aspConf - Free Virtual ASP.NET Conference
aspConf - Free Virtual ASP.NET Conference
Written by Kay Ewbank   
Monday, 16 July 2012

If you’re interested in ASP.NET, there’s a virtual conference running  July 17 and 18 that you can watch online for free.

According to the conference website, aspConf is dedicated to showcasing the ASP.NET stack as the platform for great web applications and to do this Microsoft has revamped the mvcConf conference to serve all of ASP.NET, Windows Azure, and the whole Microsoft web platform.

 

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In two full days there are over 60 presentations from really well known speakers from the ASP.NET community and the product team, with a choice of up to six one-and-a-half hour sessions happening concurrently,  The Tuesday keynote, at 11:30 PST (13:30 CST, 18:30UTC) will be delivered by Scott Guthrie and the one at the same time on Wednesday will be given by Scott Hanselman. The two keynotes are an hour in length.

 

Sign up for the conference at aspconf.net and see the Schedule to choose which sessions to follow.

 

 

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