TechDays Online is back for it's fourth year! This three day conference is geared towards IT Pros and developers who want to get the scoop on Microsoft’s cloud-first, mobile-first products and platforms. It kicks off on the 3rd February, so be sure to add it to your calendar.
Last year Steve Ballmer made an appearance, and in 2015 Microsoft is promising another great year of keynote speakers.
We can reveal we will have Mary Jo Foley keynoting! Mary Jo has covered the tech industry for more than 30 years for a variety of publications and Web sites, and is a frequent guest on radio, TV and podcasts, speaking about all things Microsoft related, and on ZDNet, she blogs at allaboutmicrosoft.com.
Here’s a top-level view on the agenda for this year:
Day 1: Devices and Managing a Mobile-First World
An exploration of Windows 10, as well as how the latest hardware releases and innovations in Microsoft Azure to help you manage your device estate.
An evening with Office 365: The evening sessions will uncover how you get started with configuring Office 365.
Day 2: The Journey to the Cloud-first World
We made some significant announcements in recent months, this day is designed to help IT Pros understand these. We’ll be taking a look into the Windows Azure Pack for those wanting to create their own clouds as well as looking at non-traditional topics such as open source, Docker and Containers. We will also be joined (virtually) by the father of Powershell and our old friend, Technical Fellow Jeffrey Snover.
Day 3: Multi-device, Cross-platform Development
Designed for developers seeking practical guidance on modern cross-platform development, plus the latest news on Windows 10.
Check out the full agenda here.
If this sounds interesting to you, you can go ahead and register.
Everyone that registers, and attends at least one of the days, will be entered into a draw to win a Surface Pro 3. Go here to get started.
Will you be tuning in for TechDays online? Which day are you most interested in? Let us know in the comments section of via @TechNetUK.