Occasionally I speak at different software conferences, and here you can find the materials.

It is the right place if you visited some session and want to grab the slides or code examples. And obviously it's just another way to keep tabs on what I'm up to, without having to tolerate my talks in person. 

Mock-n-Roll, presented at Microsoft in Prague.

Starts with "why use mocking at all", and then continues mostly as a coding session outlining differences in syntax and approaches of NMock2, Moq, Rhino Mocks, Isolator and Pex (Stubs).



Distributed Agile Development, presented at ESWC'2009 in Berlin.

Starts as an introductory talk about agile in general, and then goes into details about the challenges that distributed agile teams face and practices that help to mitigate the impact of distribution.