Zen and the Art of Presenting in Malaysia
It's almost over. We're having a great time at TechEd Malaysia.
We've spend a great deal of time with a great many friends, some new, and some old. I've put up a small photo montage of Malaysian Faces.
The Zen of .NET presentation went fabulously. I started out on stage in the Lotus Position and everyone seemed to find it quite funny. As promised, here's a list of the tools I used and some of the code zipped up. Haven't seen the scores yet, but I think the general feeling is one of positivity.
I hope that more people start using tips like "devenv /fs 14" (devenv /fs 8 to revert) and the Zoomin magnifier. I have also decided I'm going to write a new presentation Magnifier Tool in .NET that includes some features I'd like, like auto-positioning. More on this later.
Zen of .NET Tools
- ILDASM.exe comes with the .NET Framework
- Blunck's ieHTTPHeaders for seeing HTTP Headers within an IE Explorer Bar
- Zoomin for making demos easier to see
- Lutz Reoder's Reflector for decompiling code
- Dotfuscator for keeping people from decompiling code!
- Cassini, the tiny .NET Web Service from http://www.asp.net
- Helloworld in C#, C++, C, and IL
When we get back to the states I'll write up some thoughts on culture and doing business "elsewhere."