Last month I wrote about two conferences coming up soon in Poland. Organizers were busy all the time working on providing you with greatest speakers and technical content, and today we know the full agenda of both events.
4Developers, 7th March, Kraków
Here is the agenda for .NET track:
- Ted Neward - Busy .NET Developer’s Guide to F#: Introduction
- Marcin Celej - Wykresy przy użyciu biblioteki .NET Charts
- Szymon Pobiega - Inversion of Control w systemach zbudowanych w oparciu o obiektowy model domeny
- Marcin Kruszyński - Model-driven development w technologii “Oslo”
- Barbara Fusińska - Od aspektów do Design by Contract, czyli wyraź swoje intencje
- Mateusz Kierepka - BOKU aktualnie KODU (Xbox 360) – czyli nowatorski wizualny język programowania
- Raymond Lewallen
I’m especially proud that we also have KGD speakers representing us on this conference.
You can find more information and registration form here: http://4developers.org.pl/
(There is a special discount available for KGD.NET members, so contact me before you register.)
C2C 2009, 14th March, Warsaw
I think C2C shoots for more sophisticated audience, and provides great content from both well known international speakers, as well as our polish best selected from speaker idol contest. Just take a look at list of sessions for .NET track:
- Marek Byszewski - Tour de VSTS 2010
- Julia Lerman - My Favorite Entity Framework Tips & Tricks
- Piotr Leszczyński - Kolejny kontener Dependency Injection? NIE - dziękuję! Czyli o koncepcji meta-kontenera słów kilka
- Ingo Rammer - Hardcore Production Debugging of .NET Applications
- Udi Dahan - Avoid a Failed SOA - Business and Autonomous Components to the Rescue
- Artur Paluszyński - Interakcyjne sceny 3D w Windows Presentation Foundation
Also check out the agenda for SQL and IT Pro tracks here: http://2009.c2c.org.pl/pl/sessions.aspx
Registration will be open soon. Registration ended very quickly because number of tickets was very limited. Hope you made it though and we can meet there.
Both conferences look very promising, and I do my best to participate in both.