dotNetDave Rocks The San Diego .NET User Group: 25th Anniversary of Speaking!

I will be speaking at the San Diego .NET User Group on July 2nd at 6PM. This is my actual 25th anniversary of speaking at user groups and conferences! I hope you will join me for this special meeting. I’m excited to present the session below.

Rock Your Career: How 25 Years of Speaking has Helped My Career and More!

July 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.

This special anniversary session will feature guest speakers. I will have lots of swag to giveaway including software!

Check out the podcast I did on this subject: Special Episode: How Speaking Can Help Your Career with David McCarter

More Info

Voice of Slum
Visiting the Voice of Slum in Delhi, India

I will have copies of my new book Rock Your Code: Code & App Performance to sell at the meeting for $15. ALL profit from the book will be donated to the Voice of Slum in India to help kids get out of the slum. I’ll even throw in some special swag if you buy at the meeting including a dotNetDave custom guitar pick!


Check out my other conferences sessions by going here:

Please tweet your pics to #RockYourCode, I will include them in my video about my session.

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