Every once in a while, I toddle on over to SlideShare, where I post most of my presentations, and just check to see how many views my presentations have had.
This time, I was gratified to see that I’ve crossed one of those significant boundaries. My presentations have been viewed more than one hundred thousand times.
My all-time Top Ten presentations are listed below:
- Building Facebook Apps
- Creating Dynamic Charts with JFreeChart
- Creating a World-Class RESTful Web Services API
- 21st Century Writer
- Social Networking: The Next Weapon Against Bad Actors
- Rails and the Apache SOLR Search Engine
- Elevator Up, Please!
- Creating Killer Business Models
- Creating Custom Charts Using Ruby Vector Graphics
- Implementing OpenID for Your Social Networking Web Site
I’m interested in diverse subjects, but it was nevertheless interesting to see that the Top Ten included a cross-section of presentations corresponding to my interests, and not just any one particularly popular category. So my Top Ten list included presentations on Ruby/Rails, Java, Cyber Security, Writing and Science.
To date, my presentations on Slideshare.net have generated more than 82K page views. Check out the link, or go to this site’s Presentations page to find out more about my online content.
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.
According to Slideshare, my uploaded presentations have been viewed more than 62 thousand times. This is awesome!
I’m working with Jonathan Quigg on a new talk, “Security Strategies With a SOLR and Rails.” We last spoke together at the GFIRST Cyber Security Conference in Atlanta, GA. This topic seems like a good follow-up to my “Rails and the Apache SOLR Search Engine’ talk from RubyNation 2012.
Just finished my first dry run of my GFIRST 2012 talk, “Social Networking: The Next Weapon Against Bad Actors,” with co-presenters Dave Roberts and Jonathan Quigg. Basically solid, but needs the expected amount of polish to be conference-worthy.
I just finished my presentation for the GFIRST 2012 Conference, which will be hosted by the Department of Homeland Security in Atlanta from August 19 – 24. I’m really looking forward to the conference.
My talk, “The Apple Falls Down: Perspectives on Global Warming,” is now available on YouTube.
Check it out!
Two new conference videos from RubyNation 2012 are available on Blip.tv — Aleksander Dabrowski and Mike Subelsky.
I uploaded the slides for my Killer Business Models talk to Slideshare.net last week. I was extremely gratified today when I learned that they chose my presentation to be a featured selection on their Home page.