This is an exciting time! I'm completely ditching my old website, and starting from scratch with this new one. The most recent SoCal Code Camp was this past weekend, during which I had the privilege of giving my very first presentation as a developer. I'd done it a number of times before back in my days of being a Mac tech, but never in the realm of software development. While I hope to make it infinitely smoother in the future, I am hopeful that the attendees were able to get some good nuggets of useful and applicable information on debugging tips & tricks. The highlight of the talk was really a "gentle as possible" introduction to aspect oriented programming (AOP -- specifically using the free version of the PostSharp AOP framework), which is not exactly a gentle topic. It's something I had never even heard of until I'd been developing software for years!
I think that I will be expanding the AOP part of this talk into one focusing not so much on debugging, but on AOP itself, since it really can be so phenomenally useful and powerful! If you're the curious type, I do have the slides posted up on slideshare, but be warned... Most of the juicy good stuff was in the code demos, which I'm afraid are not really part of the slides... So if the slides look tempting at all, make sure to come to the next code camp!
Jon Bachelor: This geek goes all the way to 11.