Tech Days online 5th of February 2015 3 days of online training


On the 5th of February Microsoft UK  are broadcasting Techdays Online Developer day (you can register here)

Techdays Online

Here the full Agenda of the days

TechDays Online 2015 Day 1 – Tuesday 3rd of February

TechDays Online 2015 Day 1

Day_1_keynote 

Keynote speaker bio

Mary jo foley has covered the tech industry for more than 30 years for a variety of publications and web sites, and is a frequent guest on radio, tv and podcasts, speaking about all things microsoft-related. on zdnet, she blogs at allaboutmicrosoft.com. she is the author of microsoft 2.0: How Microsoft plans to stay relevant in the post-Gates era (John Wiley & Sons, 2008). Foley also is the co-host of the Windows Weekly podcast on the TWiT network.

Theme: Client, Devices & Mobility 

Day One: Devices and Managing a Mobile-First World
Time
Session
Speaker

09:30-09:40
Overview of the Day
Ed Baker, Microsoft Technical Evangelist
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09:40-10:15
Delighting your business with EMS – The ABCs of what you need to know
Stuart Leddy, Microsoft UK
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10:30-11:05
Devices, Devices Everywhere
Andrew Bettany, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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11:20-11:55
Windows 10 Client Innovations
Chris Rhodes, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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12:10-12:45
KEYNOTE: What IT Pros and Devs Need to Know About the New Microsoft
Mary Jo Foley
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13:30-14:05
Building IoT solutions today
Paul Foster, Microsoft UK & Robert Hogg, Black Marble
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14:20-14:55
Microsoft Azure Remote App
Richard Astbury, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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15:10-15:45
Microsoft Azure RMS
Mark Parris, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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16:00-16:35
Azure Active Directory: Much more than a user store
Rick Hepworth, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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16:50-17:25
Microsoft Intune/SCCM
Steve Beaumont, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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17:25-17:30
Wrap up of day 1 – Part 1
Ed Baker, Microsoft UK
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Day one evening: An evening with Office 365
Time
Session
Speaker

18:30-19:05
Migration of your mailboxes to Office 365
Victor Merians, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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19:15-19:50
Keeping in touch with the online world
Coming Soon!
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20:00-20:35
Building online collaboration inside Office 365
Kamil Jurik, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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20:35-20:45
Final thoughts for the day
Ed Baker, Microsoft UK
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NOTE: All sessions are approx. 35-minutes. There is a 15-minute changeover between sessions and a 45-minute lunch break.

TechDays Online 2015 Day 2 – Wednesday 4th of February

TechDays Online 2015 Day 2

Jeffrey Snover

Jeffrey Snover

Distinguished Engineer

Jeffrey Snover is a Distinguished Engineer and the Lead Architect for the Windows Server Division. Snover is the inventor of Windows PowerShell, an object-based distributed automation engine, scripting language, and command line shell. Snover joined Microsoft in 1999 as divisional architect for the Management and Services Division, providing technical direction across Microsoft’s management technologies and products. Snover has over 32 years of industry experience with a focus on management technologies and solutions. He was an architect in the office of the CTO at Tivoli and a development manager at NetView. He has worked also as a consulting engineer and development manager at DEC, where he led various network and systems management projects. Snover held 8 patents prior to joining Microsoft, and has registered 30 patents since. He is a frequent speaker at industry and research conferences on a variety of management and language topics.

Theme: Server & Cloud 

Day two: The Journey to the Cloud-first World
Time
Session
Speaker

09:30-09:40
Overview of the Day
Andrew Fryer, Microsoft UK
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09:40-10:15
What’s new Windows Server /Hyper –V – a technical preview
Gordon McKenna, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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10:30-11:05
How to find out what’s happening in your datacentre with Azure Insights
Sam Erskine, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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11:20-11:55
Host your own cloud with the Windows Azure Pack
Damien Flynn, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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12:10-12:45
Taking scripting to the next level with Service Management / Azure Automation
Jonathan Noble, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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13:30-14:05
A new home for your old applications
Susan Smith, Microsoft UK
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14:20-14:55
20% + of Azure runs on Linux – why is this important and how to do it well?
Boris Devouge, Microsoft UK
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15:10-15:45
Cloud Environments
Tarun Arora, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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16:00-16:35
Make Azure your DMZ
Simon Skinner, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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16:50-17:25
Microsoft Corporate Keynote
Jeffrey Snover, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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17:25-17:35
Wrap up of Day 2
Andrew Fryer, Microsoft UK
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NOTE: All sessions are approx. 35-minutes. There is a 15-minute changeover between sessions and a 45-minute lunch break.

TechDays Online 2015 Day 3 – Thursday February 5

TechDays Online 2015 Day 3

Scott Hanselman

Scott Hanselman

Scott is a web developer who has been blogging at http://hanselman.com for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland, Oregon. Scott has three podcasts, http://hanselminutes.com for tech talk, http://thisdeveloperslife.com on developers’ lives and loves, and http://ratchetandthegeek.com for pop culture and tech media. He’s written a number of books and spoken in person to almost a half million developers worldwide.

Theme: Developer 

Day three: Multi-device, Cross-platform Development
Time
Session
Speaker

09:30-09:40
Overview of the Day
Martin Beeby, Microsoft UK
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09:40-10:25
Creating x-platform apps with Visual Studio
Mike Taulty & Martin Beeby, Microsoft UK
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10:40-11:25
Visual Studio ALM
Richard Fennell, Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP)
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11:40-12:25
Azure Machine Learning
Andrew Fryer, Microsoft UK
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13:00-13:45
Debugging web apps
Bianca Furtuna & Martin Kearn, Microsoft UK
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14:00-14:45
’Roslyn’ .NET compiler update
Tomáš Herceg, Microsoft Most Valued Professional
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15:00-15:45
Building cross-platform apps with .NET and ASP.NET
Pedro Dias, Microsoft Norway
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16:00-16:45
Creating cross-platform cloud apps for mobile devices
Steve Plank, Microsoft UK
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17:00-17:45
Microsoft Corporate Keynote
Scott Hanselman
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17:45-17:55
Wrap-up of Tech.Days Online Day 3
Martin Beeby, Microsoft UK
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NOTE: All sessions are approx. 45-minutes. There is a 10-minute changeover between sessions and a 45-minute lunch break.

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