Karl-Henrik Nilsson

Microsoft

Software design patterns for cloud applications
Liljeholmssalen, Thursday 13:30 - 14:20

The last three years of my life most applications that I saw people creating were meant to be "in the cloud". But they were not always built with the cloud in mind. In this session, we will take a look at some of the different patterns we can use, how platform as a service and software as a service can benefit you and your application because after all, the cloud isn't just someone else's computer!

Learning how to learn! How sucking at C# saved my career.
Trekanten, Friday 11:10 - 12:00

What if you by pure chance got into a situation you could not handle, an exciting opportunity that was way harder than you ever expected, what if you needed to learn, FAST! A bit over ten years ago that was precisely where I was, not knowing C#/.NET and not contributing to my teams progress, I needed to learn, fast. In this session, I am sharing the framework I used to learn and the journey that took me from the worst performer in my team to teaching C#/.NET to the entire company and all the way to working for Microsoft.

Karl-Henrik Nilsson

Karl-Henrik "KH" Nilsson is a turbulently enthusiastic and unstoppably curious Swedish software developer with a soft spot for the software community. Having worked with everything from web applications to cellphone towers has given him a very particular set of skills and the habit of breaking out a soldering iron to solve the oddest of problems.

Today Karl-Henrik is a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft focusing predominately on Azure and cloud technology. He blogs at http://karl-henrik.se and tweets as @KHNilsson.