Ok, after the thing we do not speak about, I feel at least a little more stable.
Just wanted to let you know about two upcoming speaking performances for me.
- Know IT, November 24th, 17.00
- This will an internal performance for people working at Know IT in Sweden, but if you’ve missed it, it’s on Thursday this week.
- Swenug, December 1st, 17.00
- I’ll be making a speaking performance at a SWENUG meeting December 1st. Some would label this as fraternizing with the enemy; I regard it as an opportunity to reach out and explain the problems and what to think of when working with .NET and wanting to deliver valid and accessible code. Anyway, it’s free (I think you need to register, but as far as I know, that’s for free too)!
While I’m very happy and grateful to get these opportunities to “spread the word”, I still find it kind of sad that it’s even neccessary to evangelize about such obvious things as the benefits of CSS, semantic code etc. It’s like having a lecture for some handymen explaining about hammers and they’d go:
– Oooohhhhhh. Nice. People use these nowadays?
One would’ve thought by now that the discussion would be about how to make cutting edge things with these tools, not explaining what they are to begin with.
Anyway… I’m glad for the opportunity, and if you feel like it, I’d be happy if you were to show up December 1st!
Good work, Robert! If I can take a day off from the "should-be-ready-yesterday" project that IÃ‚Â´m working in right now, I will try to show up.
hm.. the code is written out on your presentation-page at swenug..
And yeah, I saw that about their web page… 🙁
I use .Net and am (very much) aware of standards-compliant coding…
Unfortunate it's in STHLM…
Good to hear that you're one of the web standards-aware .NET developers! Then maybe you don't need to attend this seminar. 🙂
I learn new acronym Swenug . I love this blog, or site or whatever, can stop reading.
Thank you, I’m happy to hear that! 🙂