On 18 October I'll be presenting "3 Tips to Improve Your Development Process" at the Ann Arbor Day of .NET. It's nice to have another session lined up -- I'm slowly working my way back in to regular speaking after a months-long funk where I couldn't get fired up about creating new presentations or rehashing old ones.
I'm excited about this presentation because it's all about making small changes to how you develop software: Figure out how to estimate better. Start having a daily standup. Every once in awhile stop and look back over what you've done via a retrospective.
This gig's been poking around my head for awhile, and I'm looking forward to fleshing it out and putting it out in front of a crowd.
The folks running AADODN always do a terrific job hosting the conference. I hope to see you at there, and maybe even in my session!