COMING SOON: TechDays Online 2013 is on it’s way….


We are currently within planning stages of TechDays Online 2013, which we are incredibly excited about.

Last year was a huge success, we had 3 days of exciting Dev and IT Pro content. Highlights included Jeffrey Snover (father of PowerShell), lots of great MVP’s and even world cup winning rugby player Will Greenwood joined us for a Skype Call.

Building on last year’s success, we hope to make this year event even bigger, and even better. We have a wave of innovation coming through which will undoubtedly feature, but also want to throw it out to you the audience to impact what happens this year.



- What would you like to see featured this year? 904179_516553658410875_1299570889_o

- Last year we delivered dedicated IT Pro and Developer content days, we would like your feedback on whether this worked well for you?

- Would prefer to have dedicated days split up over two 1/2 day sessions and a general technology day for both audiences?

- What did you think of TechDays Online 2012?


We are keen to learn your thoughts on how to improve and enrich your online experience for TechDays Online 2013!





Comments (5)

  1. Mark says:

    I'm looking to refresh/renew my MCSA from Server & Exchange 2003.  Something that might help give a 'nuts & bolts' view of how things have moved on, but with focus on certification rather than a product overview, would be great!

  2. jimmy white says:

    Server 2012 R2, more on Hyper-V clustering, More on Storage spaces

  3. Dave Bird says:

    Loved the last lot, just need time at work to watch them, more new goodies really. Windows Azure and 2012 R2 are good starts, but also new workplace join and BYOD.

  4. Hi guys, we shall be confirming the dates for Tech Days Online Autumn 2013  shortly and sending you details on the content and how to register.  All of the topics you have suggested are in the mix for the programme that we shall share with you later this month. Keep the suggestions coming! – Has anyone any thoughts on whether they would like 1/2 day or full day's of dedicated content?

  5. Graham Wilton says:

    I'd like to see new features of Windows 2012 & R2 applied in Enterprise environments.

    I missed last year so can't comment.

    I think two half days fits better and a full day fits better.

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