This past Saturday, October 9, 2010, I had the privilege of speaking at the 10th Richmond Code Camp. I had a blast, and am still blown away by not only how many people attended my 8:45 AM session, but also by the insightful and fantastic questions I was asked.
I've posted the slides in three formats, so I cover all my bases:
I should note that I used Helvetica for most of the presentation, which isn't installed by default on Windows machines, I don't believe. So if you don't have Helvetica, this may look like garbage on your computer. My apologies.
Also, here are the links that were mentioned at the end of the talk:
Thanks so much to the Richmond Code Camp for allowing a first-time speaker to get his feet wet. Thanks as well to the sponsors--including but not limited to Ironworks--for providing a ton of nice swag as well as the space and food.
Should you have any questions or comments about the presentation, please feel free to ask/leave them below!