We’re bringing back Tech.Days Online on the 24th/25th & 26th of April. This time with more days and more topics. Simon and Andrew will be back and we’ll be introducing some new faces as well! We will also be providing free MVA points for the learning!
If you can’t spare the time to get out of the office or have a travel restrictions, then this is a great opportunity to learn from your browser!
– Learn online from the comfort of your own desk
– Register once and dip in and out of the sessions you want to attend
– Half an hour, bite size sessions on the topics you most want to hear about
– Dedicated sessions for IT Professionals and Developers.
– Ask the experts questions throughout the three days
– 50 free MVA points for anyone that attends
– Plus the opportunity to win loads of cool prizes!
Day One: Visual Studio 2012 – 24th April
Dedicated to developers and testers, learn more about Visual Studio 2012 ‘the tool for developing for Windows 8’ and hear from our experts and ALM Partners. We will cover Agile development with Team Foundation Server 2012, testing capabilities of VS and the new Team Foundation Service. We also welcome your views on what additional development content you would like us to include. We will update the agenda nearer the time, so you can choose which sessions are of most interest to you. Link to the survey to have your say.
Day Two and Day Three – 25th & 26th April
Two whole days solely devoted to IT Professionals, but there’s a twist; we want your help to set the agenda. Complete our short survey and choose the topics, speakers and content that you want to learn more about, so you get the most out of your time with us.
Register for your place now, and we’ll confirm the agenda in a couple of weeks-time based on the results of our survey. Once we’ve confirmed the agenda, you can then choose to attend the sessions that are of most interest to you.
Thanks for reading, we look forward to seeing you online at Tech.Days in April
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