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Rachel Breeze

Squad Lead @ Nexer Digital, Umbraco and .NET Developer, Speaker

4 x Umbraco MVP, meetup organiser and occasional scuba diver

Upcoming Talks

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Leeds Sharp: Escaping The Developer Rut

Date:

Location: Platform, Leeds

It's all too easy to feel like you're stuck in a rut as a developr and as Ellen Glasgow once said "The only difference between a rut and a grave are the dimensions".

In this talk we will explore how to escape the feeling you're stuck in a development rut without changing jobs or roles; and have fun doing so.

For more details and to register for the meet up please click here https://www.meetup.com/leeds-sharp/events/297234541/

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Debugging: More than breakpoints and log analysis

Date:

Location: Robert Blackburn Building: University of Hull

Debugging is a cornerstone of software development, and understanding its role is pivotal for building robust applications.
In this talk, we explore strategies to help debug our applications. Our journey takes us through the debugging tools offered by C#, SQL Server Management Studio, and the Azure Portal.

For more details and to register for the DDD North Conference, please click here https://www.dddnorth.co.uk/

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Umbraco Spark - Accessibility: Building and Deploying Accessible Sites

Date: Friday 8th March, 2024

Location: M Shed, Bristol

Accessibility and inclusive design benefits all users; building accessible products and services isn't just a checkbox exercise or a legal requirement, it makes them inclusive. This talk will explore an approach to building websites that helps ensure that they are accessible from the start. From design and build to deployment. The talk will focus on the development and build approach, looking at the functionality available in Visual Code and Visual Studio to provide automated accessibility testing. There will also be a demo of tools available in Azure DevOps to help test accessibility as part of the process. We will also understand why automated testing only forms part of building accessible sites.