Upcomming Premier .NET debugging workshops in northern Europe

I know this might be a select group, but if you have a Premier contract with Microsoft, and you live in northern Europe, and you are interested in learning .NET debugging (ok, that narrows it dow to somewhere around 2 people:)), you might be interested in the 2-day workshops I will be delivering in Stockholm and Oslo this fall.

The prelimiary dates are Stockholm, Oct 23-24 and Oslo, Nov 28-29, and the class deals with the same types of topics that I talk about in my blog.  To get the most out of the workshop you need to have a solid .net development background since we dig pretty deep in the .NET Framework.

If you want to sign up for these check in with your TAM (Technical Account Manager).

And... for those of you who don't live in northern Europe, but would still want to attend a workshop, check in with your TAM anyways as they can give you more info on upcomming Premier workshops in your area.

Laters all,


Comments (6)

  1. Eran Sandler says:

    I was lucky enough in my previous work place to have a Premier contract in which we got a personal course on native and .NET debugging.

    Perhaps there is a place, at some point or form, to promote the understanding of .NET internals as well as .NET debugging and its affects on application at a larger scale.

    I hardly see debugging or .NET internals sessions in .NET Tech conferences. Most of the talks are about cool things instead of necessary things that will actually give you a benefit (not that a laptop bag, a coffee mug or a T-Shirt cannot give benefits 😉 ).

  2. Mark W says:

    we have a premier contract but we are in North America, so next time if you have a workshop in the Pacific Northwest I would send a crew to attend. 🙂

  3. dominick says:


    maybe I should attend and learn something from you this time.

    Hope you are well!

  4. Tess says:

    Eran, I think thats a really good point, and you are preaching to the choir.

    To be honest I think the reason that is not happening all that much is that it is hard to get real deep in a short amount of time, but I hope that someone out there, planning one of these tech conferences is listening now.

    For personal reasons I had to turn down an invitation to talk on a tech conference on these things, but at least it does look like things like this are becomming more popular topics,  let’s hope the trend continues:)

    For those of you who subscribe to this blog but don’t yet subscribe to Erans (http://dotnetdebug.blogspot.com/), you should.

  5. Tess says:

    Mark,  I don’t think I’ll be delivering anything there anytime soon:) but may I recommend that you check in with your TAM because I know there are similar workshops in the NW area all the time…

    Dominick, nice to hear from you again.  Loved your developmentor class.  Hope we meet again sometime.

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