This week at DevTeach, I, once again, had the privilege of sitting down with a room full of developers to chat about their professional development, careers, and how Microsoft Canada can help them stay up to speed with what’s going in in the development world. Here’s the story (in presentation format) with all of the links below:
- Technical and career articles written by myself, fellow colleagues, community experts, etc – Canadian Developer Connection blog. Read online or through your RSS reader of choice.
- Take the Canadian Developer Connection content with you offline, access on-demand shows and event sessions online and/or offline – Download the Canadian Developer Connection Windows 8 app or the Canadian Developer Connection Windows Phone app.
- Join over 7000 fellow Canadian developers in conversation, sharing stories, thoughts, asking questions, and getting answers from other developers, community experts, Microsoft experts, and others – Canadian Developer Connection on LinkedIn
- If you prefer connecting through a social network, like the Microsoft Developer Canada on Facebook or @cdndevs on Twitter. We’ll be doing some cool things on Facebook and Twitter in the next little while, so make sure that you don’t miss out on the fun.
- If you prefer connecting through email, subscribe to the MSDN eNews newsletter. Every two weeks you’ll get an email with an editorial; featured content, courses, apps; and upcoming events throughout the country. Keep in mind that if you want to find out things as they happen, Facebook and/or Twitter would be the way to go.
- There are ton of developer events happening across Canada and online. Find out about them as they’re added by subscribing to theCanadian Developer Events hub on Plancast, via RSS, or through various popular calendar applications.
Last but not least, you always have me. Connect with me via Facebook, Twitter, and/or LinkedIn. I’d love to hear what you’re up to and how I can help.