MSDN Developer Conference
A fantastic series of one-day conferences is coming, bringing the latest technology from Microsoft to 11 cities across the US. The MSDN Developer Conference features 12 sessions in three tracks:
Client and Presentation
See the state of the art and future plans for ASP.NET 4.0, WPF, and Silverlight
Tools, Languages and Framework
Learn about Visual Studio 2010, Language Futures, Oslo, and Parallel Programming
Think of this as the greatest hits of PDC coming to you.
A full day of content for $99. And of course some nice giveaways as well.
As one of the 11 cities in the series, our local event in the northeast will be in Boston on January 22nd at the Sheraton Boston Hotel. I’m the "city lead" for Boston, so let me know if you have any questions.
Speakers currently scheduled to present in Boston include:
- Allan Da Costa Pinto
- Ben Day
- Chris Bowen
- Fritz Onion
- Griff Townsend
- Jesse Liberty
- Jim O’Neil
- Michael Cummings
- Michael Stiefel
- Patrick Hynds
- Todd Mancini
Register today before the seats are gone!
The day will feature a keynote, along with the following sessions:
|Cloud Services||Client and Presentation||Tools, Languages, and Framework|
|Lap Around Cloud Services||Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Roadmap||The Future of Managed Languages: F#, C#, and Visual Basic|
|Developing and Deploying Your First Cloud Services||Developing Data-Centric Applications Using WPF||A Lap Around "Oslo"|
|A Lap Around the Live Framework and Mesh Services||Building Business-Focused Applications Using Silverlight 2||Microsoft Visual Studio Team System: A Lap Around VSTS 2010|
|Developing Applications Using Data Services||ASP.NET 4.0 Roadmap||Parallel Programming for Managed Code Developers|
Find our tag cloud under #MSDNDevCon and join in the buzz!
- Facebook – Join the event page
- Twitter – follow MSDNDevCon’s feed
- Flickr – post your event pictures
- del.icio.us – share your bookmarks
- MSDN Social
Registration is open, and a nice deal at $99.
If Boston isn’t near you, there are 10 other cities hosting a MSDN Dev Con event, so take a look and register for a city near you:
|1/20/09||New York, NY|
|2/19/09||San Francisco, CA|
A big thanks goes to our own Bob Familiar, who is spearheading the work to create these events across the US! (This is also the reason why he’s had to temporarily step aside from our Northeast Roadshows.)
I’m absolutely looking forward to this and hope to see many of you in Boston!