Once in a while I speak at conferences and user groups, or give lectures at the university. I love doing this, because I learn a lot – both from preparing my presentation and at the event itself. The face-to-face communication with other like-minded people creates new friendships and ideas we can work on together. On this page you can find information about some of my talks, which I try to keep relatively up-to-date. You can also follow my past and future talks at my Lanyrd profile.

Upcoming talks

  • WebAssembly brings the Web to a new era

    September 15, 2017 @ DevConf Kraków

  • Crafting a robust deployment pipeline in finance

    November 16, 2017 @ Agile Testing Days

Past talks

  • Design principles and implementation strategies for better offline experience

    June 14, 2017 @ NDC Oslo

  • Showdown: Continuous Integration and Deployment tools – TeamCity

    April 19, 2017 @ Copenhagen .Net User Group

  • Stop the Internet, I want to go offline

    November 21, 2016 @ BuildStuff Kiev, Ukraine

  • Stop the Internet, I want to go offline

    November 18, 2016 @ BuildStuff Vilnius, Lithuania

    Slides | Video
  • WebAssembly, the browser VM we were waiting for

    October 21, 2016 @ Voxxed Days Thessaloniki, Greece

  • Shifting to agile

    June 22, 2016 @ #AgilityLab, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Is WebAssembly the killer of JavaScript

    November 20, 2015 @ Codemotion, Milan, Italy

    Slides | Video
  • Lean or Agile, software architecture is fragile

    October 23, 2015 @ Agile Tour London, London, UK

  • Panel discussion about JavaScript frameworks – speaking AngularJS

    August 6, 2015 @ CopenhagenJS, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Software architecture also needs Agile

    May 23, 2015 @ Agile Day Riga, Riga, Latvia

    Slides | Video
  • AngularJS 2.0: A natural evolvement or a new beginning

    March 28, 2015 @ Codemotion, Rome, Italy

    Slides | Video
  • Flux Architecture

    March 19, 2015 @ CopenhagenJS, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • AngularJS 2.0

    January 15, 2015 @ CopenhagenJS, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • To SPA or not to SPA

    November 28, 2014 @ ISTA Conf, Sofia, Bulgaria

    Slides | Video
  • The AngularJS way (workshop)

    November 27, 2014 @ ISTA Conf, Sofia, Bulgaria

  • Agile software architecture

    October 1, 2014 @ University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Component-driven development with AngularJS

    April 23, 2014 @ University of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria

  • Bringing the light to the client with KnockoutJS

    April 13, 2013 @ JSSaturday, Sofia, Bulgaria

  • Bringing the light to the client with KnockoutJS

    April 12, 2013 @ University of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria

  • Hi Boyan,
    thanks for being at the presentation. How did you like it? I liked the questions afterwards because they signaled that people got it. But what was the feeling? Openness, resistance, skepticism? My experience is that a presentation like that can only be a starting point. So I hope it made people curious so that they would look on advertisingawesomeness.com to flip through the light version. I hope it’s a starter. I also left two books at the agency with Jakob Holme.

    But I also know that you have a kinda party going on tonight. So if the people have forgotten on monday what happened and what it was about – I would love if you pass on advertisingawesomeness.com as the site and link for the free download of the light version. 😉 So that it helps them do awesome advertising.

    Have an awesome weekend, Mike

    • Hi Mike. The topic is indeed very interesting and the message you want to deliver is very simple – that is why most of the people got it straight away. The only minus, I would say, is the way presented it – I think (and some of my colleagues also think) that you were a bit unsure at some times while speaking. The audience needs some “actions” on stage, some “drama” in a way, to capture their attention entirely. My personal opinion is that you have done a great job, so now it can only be better and better 🙂

      Have a nice weekend and looking forward to seeing you again.