Can’t get to NYC to attend the event on May 5th and 6th but want to take advantage of some of the great sessions? Listen in over live streaming video for free! Streaming content can be access through the following site: http://entdevcon.istreamplanet.com/ I am particularly excited about the Women Leaders of Wall Street panel discussion. Check it out!
May 05 - May 06, 2009
9am - 5pm
What’s It All About?
The Enterprise Developer and Solutions Conference will provide developers, architects and key business decision makers in large enterprise organizations a clear roadmap of the Microsoft Application Platform. Hear directly from Microsoft’s customers and partners on:
- Cloud Computing in the Enterprise
- Application Life Cycle Management
- Creating Impact with Silverlight, WPF and Surface
Who Should Attend
Developers, Architects, Business Decision Makers, CIOs, CTOs, Development Managers and Technical Decision Makers.
A sample of enterprise corporations and partners will be presenting topics such as:
- Windows Azure Deep Dive
- An IP based communication system using Microsoft Live Services
- Federated Identity and Claims based authorization with Geneva Server and the Access Control Service
- Experiences with Agile & TFS at large music retailer
- Microsoft Surface innovation in the transportation industry
- Healthcare in Cloud, Technology as an enabler for the Service Oriented Health Plan of the Future
- Real World Agile Estimating with Visual Studio Team System
Women Leaders of Wall Street
The conference will feature ancillary events, such as the 2nd annual Women Leaders of Wall Street (Willows) panel. Clearly, women have made great strides in employment representation in the financial services industry. A 2003 U.S. EEOC report showed that women now make up 48.6 percent of the banking workforce (and 43 percent overall across financial services).* However, the majority of these women are in clerical or non-management positions in human resources, marketing and IT, which are generally non-profit center roles. One of the reasons for this discrepancy can be attributed to the lack of long-standing, formal executive networks between women in financial services. Events such as Women Leaders of Wall Street (Willows) give women executives the venue to create relationships and contacts that provide a foundation for professional growth and development. A second panel will cover Career & Leadership growth, providing tangible tips and advice for securing a lucrative career & position of influence as a woman in technology within the financial services industry.