The MIX09 Content Team is crazy-busy confirming sessions for Microsoft’s premier event for Web developers and designers March 18-20 in Las Vegas, NV. During the coming weeks, the number of published sessions will more than double.
Also, new for MIX09: 20 minute mini-sessions. Mini-sessions are grouped into blocks of three, by topic, and attendees can attend the full block or pick and choose between individual mini-sessions.
Here’s some examples of the great technical and cross-platform sessions you’ll get at MIX09:
- Integrating Microsoft Expression Blend with Adobe Creative Suite
- Building an Optimized, Graphics-Intensive Application for Microsoft Silverlight
- Building Data-Driven Scalable AJAX Web Page
- Building Microsoft Silverlight Applications with Eclipse
- High-Speed RIA Development with the Microsoft Silverlight Toolkit
- Go Deep with Microsoft Silverlight Controls
- Mesh-Enabled Web Applications
- View more new sessions
- View pre-event workshops
Why you should plan to attend MIX09:
Protect the bottom line. Consumers are spending less. At MIX, you’ll learn how to use technology to increase customer satisfaction and loyalty and improve brand visibility.
- Be proactive. During uncertain financial times it’s even more important to evaluate your current business approach and plan future technology investments to maximize return. Not only will you be the first to hear about the future of Microsoft’s web platform and technologies, but you’ll walk away with early versions of our latest software.
- Get real answers from the experts. You’ll have the opportunity to engage in one-on-one conversations and get your pressing questions answered by industry and Microsoft experts at MIX. Unlike other conferences, MIX sessions are intimate and informal.
- Tap into the web community. At MIX, you’ll network with people representing top websites and web agencies. It’s a perfect opportunity to share best practices with the people that understand your business challenges first hand.
Join us in March to explore the future of the Web! You’ll save $400 off the price when you register online by February 13. Details are on the registration page.