Microsoft and CODE Training Present – The State of .NET in Tampa! (FREE)
Presenter: Markus Egger
When: Monday, March 28, 2011 – 1:30 – 4:30 PM
Where: Microsoft Tampa Office – 5426 Bay Center Dr # 700, Tampa, FL 33609-3477
Markus Egger’s look at the current and future development with .NET.
Brought to you by Microsoft, CODE Training & EPS Software, this free afternoon event presents an unbiased look at the current and future development with .NET. Join MVP and RD Markus Egger, for an afternoon of free and independent information about current Microsoft development technologies! What is the state of .NET today? Which of the many .NET technologies have gained traction? Which ones can you ignore for now? What’s the coming up in .NET? What other Microsoft technologies should you include in your development efforts?
This event is completely free of charge and is designed for developers as well as IT decision makers. Specific prior knowledge is not required. Attendees of this event will come away with a clear understanding of which technologies to use for various technical challenges.
Topics include Cloud (Azure & other), The State of Services, Windows Phone 7 and other devices, ASP.NET MVC, Razor and jQuery, Visual Studio Async, Productivity Power Tools, Various .NET Framework Topics, Visual Studio LightSwitch, and more.
Attendees of this event will come away with a clear understanding of which technologies to use for various technical challenges.
Questions? Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 832-717-4445 x32.
Disclaimer: While hosted at a Microsoft facility, as noted above, this is not a Microsoft event. This event is co-hosted by CODE Training and Microsoft Corporation. CODE Training is responsible for all content presented at this event. Opinions at this event are those of the speaker’s and not necessarily Microsoft or the local DE, devfish. But devfish is just darn happy to have Markus Egger cutting through his ‘hood, and will keep his yap shut during the event so ya’ll can hear Markus.
“Because he travel a long way to get to my MPR, devfish shalt forgive him his fruit phone. Amen.”