OK, if you've never been to TechBash, you may be wondering what it is like. To make this easier for you, we've added a Photo Gallery to our site. Here, you can get a feel for what life is like at TechBash. We provide a relaxed and fun space for you to hang out, network, and learn from the best. Check out the photos that include breakout sessions, keynotes, game night, the attendee lounge, and more. Sorry though, no waterpark pictures. If you want to see the slides, check out the Kalahari website.
Are you interested in speaking at TechBash 2019? Our call for speakers is now open. We expect TechBash 2019 to have 5 breakout rooms and will have about 70 total sessions, depending on the talks received and audience size. You may submit as many talks as you like, but we recommend no more than five. Most TechBash speakers will be asked to present one or two sessions.
TechBash is a 3-day event (Wed/Thu/Fri) with an optional day of full-day workshops on Tuesday.
If you're interested in submitting one or more sessions, visit https://sessionize.com/techbash2019/.
Topic suggestions include, but are not limited to:
- Front-End Web Development (Angular, React, Vue, Aurelia, Ember)
- Back-End Web Development (Node.js, ASP.NET Core)
- Mobile Development (Native and Cross-Platform)
- Development Tools and Frameworks (npm, Bootstrap, .NET Core, VS Code, CLIs & More)
- Bots and AI
Cloud Infrastructure & Development
- Private Cloud
- Microsoft Azure
- Google Cloud
- Build Tools, Version Control
- Tools & Monitoring
- Containers & Virtualization
Requirements & Methodologies
- Unit Testing
- Functional Testing
- Code Reviews
- Requirements / User Stories
- Software Architecture
- Presentations & Storytelling
- Coaching & Team Building
- Conflict Resolution
- Self Awareness
- Problem Solving
Database & Enterprise Solutions
- SQL Server
All speakers must agree to the TechBash Code of Conduct to be accepted to speak.
For more details, please be sure to check out the Sessionize page at https://sessionize.com/techbash2019/.
As the TechBash team prepares for the next big event (Nov 12-15, 2019), we've put together a new website. We hope the new site makes it easy for you to find all the info you need about TechBash.
We've tweaked our styles and colors and tried to make it easier on the eyes. We've also got a news section now, so we will be able to post content there regularly. We look forward to keeping everyone up to date on all the happenings for TechBash.
Speakers who submit talks for TechBash will notice that we have switched over to use a 3rd party service to manage all of that - Sessionize.com. They seem to do a pretty good job with submissions, ranking, and schedule building. If you aren't familiar, we suggest you check it out.
And if you are interested to know, we built this site with a framework called cloudscribe. The framework provides some great features out of the box so we didn't need to write the admin sections, authentication, logging, etc. And it includes a blogging tool that we use for news, plus a small and simple content management system (CMS) that allows us to edit content live on the site without needing to update source code, commit, build and deploy. So that's nice.
Even after we go live, we hope to keep adding features and sections to the site to make it easier for you to learn about TechBash.
TechBash 2018 was an awesome event! We had a ton of great content, some of which was recorded. So, if you couldn't make it to the Poconos last fall, you can still see some of the great sessions. Or, maybe you were at TechBash but missed out on these talks? Whatever the case, we've got the content for you!
Which sessions can you watch? Here is a list with links:
- 2018 Keynote with Scott Hunter
- Jeff Fritz presents: .NET Framework Improvements, Tips, and Tricks
- Jeremy Clark presents: I'll Get Back to You: Task, Await, and Asynchronous Methods
- Jonathan "J" Tower presents: ASP.NET Core's Built-in Dependency Injection Framework
- Bill Wolff presents: Visual Studio Code and SQL Operations Studio
- Anoop Kumar presents: Introduction to Docker
- Santosh Hari presents: Serverless & Schemaless with Azure Functions and CosmosDB
- Jeremy Clark presents: Learn to Love Lambdas
- Bill Wolff presents: React vs Angular vs Vue
- Stephen Bohlen presents: AI for the Masses - Microsoft Cognitive Services
- Richard Taylor presents: Raising the Value of Your Unit Tests
- Paul Yuknewicz presents: Five Azure services every developer should know
- Jeremy Likness presents: Say Yes to NoSQL for the .NET SQL Developer
Want to binge watch them all? Check out a playlist of all the sessions that were recorded at TechBash 2018, or save it to watch later with your team.
In addition to these great talks, check out the video testimonials from attendees and speakers. Here's a playlist of our 2018 testimonials.
If you enjoy this content, we hope you'll make it out to the Kalahari Resort for the next TechBash on Nov 12-15, 2019.