This Saturday, Feb 27th I’ll be speaking at the Rocky Mountain Trifecta in Denver, CO. I’m really looking forward to it! This will be my third year and it’s a great excuse to get out to the Rockies in the snow. I also have many cousins that live here (they are like fractals, they multiply exponentially on that side of the family) so it’s always a great time with family and friends.
Why is it called a Trifecta? Because there are Developer, IT Pro and Database tracks. It’s not just a Code Camp, not just PASS Camp, not just an ITPro Camp, it’s all three in one place being held at the Metro State College in Denver. And best of all it’s FREE to attend.
I’ll be delivering two sessions, one on What’s New in the VB & C# Languages in Visual Studio 2010 and another on Building Office Productivity Solutions showing off some new RAD designers and tools for building Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 solutions. I have about 2 hours of material on this talk that I have to fit in 75 minutes so that should be quite interesting.
We also have some surprises in store for you at the keynote. ;-)
Hope to see you there!