TechDays Early Bird Pricing Ends Soon!

Time is quickly running out on the Early Bird Pricing for Microsoft Tech•Days Canada 2008. Make sure to act now before the deadline of Wednesday, October 15th.

At this point, you might be thinking, "Why should I attend?" Here are three good reasons:


First, we’ve got some of the top developers and IT professionals in Canada delivering presentations at this event; folks like Barry Gervin, Mark Arteaga, Ken Cox, Guy Barrette, and many others. These folks will be sharing their insights and experiences with a wide range of Microsoft technologies that are in use today.


Second, this is a great opportunity for you to connect with your peers. If you’re a student looking to connect with potential employers, make sure to bring your resume because you’ll never know who you’ll meet. If you’re a professional in the industry, bring along your business cards. It’s never a bad idea to forge relationships with other folks in your field. If you a developer or IT professional looking to broaden your skills, be sure you get a good night’s sleep because we’ll be hitting you with a ton of relevant news and information.

Third, we’ll be providing a Learning Kit to all attendees, which is valued at over $1000. (!) This kit includes the following highlights:

  • Microsoft® Visual Studio 2008 Professional (Full Version)

  • Microsoft® Expression Web 2 (Full Version TechEd 2008 DVD Set)

  • 30% off certification voucher, applicable to all Microsoft Certification Exams

And much more! In fact, I would encourage folks to go read more about the Learning Kit on the TechDays Website.

This is a “Can’t Miss” event that will provide you with valuable insights and skills on Microsoft technologies being used today. If you’re planning to attend, make sure to encourage your colleagues and/or friends to tag along!

Comments (2)

  1. Justin says:

    Hi John,

    I lobby the boss to allow all my colleges to attend this meeting (@Toronto). But the boss doesn’t like all of us are away for two days. As a result, most of them can only take one-day off.

    My question is: can they pay 1-day event fee of $130.00 to attend the Toronto Meeting and still eligible to get free stuff?



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