I am pleased to announce a series of free Tech.Days Online Conferences for academic and student developers.
Tech.Days online conferences simply give you access to hand-picked video content and technology training from our UK team, and the chance to get involved online, listen to speakers and ask our panel questions Live.
Windows Azure Online Conference / Tuesday 4 October, 3-5pm
If you are just getting started with cloud computing with Windows Azure, this is the perfect starting point for you This online conference will help you get over any initial stumbling blocks, so you can quickly be productive in this new environment.
Windows Phone Online Conference / Wednesday 5 October, 3-5pm
We’ll help you familiarise yourself with different aspects of designing for Windows Phone, including the philosophy behind Metro and Application design. You don’t need any experience of Windows Phone development, you just need an interest in developing phone apps.
Internet Explorer Online Conference / Thursday 6 October, 3-5pm
In this conference we’ll discuss the difference between a website and a web application. You’ll also learn about HTML5 features that allow applications to do more than is currently possible with just AJAX and HTML 4. In-depth web development experience isn’t necessary you just need to be keen to build your knowledge of the different aspects of IE9.
How do you Register?
1. Register simply click on the link for the Tech.Days Online Conference above.
2. View content – Once you’ve registered you will be sent an email highlighting the video and white paper content to view and digest before the day of your online conference. This hand-picked content helps you cut through the clutter of information around your area of interest.
3. Send questions or points in advance - the live online conference will be used to address all your comments and questions – whether they’re sent in advance or asked live.
4. Attend your live online conference – Join the conference at the scheduled time using the LiveMeeting platform. This will not simply be a presentation based experience: the first part will be a wrap-up and high level summary of the video content; the second part will be a Q&A session where you can post questions to the panel and interact with peers.