This was my second trip to KCDC and first time speaking there. This was my experience for 2017. I quite enjoyed having successes on day 1 of KCDC: workshop day. I spent the first half of my workshop day effectively creating an Electron application, a workshop led by Reverent Geek himself David Neal. David runs […]
This past week marked my first full year conference speaking and I’ve learned a lot. I first spoke at Nebraska.Code(2016) and last week was Nebraska.Code(2017). Though I have been happy with the year, I feel last week I started to achieve some of the goals I set out to. It didn’t come naturally though, it […]
Here are the future events I will be giving. Check out Past Presentations for previous events. If you think a presentation of mine could be leveraged by those in your community to make an impact, contact me at any of the following: Twitter @NicholasTuck or LinkedIn: Nicholas Tuck. None Scheduled. Come back soon!
This is a presentation Katherine Andersen and I have done. See others at Past Presentations. Title Stop Iteration Bait and Switch Abstract Have you ever worked on an agile project where you were pressured to get something out the door? Maybe you were told “it doesn’t have to be perfect,” “this is agile,” or “we will […]
This is a presentation Katherine Andersen and I have done. See others at Past Presentations. Title Something’s Rotten in the State of Quality Abstract Developers, do you really trust QAs when they find a “bug”? QA folks, do you believe that developers have tested their work before they hand it over? You may identify with this […]
This is a presentation Darin Plum and I have done. See others at Past Presentations. Title Danger: Zombie Apocalypse Ahead — How you and your organizations can avoid the inevitable doomsday scenario Abstract Whether it is indeed the Zombie Apocalypse, a game changing technology, the end of a contract, or a revolutionary new language, all […]