What will you learn?
For this production we sought out the people who are very active and well known in the social arena:
- Scott Hanselman and Jeff Atwood talk about blogging, writing, and "working your voice free" so people who read your posts hear you loud and clear.
- Jon Skeet joins us to talk about what a Good Question is on StackOverflow - and also how you can gain reputation by providing Good Answers - and edits to Good Questions!
- We venture out to the Portland Area DotNet Users Group (PADNUG) and meet a few developers who have just started going - as well as people who have been there for years.
- While we were there, Scott gave a 10-minute lightning talk on Azure - a great way to get started speaking if you're not a fan of public speaking.
This production is almost 2 hours in length and is the most ambitious effort we've ever put in.
Almost 2 hours of knowledge and sharing!
We put an immense amount of work into this production and I really think you'll enjoy it. You can watch this video FREE at Pluralsight, and if you like, enjoy our another productions like "The Art of Speaking." You get access to thousands of hours of training with a Pluralsight subscription.
I hope you enjoy this show. We poured our hearts into it.
The Perfect Gift for Someone Who Needs a Change
Do you know a new developer, or one who's looking to change/upgrade their career? Buy them a copy of Get Involved! We'll send you a coupon which they can redeem here at our site.
Additional Free Reading
If you're interested in learning more about how to give technical presentations, check out some of Scott's blog posts on these topics over the years.
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