Introducing Tech.Days Live 2011, 23-25 May
Nine events (and counting), two locations, one week. The main attraction will be three one-day events at the London Vue Cinema, Fulham Broadway, London. In addition, there will be evening activities across town in Victoria at Microsoft's offices in Cardinal Place. We'll be releasing registration details on Twitter as they become available, so follow us to stay informed.
Just like last year, we’ll be running two tracks during the event, one aimed at IT professionals and one at developers. Here’s a taster of the content we’ll be covering:
- Deploying Windows 7 and Office 2010
- Virtualisation, Hyper-V and the private cloud
- Moving infrastructure and platforms to the public cloud
- Building and deploying applications onto the Azure cloud computing platform
- The latest features and futures for Windows Phone 7
- Building rich applications with Silverlight 5
- Deep dives on the web platform, IE 9 and the HTML5
Save the date in your diary now and keep your eyes peeled for more details coming here soon.
I hope I will get email notification (as I have in previous years) at the same time the twitter goes out! Email is a universal method for informing people of this sort of thing...I don't really want to have to take out a twitter acount.
Hi Jeremy, yes you will - we'll be sending out further emails shortly.
Damn I can't come this time as I am still at school it is a week befor I leave for good lol hope it gose well anyway last years was good
Is it possible to attend this event online? I would love to attend the one for IT Professional :o)
So to clarify, the event will be three days long per track, or one day in duration, repeated over three days? Would help to plan with time out of the office.
We'll be recording all the sessions for those of you unable to make it :-)
In the meantime, have a look at this series of IT pro online Tech.Days sessions taking place from February to June. More info: blogs.technet.com/.../just-one-week-to-wait-until-our-first-it-pro-tech-days-online-event.aspx.
The three days will each cover a different topic. Hope that clears it up for you!
when do think we can expect the registration will be open for this event?
Hi Nathan - we'll be opening registration in March :-)