It was one thing to see the DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper branding go regional within the UK and Ireland, now it has gone international!
May 15th 2010 sees the first international DDD in Melbourne, Australia.
For those who don’t know, DDD events are free, held on a Saturday. Content is typically Microsoft .net related, however there is opportunity of non-Microsoft content to be included. Typically, it’s a multi-track event, with 15+ sessions throughout the day. Community is the key driver behind the event: you will get the chance to mingle with your peers and chat with the speakers and organisers throughout the day. You might win some swag and you might get a free lunch! But you will leave the event more informed.
Microsoft MVP, Alex Mackey, author of Introducing .NET 4, has taken the format Down Under!
If you are interested in speaking at this event, please drop Alex and his small team an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Session submissions will be via the official event web-site, but there’s no harm letting the chaps know that you’re interested!
And if you’re interested in attending the event, drop the chaps an e-mail too!
Further details will be made available via http://www.dddmelbourne.com/