Christine Murphy


I am a Developer with many years experience.

I have two passions, quality and people. In my travels throughout the community, I meet lots of non-techies. When I tell them what I do for a living, they invariably tell me about all their troubles with different social media sites.

Can you tell me how to tag someone? I don’t know how to add a video to my FaceBook post. etc, All these questions gave her the idea to launch her very own YouTube channel called “Get ‘Em Online”. It is a channel dedicated to Grandma. The premise is that you would set Grandma down in front of the TV with her phone in hand. My channel would be playing on your TV, and Grandma would be following along on her phone.

Creating the YouTube videos required going through a learning curve, with many trials and errors. My latest video, “How and Why to Connect to Wifi”(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Pk6Lhvjlkk&t=2s) is my best one yet . If there had been a class at Code Camp on how to make YouTube videos, I would have taken it a long time ago. I would like to help others avoid the pitfalls and get started right away.

How to make a YouTube Video

Saturday, February 25th, 2017 at 3:00 pm

You’ve struggled and you finally have mastered a skill. You’d like to show the world how to do it because you think it’ll look good on interviews. You see that other Developers have vlogs. How do they do it?

Well, look no more.

This class will cover
* What hardware and software you need
* How to Create the Video including (Cutting/Pasting/Moving clips, Blurring out sections, How to be more interesting,Lighting and camera presentation, Sound)
* Your YouTube Account including (Uploading videos, creating playlists, creating accounts, account creator club)

Performance Tuning with JetBrains DotTrace

Saturday, November 23rd, 2013 at 10:00 am

In this talk, Christine Murphy will explain the best way to use JetBrains Dot Trace to allow the Developer to improve performance of their application.

She will be using many code samples in multiple languages and platforms to show you the best way to go about making performance enhancements to your code.

This talk will not simply be about how to make performance gains, but will also discuss which performance gains you should NOT try to attempt.

This talk is a Mid to Senior level tak, and you should understand C#, JAVA, or VB.net. The practices that Christine will discuss are practices that can be applied to both Web and Windows.