That Conference, which is one of the premier conferences in the Midwest, has ticket sales ending Friday August 1st. The conference is summer camp held for geeks at Kalahari Resort in the Wisconsin Dells. There are 150 technology sessions as well as family time events (you have to remember that the conference is at a waterpark).
Look to wrap up your summer with learning cool technologies with a good group of people from a great bunch of speakers.
Check out the live streaming .NET conference, dotnetConf, on Wednesday March 18th and Thursday March 19th.
“The dotnetConf is a free, 2 day virtual event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft. Over the course of the two days you’ll have a wide selection of live sessions that feature speakers from the community and .NET product teams. These are the experts in their field and it will be your chance to learn, ask your questions live and get inspired for your next software project“. Sound cool? Look at the entire agenda and make some time to listen in :)
The Chicago ALM User Group will start off the New Year with a non-technical topic for January. Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin will be talking on being a Software Professional. He will be discussing disciplines, attitudes and practices and will recommend approaches to follow.
The meeting will be on Wednesday, January 14th from 5:30PM until 8:00PM at the Microsoft Office in Downers Grove. To make sure they have enough food and drinks for everyone, please RSVP by Tuesday January 13th.
Start off the year right by learning how you can automate you application deployments with Octopus Deploy. The Software Development Community (SDC) in the Chicago suburbs will be having their January meeting with Ian Paullin giving you an intro on how to use Octopus. Octopus is a great tool for deploying your .NET applications and SQL Server database components.