Cloud computing, Software plus services, Windows Azure, SQL Services, Live Services, Windows 7, Visual Studio 2010, .NET 4.0 Framework, etc, etc…. Did you miss all of the news coming out of the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference in Los Angeles last month? Or, maybe you caught some of it, but were so overwhelmed by the fire hose of information, you weren’t able to digest it all? (My brain is STILL on overload from all the new technology announcements & demos.)
Have no fear, if you weren’t able to make it to the PDC, now is your opportunity to learn about all of the latest developer technologies from Microsoft in a city near you! A fantastic series of one-day conferences is coming to 11 cities across the US. The MSDN Developer Conference features 12 sessions in three tracks:
Cloud Services Use Windows Azure, Live Mesh, and more to create apps that bridge the gaps between PC, Web, and phone
Client and Presentation See the state of the art and future plans for ASP.NET 4.0, WPF, and Silverlight
Tools, Languages and Framework Learn about Visual Studio 2010, Language Futures, Oslo, and Parallel Programming
Think of this as the greatest hits of PDC coming to you!
A full day of content for $99. And of course some nice giveaways as well.
As one of the 11 cities in the series, our local event will be in New York City on January 20th at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square.
We have a great line-up of speakers on tap for New York, including:
Cloud Services Client and Presentation Tools, Languages and Framework
Lap Around Cloud Services Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) Roadmap The Future of Managed Languages: F#, C#, and Visual Basic
Developing and Deploying Your First Cloud Services Developing Data-centric Applications WPF A Lap Around "Oslo" (I am presenting)
A Lap Around the Live Framework and Mesh Services Building Business Focused Applications using Silverlight 2 Microsoft Visual Studio Team System: A Lap Around VSTS 2010
Developing Applications Using Data Services (I am presenting) ASP.NET 4.0 Roadmap Parallel Programming for Managed Code Developers
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