Another DevTeach has come and gone. I had an awesome time. I enjoyed hanging out with old friends and meeting some new ones. I saw a lot of great sessions, but the best part, as always, is the hallway and bar conversations. (No, I still haven’t quite figured out Metastones, even after playing for hours.) I wanted to especially thank everyone involved in the agile track – both presenters and attendees. I have received a lot of positive feedback on the track. Given that I organized the track, I am immensely pleased with its success.

You can download my slides and demos from here or the DevTeach site.

Achieving Persistence Ignorance with NHibernate (2.6 MB)

Taming Software Dependencies with DI and IoC (20.9 MB)

I have started keeping my latest presentations online in Google Code’s Subversion repository.

svn checkout

Take a look in the tags to get the slide deck and demos for a particular event. For example, you’ll find tags/DevTeachToronto2008 contains the version from – surprise, surprise – DevTeach Toronto 2008. If you have any questions or comments on slides, demos, or techniques, please don’t hesitate to email me.

DevTeach is returning to Montreal on December 1 to 5, 2008. I’ll be the Agile Track Tech Chair again. Jean-Rene will be putting out a call for sessions in the near future and you should find the announcement here. If you are interested in speaking in the Agile Track, feel free to email me. If you attended any sessions in the Agile Track and have suggestions for things that you’d like to see again or suggestions for improvement, email me!