The 10% Rule to Presentations

When mentoring new technical speakers, I like to cite what I call "the 10% rule". Think about it like this: If you are presenting on a »

A "Revolution" is Coming

A couple years ago, I was involved in a project called MADExpo, or the Mid-Atlantic Developer Expo. An amazing, dedicated group of people came together and »

Managing Your User Group: Food

Edit: Based off some comments, I've included options for non-lovers of meat. Also added other comments. For a lot of user groups, food depends highly on »

Enable SignalR Logging with One Simple Line

It is easy to think that SignalR works within a black box, but if you are deploying JavaScript clients, here is an EASY trick to learning »

SignalR Transports Explained

When I sit down to talk to people about SignalR, a common discussion we have is around transports and what the difference between them are. While »

Banks, ATMS, and Horrible User Experiences

Note: I'm pretty much going to rant about a bank experience I had. Lessons aren't obvious, but if you're designing something that's pretty dang important... make »