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The Date

This year's conference will be held on Friday and Saturday, August 20-21, 2010, at the Ameristar Conference Center in St. Charles, Missouri.  Sessions will begin at 8:00 a.m. and run through 4:30 p.m. on both days.  Registration and sign-in will open at 7:00 a.m. on Friday morning, and will run throughout the event.

The Venue

Based on the almost unanimous feedback from last year's event, we are very excited to bring our conference back to the Ameristar Conference Center.

The Ameristar has worked with us to offer a great rate on their large suites, should you be traveling from out-of-town -- or are just interested in a night away from home.  Attendees can book a suite at a discounted rate of only $139/night, which is a substantial discount from their standard rates.  We encourage you take the opportunity to hang around, spend the night, and enjoy the social events and networking opportunities that we have planned.

If you are interested in taking advantage of the discounted hotel rate, you can reserve your room online at Ameristar's Online Registration Site, using the special offer code: GDOTH10.  You can also call the hotel's reservation number at (636) 940-4301 and let them know you are attending the St. Louis Day of .NET 2010 to receive your discounted rates.

The Content

All attendees will have access to over 80 technical sessions by many great regional and national technology experts, covering a wide range of .NET development topics.  In addition to refreshments throughout the event, all attendees will be provided with breakfast and lunch on both days of the conference.

You will find sessions on many of the most current .NET development topics including:

  • Visual Studio .NET 2010
  • Silverlight 4.0
  • Windows 7 Series Phone Development
  • ASP.NET MVC
  • DotNetNuke
  • SharePoint 2010
  • Architecture
  • Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
  • And much, much more...

This year's event will also include many informal "Open Space" sessions where all attendees with similar interests can discuss current trends or issues they are facing in today's real-world development environments.

Finally, all attendees are invited to a social networking event at the HOME Nightclub at the Ameristar, which will be held on the Friday evening of the conference.

The Cost

The cost of this year's conference is $200 per attendee.  However, for a limited time we are offering a $75 discount for early registrants. To take advantage of this discounted rate, you must register on our site prior to July 10, 2010.  We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.  In addition, this year we allow for a single user of our site to easily register multiple attendees at once.

To register, please visit the official St. Louis Day of .NET site at www.stldodn.com, and click on the "Registration" tab.

For More Information

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We strongly encourage you to share this email, as well as the attached flier, with your peers and colleagues, and anyone else you think might be interested in this exciting event.

If you have any questions regarding registration, you can email us at organizers@stlouisdayofdotnet.com and we will be happy to address them.


Sponsors

We are extremely thankful to the many great sponsors who are partnering with us this year to help make the St. Louis Day of .NET 2010 a huge success. (There are still sponsorship opportunities available. For complete information, visit the sponsor page on the web site.)

Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 3:51 AM | Back to top


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That will be a big day for everyone. I think the pay for the attendee is a bit expensive. I'm sure that many people that very special event.

Mary from guêpière longue 
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