchase online by clicking here.
Check out the Coding Standards For The Real World webcast I did for SubMain.com.
New to the Microsoft .NET Framework? In this episode you will learn user experience with Visual Studio, .NET release timeline, architecture features and the .NET Framework SDK.
In this session I will show you how I used the Entity Framework Services to design and create an API servicing layer to expose back-end data to partners. We will dive into using the Entity Framework (data layer), WCF Data Services (service layer), T4 templates (business entities), WCF Message Inspectors (security) and more.
In this episode of dotNetDave Explains, proper application architecture is discusses and how the Microsoft .NET Framework of products can be used to create great solutions.