Upcoming speaking engagements

Yan Cui

I help clients go faster for less using serverless technologies.

I love this part of the year, there are great conferences happening between now and Feb, and I’m honoured to have been accepted as speaker to some of these amazing events.

 

Code Mesh (London) Nov 4th-5th

Build Stuff (Vilnius) Nov 19th-21st

I’ll be talking about how we used Neo4j to model the in-game economy of our MMORPG title Here Be Monsters, and how it enabled our small team of game designers to automate the otherwise difficult and laborious task of balancing the game.

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p.s. the good folks at Build Stuff has also generously offered a 10% discount if you purchase ticket with the discount code CUI.

 

NDC London Dec 1st-5th

I’ll be talking about My Adventure with Elm so far, including how to use its time-travelling debugger to create web-based games and sites.

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Code Mash (Sandusky, Ohio) Jan 6th-9th

I’ll be talking about both Neo4j (Modelling Complex game economy with Neo4j) and F# in Social Gaming – use of F# in the Gamesys Social backend team which supports around a million daily active users.

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So many great conferences to look forward to in the next few months, so many great people to learn from! I hope you are as excited as I am and hope to catch you at the conferences!

Ciao!


 

Whenever you’re ready, here are 4 ways I can help you:

  1. If you want a one-stop shop to help you quickly level up your serverless skills, you should check out my Production-Ready Serverless workshop. Over 20 AWS Heroes & Community Builders have passed through this workshop, plus 1000+ students from the likes of AWS, LEGO, Booking, HBO and Siemens.
  2. If you want to learn how to test serverless applications without all the pain and hassle, you should check out my latest course, Testing Serverless Architectures.
  3. If you’re a manager or founder and want to help your team move faster and build better software, then check out my consulting services.
  4. If you just want to hang out, talk serverless, or ask for help, then you should join my FREE Community.

 


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