Speaking

I am working to develop my speaking skills as I really enjoy sharing things that I’ve learnt and hopefully helping others. I learn a lot from the many great .NET speakers and hope to do my bit to give back to the community.

Below is the list of past and upcoming speaking engagements. If you have an event or user group that I might be able to attend, please contact me and we’ll see if we can make it happen. I am working to develop more talks that I want to share and as I do, I’ll add the abstracts here.

Upcoming

 

London .NET User Group – 8th August – London, UK

Docker for .NET Developers

Location: Skillsmatter, CodeNode, 10 South Place, London, EC2M 2RB

 

Progressive .NET 2017 – 13th to 15th September 2017 – London, UK

Docker for .NET Developers

Location: Skillsmatter, CodeNode, 10 South Place, London, EC2M 2RB

 

Advanced Developers Conference – 18th to 19th September 2017 – Cologne, Germany

Docker for .NET Developers

Location: Skillsmatter, CodeNode, 10 South Place, London, EC2M 2RB

Past

 

Brighton ALT.NET Show and Tell – 4th April 2017 – Brighton, UK

Coding for the Greater Good with Humanitarian Toolbox

 

Current Talks

Docker for .NET Developers

Length: 45-70 mins (Can be adjusted as necessary)

In this talk Steve will take you on a tour of Docker, a modern application packaging and containerisation technology that .NET developers can now leverage. Steve will share with you the Docker journey that his team are on, exploring their motivations for using Docker. You will learn the core terminology .NET developers need to know to begin working with Docker and explore demos that show how you can start using Docker with your own ASP.NET Core projects. Finally, Steve will demonstrate how he and his team have built a deployment pipeline using Jenkins and explore the AWS EC2 Container Services (ECS) configuration they have created to enable rapid, continuous delivery of their microservices.

Coding for the Greater Good with Humanitarian Toolbox

Length: 20-30 mins

Disaster can strike anyone, anywhere. The Humanitarian Toolbox is an open source initiative to build software for disaster relief – both for the Non-Governmental Organizations that are involved in disaster relief, the citizen volunteers that donate their time to assist during a disaster and the disaster victims themselves. Steve will take you along on the journey of Humanitarian Toolbox and explain how you can help change the world with software.

Speaker Bio

Steve Gordon is a senior software developer based in Brighton, UK. He works for Madgex Ltd developing and supporting their new product portfolio.

Madgex Ltd are a market-leading SaaS provider of Job Board and Course Board platforms, relied upon by the world’s most successful media owners, online recruitment businesses and associations. Steve is passionate about all things .NET related and has worked with ASP.NET for over 15 years. He is currently focused on ASP.NET Core and Docker, learning as much as possible. He enjoys sharing his knowledge through his blog and via talks. Steve is the founder of .NET South East, a Brighton based, .NET User Group.

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