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Gill Cleeren     Events | Speaking | telerik     December 4, 2011    

To complete the travelling of 2011, I spent the last week of November touring the entire UK for another user group tour for Telerik (the second one in the UK this year). Telerik is very active in the support of user groups: through the Telerik Insider program, speakers can be requested to go and talk to user groups all over the world, entirely sponsored by Telerik. During the talks, which are deep-dive technical talks, licenses and swag is given to attendees.

This tour brought me in the Northern part of the country, more specifically, I visited a user group in Liverpool, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. At each location, we did 2 sessions. One of these that we “repeated” at each location was an introduction to Windows 8 and WinRT development. This of course triggered a lot of interesting discussion and questions. Each stop also filled their rooms quite well! We were lucky to have good weather (we had, apart from one single rain shower, not a single day of rain in Scotland in the last week of November!) so I made all the cities in place. Also, the weather triggered high show-rates.

I brought home a few things from Scotland, including a cold that is now in its 10th day. This caused me to be delayed in posting all the content. But now, without further delay, here’s all the files (slides and demos) of all talks:

Windows 8 – Windows Runtime: slidesdemos

Liverpool: Building a Windows Phone 7 app from start to finish:
slidesdemos

Newcastle: Silverlight and Azure
slidesdemos

Edinburgh: Building a Windows Phone 7 app from start to finish
slidesdemos

Aberdeen: Silverlight 5 for LOB Development
slidesdemos

I hope you enjoyed it. Thanks for all the user groups for their work!

  Posted on: Sunday, December 04, 2011 11:49:55 PM (Romance Standard Time, UTC+01:00)   |   Comments [0]
         
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