Resume (Curriculum Vitae)
*** NOTE: I stopped updating this TRAINING page
in MAY 2006 ***
CONFERENCES, COURSES etc (attended during employment)
I have attended numerous user group meetings but here I only list the major
events I attended that contributed to my knowledge.
- Microsoft 'MEDC 2006' , 8-11
May 2005 , Las Vegas
- MVP UK days at Microsoft UK Research , 20-21 March 2006, Cambridge
- Principles of Architecture II , internal Avanade course , 13-17 February 2006,
- 'Excellence' by
Strategic Edge , 8-9 November 2006 , London
- DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper II at Microsoft's UK campus, 22 October 2006,
- 'Quickstart' consultancy training at Avanade HQ , 3-6 October 2006, Seattle
- Global MVP Summit at Microsoft Corp campus , 25 September - 1 October 2005, Redmond
- Speaker training by Alan Elston at Microsoft's
UK campus, 24 - 25 June 2005, Reading
- MVP UK days at Microsoft UK campus , 20-21 June 2005, Reading
- Microsoft 'MEDC 2005' , 9-12
May 2005, Las Vegas
- Microsoft 'Tech·Ed 2004 Europe' , 29 June -2 July 2004, Amsterdam
- Microsoft 'TechEd 2002 Europe'
, 1-5 July 2002, Barcelona
- Microsoft 'Tech Ed 2001 Europe'
, 2-6 July 2001, Barcelona
- BCS Conference 'Object Technology 2001'
organised by OOPS, 1-4 April 2001, Oxford
- RUG meeting UK in London, 29 January 2001 (presented experience
report in the use of Rose for RTE with VB)
- VBUG 2000 ‘The Annual Conference’
at Microsoft UK Ltd 18-19 October 2000, Reading
- Course 'Visual BASIC and COM+ for Enterprise Applications: Hands-on'
at Learning Tree, 13-17/3/00,
- BCS Conference 'Object Technology 2000'
organised by OOPS, 27-29 March 2000, Oxford
- BCS AGM Lecture 'Progress
& Research in the Communications Industry' by A. Hopper, 21/10/99, Cambridge
SIGS Conference 'Application Development 1999' only at
the Exhibit, 2 days in July 1999, London
here for a partial list of books that I've read after completing my studies.
Blogs I subscribe to are in this OPML file.
I also keep in touch (or have done in the past) via subscriptions
to the following magasines (in no particular order):