I’m lucky enough to have been allowed to speak at OSCON EU this year, with – as per usual – the awesome Dean “Wrote The Book On Web Performance” Hume (that’s his legal full name, thanks to him having actually written a book on web performance).
OSCON – the Open Source Conference – “celebrates, defines, and demonstrates the best that open source has to offer.” From small businesses to the enterprise, open source is the first choice for engineers around the world, and OSCON is the place to celebrate that.
The workshop we’ll be presenting is Automating Web Performance – first thing on Wednesday morning.
What’s different this year is that .Net is finally open source, so, as long time .net-ers, we felt it was time to spread the .Net love amongst the open source community! I’m really excited for this conference – a different focus (I’m used to almost everyone at the conference talking about a similar thing to me – i.e., web performance optimisation – and the line up at OSCON is exceptionally diverse), a different location (the wonderful city of Amsterdam) and a different format for us (a 90 minute workshop instead of a 40 minute presentation).
We’ll be talking about tech that, although not specific to .Net, can be applied to such web projects – and to pretty much any other tech stack too – in order to reap the benefits of automated web performance optimisation.
It’s going to be a great start to the third day of the conference; if you’re attending, and you’re looking for something fun to start your last day with, then come and sit in with us – you won’t regret it!
If you’re not already attending and I’ve managed to convince you how wrong you are, then perhaps you’d also like to get 25% discount off of your ticket? How does that sound? And a cookie? Just use the code SPEAKER25 when you buy your ticket for that discount, and come find me at the conference for that cookie. *
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