Details are now available for DevWeek 2014 which this year has a new venue in the heart of central London. With more speakers, sessions and topics than ever before it also lets delegates share their tickets. Register by Friday January 31st and save up to £200.
DevWeek 2014 takes place March 31st to April 4th. It new venue is Central Hall Westminster, the largest conference venue in Central London.
The format, as in previous years is a three-day conference, Tuesday to Thursday sandwiched between two full day workshops on the Monday and Friday.
During the event 49 speakers, over half of them new faces at DevWeek, will be talking about everything from Android and iOS development, to app security, Hadoop, SQL, NoSQL, Azure, ASP.NET, HTML5 and more.
In addtion to 102 breakout sessions, organized in 10 tracks, there are two plenary keynotes. The first which open the conference has the title Death by dogma versus assembling agile and is to be presented by Sander Hoogendoorn. The other on Integrity Driven Development will be delivered by Roy Osherove.
There's something for every developer in the schedule. Mobile devs can get up to speed with the latest trends for Android and iOS with sessions from Mark Murphy and Paul Ardeleanu. Database devs can listen to experts such as Bob Beauchemin, Dejan Sarka and Michael Kennedy talk about SQL Server, NoSQL, MongoDB, Hekaton, Hadoop. Microsoft's Mike Taulty will talk about portable .NET code, Windows 8.1 Apps and Windows Azure Mobile Service, while Giles Davies will showcase what’s new in Visual Studio. Web developers will find sessions and workshops on ASP.NET, MVC, node.js, HTML5, Twitter Bootstrap and Angular JS.
As usual delegates will find it difficult choose which breakout sessions to attend due to there being too many of interest - but unlike workshops, which have to be booked in advance due to limited space in each, you don't need to make your mind up until the last minute.
If you can't attend the whole event, DevWeek 2014 allows you to share you ticket with others in your team - although you have to register the names and days of attendance at registation.
Register before Friday January 31st to save up to £200.