Monthly Archives: February 2011

Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions: Proposal Submission Open

By popular demand, the community-led Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) sessions will be held again at Tech·Ed 2011 in Atlanta. BOF sessions are open discussions on developer and IT topics of interest to Tech·Ed attendees. These sessions are organized and selected by volunteers from GITCA and INETA.

The discussion in each session is led by a volunteer from the community. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to submit a session proposal for consideration. Your proposal will be reviewed by the volunteer community organizing team and considered for one of the BOF session slots. Two people are welcome to join forces and submit a joint session proposal. You must be attending Tech·Ed to submit a proposal. All proposals must be received no later than Monday, 3/21/2011. Submitters will be notified whether their session proposal was accepted no later than Monday 4/4/2011.

Details on submitting a BOF session proposal can be found at

Devscovery 2011

Devscovery is embarking on a three city Know How Transfer tour in 2011.

Plan to join us in Redmond May 24th-26th, Raleigh September 19th-21st , or Austin October 18th-20th  to get in-depth .NET training that matters to you.

Register for any of these events by February 28th and receive $75 off the conference fee (use code IND). Devscovery is more than just another .NET conference -it is a premier training event where our experts put their real-world experience into your hands. Devscovery’s goal is to transfer Know How that will empower you – intermediate to advanced developers – with the knowledge you need to leverage the .NET technologies that are imperative to the applications and projects you are working on, on a daily basis. Plus, this year 50% of our Devscovery sessions are brand new! This will be an entirely new event you won’t want to miss.

To view the conference agenda click here.

To register click here.