Speaker details
Silicon Valley Code Camp 2008

Deborah Kurata

InStep Technologies, Inc
Deborah Kurata
Deborah Kurata is a software developer, consultant, conference speaker, and Pluralsight author. For her work in support of software developers, she has been recognized with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award and is a Google Developer Expert (GDE). She has authored several technical books and speaks at user groups and conferences. She has published several Pluralsight courses including "Angular: Getting Started" and "Angular NgRx: Getting Started".
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Speaking Sessions

  • Best Kept Secrets in Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5

    Deborah Kurata has been sharing her Visual Studio and .NET Framework secrets with developers for the past several years. In this new installment, she covers more lesser-known features to help you become more productive with your development tools. This session covers how to improve your productivity by leveraging your development tools and development language features. It covers inferred typing, lesser known keywords, object initializers and extension methods. It provides details on using nullable types and on building queries from within Visual Studio (LINQ). Finally, it covers how to perform unit testing directly from within Visual Studio.

  • Generics, Anonymous Methods, and Lambda Expressions

    Generics, anonymous methods, and lambda expressions, oh my! Come and learn all about these very important concepts. This session is both for developers who don’t know what these things are and for those who want to expand their use of these techniques. This session begins with a brief introduction to generics. It then dives deep into using generics and lambdas in both VB and in C#.

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