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DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper (DDD) is coming to Scotland on the 10th of May

DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper (DDD) is coming to Scotland on the 10th of May

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Visit the DDD Scotland site to find out all about this event - if it's even 1/2 as good as previous Reading based DDDs you're in for a treat if you are able to go. Make sure you register ASAP to make sure you get a place put the date in your diary and visit the website to vote for the sessions you'd like to see - keep an eye on the website to see when registration opens as it's likely to fill up very quickly - thanks to John for correcting me via his comment.

I've copied the following description from the DDD Scotland website to give you an idea of what it's about:

Here’s a flavour of what DDS is about:

  • Technical Tracks - Each track will have different topics so you can choose to attend which sessions are of most interest.
  • Deep Technical Content - Because people who are prepared to attend on a Saturday are likely to want in-depth content most presentations will drill into specific features and technology areas.
  • 60 Minute Sessions - Balancing the number of presentations during the day, but still encouraging new speakers to share their knowledge. Activities will include presentations on a wide range of topics, a networking area and more.
  • Location - The Continuing Professional Development Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow G4 0BA
  • Date - Saturday, 10th May 2008 from 09:00 to 17:00
  • Tracks - 3 with a total capacity of 150 delegates

Don’t miss out on Developer Day Scotland as places will go very quickly. Look over the “Diary Dates” section for the key dates to avoid disappointment! You can also register on the site and we'll keep you informed by email.

Comments
  • You're a bit ahead of yourself. At the moment, the call for speakers and sponsors is only open. These will soon be closing and then the voting public get to chose the sessions. Thereafter, the registration will open and we hope "sold out" in no time at all.

    Please note, the conference day is not confined to only Microsoft technologies and we positively encourage people to submit any session they think the general public would like to see.

    Thanks for the plug.

  • John> Thanks for correcting me - I've edited the post accordingly

  • Thank you for taking the time to blog about the event.

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