I am super happy to announce that DDD North 2019 is Go.
Apologies for the slight false start but DDD North 2019 will be hosted in the fair city of Hull at the University of Hull on the 2nd of March
Submissions for sessions is open now on the DDDNorth site http://www.dddnorth.co.uk/
Please submit a session and build an amazing developer day
I am super happy to announce that DDD North is set to appear on February the 9th in the Sunny Northern City of Hull
The Amazing people at Hull University have arranged the venue and we will be shortly announcing call for sessions and dates for ticket availability.
We had hoped to have DDD this side of Christmas but with such a great opportunity available we felt we could wait a bit
I look forward to seeing a lot of old and new faces at the next DDD
So as there has been some issues with submission, and because we are still keen to drive some Designer sessions to DDD 13, we have decided to extend the submission deadline for 1 week, to the 16th May.
Please take this opportunity to get some great content in there, so we can build the best DDD we can.
Submit here: http://developerdeveloperdeveloper.com/Sessions
Some people have reported issues submitting sessions for DDD. if you do have a problem, please tweet us a message and we will get in touch
DDD is winging its way to Reading in June, We already have some great sessions submitted but it would be great to get even more. If you have something to say we would love to hear it.
Also we are still looking for designer orientated sessions.
If you are a new speaker let us know and we are trying to get some speaker mentoring and presentation training organised before the event to help you shine on the day.
So if you are a new speaker and you are accepted we will contact you to see if you need any assistance.
I look forward to seeing you all in June
I am delighted to announce the DDD site is now live for session submissions! Get in early to make sure you don’t forget. Always a great opportunity to get in front of an enthusiastic crowd.
Please do submit, and we would welcome first-timers. The audience is friendly, and so many speakers, that are now on the international circuit got their start at a DDD event. We hope to be able to do something more to support first-time speakers, so let us know if you fall into that category.
Once again DDD is free for all to attend, thanks to some great sponsors – if you would like to be sponsor DDD, please email email@example.com. Every bit of sponsorship helps make this a great event.
I am delighted to be joining SixPivot, our amazing Australian partner, in taking part in the Safer Cities Summit in Brisbane this week. We are launching tuServ, our award-winning policing solution at the event, into the Australian market, as the first step to taken it global!
I’ll be joined by Faith Rees, SixPivot’s CEO, and I am so excited to share with the Australian public sector the transformation that tuServ makes possible inside an organisation.
The Public Sector Network’s Safer Cities Summit is an Australian based event focused on bringing together key civic safety focussed government stakeholders from around the world to tackle these important challenges. It is tailored towards Australian and international public safety, emergency and disaster response and urban resilience related stakeholders.
After last year’s successful DDD, it will be in Reading for its thirteenth outing, on Saturday, 23th of June.
Once again DDD is free for all to attend, thanks to some great sponsors – if you would like to be sponsor DDD, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As ever I would love to see new speakers and new topics in the DDD line up, so please submit a session, this year for new speakers we will be trying to get support before the event to ensure they are super successful.
Session submission will open soon watch @DeveloperDay for more news
I look forward to seeing you all in June and we will be announcing more DDD dates in the next few weeks
Several years ago, for the launch of Windows Phone 7, we built a game based on work we did on helping teaching AI with .NET.
o7 was born. A great game, and now it is back in glorious UWP for Windows 10.
Try it out and let us know what you think.
Get it here.
Once again I am so very proud to announce I have been selected to continue as a Regional Director for Microsoft for another two years.
The Regional Directors are a truly extraordinary set of individuals and I am humbled every time I’m in their company. Not only for their extraordinary depth of knowledge and level of technical skills, but also for a passion as deep as mine for helping and supporting the community of developers across the world.
For those out there supporting my endeavours for helping the community, thank you.