Just a quick post about the upcoming, in-person, TechBash 2021. If you haven’t heard, the call for speakers is now open on Sessionize. Check it out here and submit your sessions and workshops before June 4th.
We hope you’ll tell your friends and join us at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Pocono Manor, PA this October 19-22. We’ll have a day of full-day workshops on Oct 19th, followed by three days of sessions and networking with your peers. Read more about the CfP on the TechBash blog and follow TechBash on Twitter for the latest news and updates.
If your company is interested in becoming a TechBash 2021 sponsor, our updated sponsor prospectus is now available too!
I hope to see some of you (at a safe distance) this fall in the Poconos!
Reposted from the TechBash blog.
Are you ready for TechBash 2019? Many of you have been asking when tickets will be available, and now is the time.
If you want to save up to 20% on TechBash tickets for you and your team, Early Bird tickets will be available thru midnight EDT on August 23rd (or until they sell out). Visit our EventBrite page and choose a 3-day or 4-day ticket to join us on November 12th thru 15th at the Kalahari Resort in the Poconos. Get more registration info on our site.
Selecting either ticket type gets you tons of great content on Wed/Thu/Fri. We’ll have sessions from world-class speakers. Some names will be familiar to those of you who have attended in previous years, and we’re also welcoming some fantastic speakers to their first-ever TechBash event. If you select a 4-day ticket, you will also be able to attend one of our deep-dive, full-day workshops on Tuesday, Nov 12. Select one of these workshops during the checkout process on EventBrite:
- From Zero to Hero with Azure DevOps – Paul Hacker, Microsoft & Daniel Redman, Microsoft
- Intro to Web Components – Chris Lorenzo, Comcast & John Riviello, Comcast
- Doing More with Serverless on Azure – Rich Ross, Microsoft
- Modernizing Your Apps to .NET Core / .NET 5 – Sean Killeen, Excella
Get more info about our workshops and other speakers on the TechBash home page. And we are still finalizing speakers and sessions so be sure to check back often to see who else we’re adding!
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My wrap-up of Day 2 at Microsoft PDC 2008 just went live on DZone.com’s .NET Zone here.