For the second time, I will be speaking at the MSCC Developers Conference in Mauritius on April 11th – 13th. I’m very excited about bringing my 25th Anniversary World Tour to this beautiful island country and rock the geeks! I hope to see you there for some learning and fun. I will have swag and software to give away in each of my sessions!
I had a blast speaking and playing guitar for the 500+ geeks at the conference!
This is a video I did from my one day trip where I got to see most of the main island of Mauritius.
I will be doing the sessions below.
Rock Your Career: How 25 Years of Speaking has Helped My Career and More!
2019 marks my 25th year of speaking at conferences, user groups, companies that also includes teaching at a university for almost 20 years. My motivation was to help others coming up in the software engineering world and now as I reflect back, I can see how much speaking and teaching has dramatically helped my career and personal life. Speaking has even lead to being recognized by the Microsoft MVP program as an expert in my field.
In this session I will discuss how I got started, how it led to writing books and training videos and how it lead to speaking in multiple countries. Along the way I will share stories and discuss how you can get started speaking or improve your speaking skills.
Rock Your Code: Code & App Performance for Microsoft .NET ™
The performance of code is always something that is very important. Even more important if your back-end apps are processing tens of thousands of requests per second. In this session I will reveal the do’s and don’ts when it comes to improving code performance. Some code I will show can be up to 98% faster! Reducing memory that your app uses is also very important and will be discussed in detail. The demos in this session will work with the .NET Framework and .NET Core.
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Please tweet your pics to #RockYourCode and #DevConMU, I will include them in my video about my trip.
Photo by: David McCarter – McCarter Photography