It’s no secret that attending local or regional user group meetings and events is a great way to keep up-to-date with technology and to network with peers and experts in the field.  The major problem is that it can be difficult to find the time to fit some meetings into a busy work/life schedule.  I try to make it a point to attend at least a few local events each year, and one of those is Austin Code Camp.  I’m planning to present again this year (see my post about Austin CodeCamp 2012) with updated versions of my previous topics. 

If you weren’t able to make it to last year’s event, the Team has you covered!  They recorded several of the sessions and have posted the video presentations online.  Specifically, two of my topics are online and available to view now:

I think the recordings turned out really well, though I’ll admit that you might miss some of the audience interaction by viewing them online.  You can also find more recordings of other presentations from Austin CodeCamp 2011 (which took place on Sept. 10, 2011).  A very special thanks to the crew at for taking the time and effort to record and publish this content!