Scott is Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President, .NET Developer Platform and super star coder.
On the 25th March 2010 in Glasgow, Scott is going to perform a marathon of presentation running through Silverlight 4.0, Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET 4.0.
What will you get at Guathon 2010?
- A preview of technology and functionality which is brand new, maybe even some things which have not been released yet….
- Time with other web community types – it’s run by the community for the community
- 5 Hours with the guy who knows everything there is to know about .NET
- Good content – no fluffiness (or Marketing!)
- Oh yeah and thanks to Microsoft’s sponsorship the event is TOTALLY free!
This is a hugely popular event! As of 1600 03/03/2010, there were a few places left – please sign up now if you are interested in going. A waitlist system will be in effect very soon.
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April and May 2009 are shaping up to be busy months for DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper!
First up, on the 4th of April, there is DDD Belfast. With a dedicated MVC track, this promises to be a event not to be missed! The full agenda can be found here. To register (to attend), please click here. The hash tag that’s already in use for this event is: #DDDBelfast
Next, on the 2nd of May, there is DDD Glasgow. All the information you’ll need can be found here.
The 23rd of May sees DDD South-West in Taunton (not Exeter as I had previously thought!). Click here to register (to attend) for this event!
The beady-eyed amongst may have noticed www.developerdeveloperdeveloper.com! This is a new portal site that we created in 2009 (huge thanks to @plip and @davesussman). We’re hoping to use this portal as the primary means of accessing all DDD events in the future. Watch that space!
Of course, regional DDD events doesn’t mean the end of the “Big Daddy” DDD that’s held annually in Reading! Rest assured that plans are afoot for DDD8, follow @developerday to keep track of all things DDD!
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