The first two WIF workshops are done, and I am really happy with the results: you can see one example here that makes me particularly proud :).
From the feedbacks we received, the events were effective both for WIF beginners and advanced users alike; and, despite of the jetlag, it was FUN! This Saturday I am flying to Munich for the EIC. Monday and Tuesday I’ll deliver the German WIF workshop, already completely full; that will conclude the European phase of the tour.
In ~three weeks I am going to come back to the lovely Lion City to deliver the only Asian instance of the WIF Workshop. I would have loved to give a workshop in every country there, but unfortunately the time is tight. Singapore is pretty much at the center of the region, therefore it should be a good compromise if you are traveling from neighboring countries.
The good news is, there are still seats available! If you are interested in participating, please register at the link here ASAP.
The training is taking place at
New Horizons Learning Centers of Singapore
298, Tiong Bahru Road
Central Plaza, Level 18 (Above Tiong Bahru MRT) 168730 Singapore
As you already know, I am personally delivering the training sessions: for more details on the structure of the workshop see here.
I have been to Singapore many times in the past few years, and I know that there is a strong interest in identity and access management. This is is your chance for quickly ramping up on both the architecture and the development aspects of the latest foundational technology in the .NET Framework, Windows Identity Foundation, which is rapidly becoming one of the key enables on-premises, in the cloud and as a bridge between the two.
I hope to see you there!