Check out my cyber security presentation from GFIRST 2012…
GFIRST was a 1500-person conference hosted by the Department of Homeland Security. I conducted this presentation in a round-robin fashion with my two partners in crime, Dave Roberts and Jonathan Quigg.
I regularly release all of my presentations on SlideShare.net. To date, my presentations have been viewed over 74,046 times. Today, I thought I’d share my Top 5 List with you:
- Leveraging Rails to Build Facebook Apps
17,622 views (in two versions of the presentation)
- Creating Dynamic Charts with JFreeChart
- Creating a World-Class RESTful Web Services API
- Rails and the Apache SOLR Search Engine
- Creating Custom Charts with Ruby Vector Graphics
My runner-up for the Top 5 List is Killer Business Models, with 3,956 views.
I’m gratified at the level of exposure that SlideShare.net has been able to provide for my 19 released presentations. I look forward to releasing many more presentations online in the future.
This is totally non-technical, but the slides for my short talk on the Titanic are now online. A transcript of the talk content is also available.
My new gem, domain_name_validator, has now passed 1000 downloads at RubyGems.