TechBash 2017 – Speakers, Sessions and Discounted Ticket Info

If you are a regular reader, you are probably familiar with TechBash. It’s a 3-day conference for developers featuring top speakers speaking about ASP.NET Core, DevOps, JavaScript, Mobile Development, Architecture and Design Patterns, Angular, Docker, C#, and much more!
It all began with TechBash 2016 last September. TechBash is hosted annually at the Kalahari Resort in Pocono Manor, PA. The conference is only 90 minutes from NYC, Northern NJ, and Philadelphia. We bring in experts from around the country  (and some from around the world) and fill an agenda with the content that modern developers need to know. This is our second year, happening October 4-6, and the event is shaping up to be even better.

At the time of this writing, we have announced 32 speakers and 47 sessions. Speakers are being contacted and confirmed daily, and we expect to have around 60 sessions at TechBash 2017.

Our discounted rate of $329 for this 3-day event ends soon! After July 21, tickets will increase to the full 2017 rate. Don’t forget to book your room at the Kalahari at our special low rate. After adding 3 hotel nights, you are still under $1,000 for an amazing conference at an awesome venue. Go talk to your boss and get your tickets ASAP!

TechBash is run by the TechBash Foundation, a 501(c)3 Not for Profit organization. It is entirely run by volunteers including myself. We make no money from this event.

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Announcing TECHbash 2016 – A New Developer Conference


A couple of years ago, a few developers in the community talked about hosting a new developer conference in the Northeastern US. Over the past six months, after several discussions with the CodeMash team, we turned the talk into action. Next September 28-30 (2016), we’ll be hosting the first annual TECHbash event at the brand new Kalahari Resorts and Conventions Center in Pocono Manor, PA. This location event is less than 2 hours from New York City and Philadelphia and around 4-5 hours from Washington DC and Boston. For the first year, we’re planning on capping the registration at 400 attendees. Also, while we plan to be technology agnostic, we’ll likely emphasize .NET for the first year.
If you’re interested in participating, please visit our landing page at If you’d like to talk to us more about it, feel free to reach out to one of our TECHbash Foundation board members on Twitter. The board includes Jason Gaylord, Andy Schwam, Devin Rader, Brian Minisi, Jess Chadwick, and myself.