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I’m speaking again at DevTeach this year in June in Vancouver.  Here is a comprensive list of things going on.

Party with Vancouver IT community Monday June 8th

URL: http://party.cuga.ca/Home.aspx

Vancouver IT community  is hosting Monday june 8th in Vancouver a DevTeach kick off party. This is the official social event  for DevTeach Vancouver. The event is not just for the attendees of DevTeach Vancouver it’s  a free event for everyone. It’s a unique chance for the attendees, speakers and locals  to meet and talk with a free beer and play pool.   The event will be held at the Soho location and you need to RSVP to attend.

 

Alt.NET and DevTeach Back to Back… May 11, 2009 10:35

URL: http://altnetconfcanada.com/home/index.castle
We are very happy to be sponsoring the popular ALT.NET in Vancouver. In fact the free Agile event will be happening in the same location as DevTeach just the weekend after. This means that you can attend the DevTeach conference (June 8-12) and stay for the weekend to attend two more days of training on Agile practices. This represent a unique opportunity to save on travel expenses and maximize your training. Registrations will open on May 20th and DevTeach attendees will have a special registration code that will insure 50 seats at the ALT.NET event.

Top ten ways to convince your boss that you need to go to a conference May 6, 2009 10:47

URL: http://www.devteach.com/WhoShouldAttend.aspx

I know how hard it is to convince your boss to send you to a conference. This is why I've asked the developer's community to help me find good reasons. Click here to read or play the Video result.

 

Top 10 ways to convince your Boss to go.
DevTeach SQLTeach Why You Must Register.

Special event in Toronto: How to improve testability with a modular architecture

URL: http://www.devteach.com/SpecialEvent.aspx
May 25th 2009 in Toronto: This workshop has been designed to give you a head start in modular architecture practice with abstractions such as the “layer”. You will acquire fundamental knowledge about how to partitions into layers the concerns of the application. We will demonstrate how to apply “top-down” as well as “test-driven” design techniques. You will learn how to correctly design the “velcro”, the visible interface of a module. In the same way, you will learn how to conceive a “fake” implementation, an efficient practice to test a module in an autonomous way. At the end of this workshop you will understand why architects require a unit of modularity that goes beyond object.

 

Pre-Conference: Three essential full days workshop on June 8th

URL:  http://www.devteach.com/PreConference.aspx
Take advantage of our great workshops in our Pre Conference day. The essential workshops will bring you up to speed with the new technologies and best practice of the industry. First we have the Build Business Applications with Silverlight 2.0 also Amanda Laucher will do a full day on F# and finally James Kovacs will be doing a workshop on Agile Development with loC and ORM.

Keynote: Visual Studio 2010 — Your Development Happy Place

URL: http://www.devteach.com/Keynote.aspx
Join Tim Huckaby at DevTeach and SQLTeach Keynote on June 9th. For more than 20 years developers have relied on Microsoft for the most powerful and productive tools. Visual Studio 2008 has already been widely adopted by many developers as their platform of choice. Now, Visual Studio 2010 is on the horizon and presents even greater opportunities for the creation of applications that target new platforms such as Windows 7 and innovative technologies like the Cloud and Parallel computing. This keynote will take a look at some of the best software built in the Visual Studio 2008 product family as well as preview some of the great innovations coming in Visual Studio 2010.

It's a jam pack 3 days conference schedule!

URL: http://www.devteach.com/Schedule.aspx
Take a look at the DevTeach/SQLTeach Vancouver impressive conferences schedule. 136 sessions will be presented in 8 rooms from June 9th to June 11th. The schedule is jam packed with advanced sessions. We are also including a Silverlight track and tracks on new application live-cycle. This three day schedule includes 37 SQL Server and Server product sessions, 17 Agile sessions, 17 on software architecture and 57 .NET sessions. DevTeach/SQLTeach Vancouver is the yearly event you can't afford to miss!

Bonus Sessions / User group night Monday June 8th

URL: http://www.devteach.com/BonusSession.aspx

Free for everyone just before the Party.

Beth Massi present from 6pm to 8pm

Future Directions for Microsoft Visual Basic and C#

· Presents Microsoft’s new managed languages strategy

· Demonstrates Language features in VB and C#

· Also shows off some VS2010 code editor features

Post-Conference: Three fantastic full day workshop on June 12th

URL: http://www.devteach.com/PostConference.aspx
Maximize your training time by taking advantage of our great Post-Conference. On June 12th, you have the exceptional chance to enhance your skills with three unique workshops. First we have Julia Lerman presenting Entity Framework (EF) also Mario Cardinal is presenting a full day on Best practices to design a modular software architecture and Peter Debetta and Don Kiely are presenting a full day on Security from ASP.NET to SQL Server.

posted on Monday, May 18, 2009 12:14 PM