With over 80 session submissions, DDD9 promises to be every bit as good as the last eight events and the regional DDDs too!
But we need your help!
29th of January 2011
Microsoft Thames Valley Park, Reading
How much does it cost?
Nothing. Nada. It’s totally free to attend. You’ll get a free lunch and coffee/tea throughout the day. And we’ll try to get some t-shirts and swag to throw at you (within the bound of Health & Safety of course!) Computer Manuals will be there too, so you’ll be able to buy discounted books on the day!
Well, it’s up to you! Please head over here and vote for the sessions you’d like to see make it on to the agenda. DDD is a democratic event, we don’t pick the sessions, you do!
Here’s what we’re asking you to vote for (in alphabetical order!):
.Net Collections Deep Dive
A Beginner’s Guide to Microcontrollers
A Primer to RavenDB
A Quantum of Computing
AJAX with jQuery
Asymptotics and Alogrithms – What You’ve Forgotten Since University
Automating Testing With Windows Virtual PC
Azure and the new Application Lifecycle Management
Azure Table Service – getting creative with Microsoft’s NoSQL datastore
Before and Beyond Scrum
Beginners Guide To Continuous Integration
Behavioural Driven Development (BDD) with F#
Being Dynamic with Ruby
Building a Silverlight BI Dashboard
Cache Out with Windows Server AppFabric
Chaotic World of Async Programming
Clone Wars – Application vs SQL Cluster
Computer, earl grey tea, hot
Concurrency using functional patterns in C#
CQRS, Diving Deeper?
CQRS, Fad or Future?
Cross-eyed mobile development
CSS is code, how do we avoid the usual code problems?
Data Mining the Social Web
Database Administration for the Developer
Developing Windows Phone 7 Applications using Silverlight
Documentation driven development
Dynamic C# 4.0 – the provider side
Dynamic Consumption in C# 4.0
Dynamic Data – what is it and why should I care?
Elegant MVC with Spark – The way views were meant to be
Enforcing Code ‘Beauty’ With StyleCop
Enforcing process through source control
Expression Blend for WPF and Silverlight Developers
Fitting a new kitchen sync – oData, oData, oh oh oh!
From .NET to Rails, A Developer’s Story
From The Malverns, From The PC, To the Phone
Functional Alchemy: Tricks to keep your C# DRY
Functional Programming in C#
Get cracking with jQuery
Getting dirty with AppServer Fabric and WF4
Go Asynchronous With C# 5.0
Going crazy with StructureMap
Guerrilla tactics – Performance Testing MS SQL Server Applications
Haml and Sass
How can I add my own custom step to a TFS 2010 build, or do I even need to try?
How To Achieve World(-Ready) Domination In Silverlight 4
How to create Data Driven Silverlight Apps with no Code!
How to Eat an Elephant
How to Manage Your Manager
HTML5(.2) : The language of the cloud?
Intro to jQuery Mobile
Introduction to Android Development using Monodroid
Introduction to PowerShell
Is NoSQL The Future of Data Storage?
Is the free lunch back ?
Is your code S.O.L.I.D ?
Its a Kind of Magic
Learning from the HTML5 Boilerplate
Lucene as a primary data store
Media Center and Windows Home Server – Marriage in your living room
Mobile Panel – From iPhone to HTML 5 to Windows Phone 7 to Android
Monads! What are they and why should I care?
NLog – Getting the Best From Your Logs
Open Web Standards: democratising and future-proofing the Web
PRISM 4 with a dash of MEF
Real World Application Development with NHibernate, FluentNHibernate and Castle Windsor
Real-world Dynamic C#
Rewriting software is the single worst mistake you can make – apparently.
Scaling out your data for Reporting
SharePoint 101 – The Ghostables in the Machine …
Snake Charming : IronPython for fun and profit
So you want to try scrum
Something kind of Oooh
Taking Efficiency One Step Further – F#
Testing Ruby and Rails
The dark parts of Mono
Touch Me, Stretch Me, Squeeze Me: The Windows 7 WPF Multi-Touch Story
WF4 Deep Dive
What your apps get up to when you’re not watching
What’s New In ASP.NET MVC 2.0 and 3.0
Writing Cross-Platform XAML Applications with WPF, Silverlight and WP7
Writing Maintainable Tests for Selenium
Phew! That’s some list! Now, could you imagine and event with all of those sessions on the agenda? We can! However, we’ve only got capacity for 25% of those – please vote for your favourite sessions!
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