dotnetConf is a free, 2 day virtual event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft, and it’s this Wednesday! As you can guess by its name, it’s dedicated to your favorite development platform, .NET. Grab a comfortable chair, a pot of your favorite hot (or cold) beverage and a mind to fill with all the latest .NET product and community news. The dotnetConf team has been planning the event for a few months now. We’ve got a great show ready for you.
Two Days of Talks
This is the 3rd dotnetConf. This time around, we’re using a two-day thematic format, on March 18th and 19th. Check out the dotnetConf agenda.
Day 1 (10 talks) – .NET Product Teams
Join us for the latest on the updates to .NET with the developers and program managers who are building the framework. Ask the questions that you always wanted to know more about to the engineers and influencers who build it.
Sampling of talks:
- Intro to ASP.NET 5
- The .NET Open Source Voyage
- WPF in 4.6 and beyond
Day 2 (9 talks) – Community .NET developers.
A whole day is dedicated to .NET related projects created by the community, partners and other Microsoft groups (e.g. Halo).
Sampling of talks:
- Building Cross-Platform Apps with Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms
- Halo: Website Evolved
- ASP.NET Project Scaffolding with Yeoman
Joining the dotnetConf
To attend the dotnetConf you just need to browse to http://www.dotnetconf.net or https://channel9.msdn.com during the two days of the conference. You can ask questions via the Channel9 Live Q&A during the talks. The speakers will be able to see your questions and will answer as many of them as they can.
There will be a lively conversation on twitter, too. Please use the #dotnetconf hash tag on twitter so that everyone can follow the conversation.
Check out dotnetConf 2014
Join us at the conference
dotnetConf is running on March 18th and 19th. It’s an online conference and it’s free. There are 19 talks on many topics, all about .NET. There are talks about the core parts of .NET, about the web and client platforms and lots of community projects, too. It’s going to be very interesting to watch. Come join us.
See you at the dotnetConf!