IT/Dev Connections Sessions Catalog Ready for Public Consumption!

IT/Dev Connections Sessions Catalog Ready for Public Consumption!

I've been teasing quite a bit over the past couple months that we had a tremendous response for the call for sessions for IT/Dev Connections. The submissions were over-the-top and the quality of content and expert speakers in the mix was simply fantastic. It really gave us quite a tough go trying to put together the right mix of topics and speakers to ensure that IT/Dev Connections 2014 will be a memorable and hugely valuable event.

But, we had help. This year, we enlisted a trusted panel of actual community people to help vet the sessions, to ensure that the content would be exactly what attendees need and want. So, I'm positive that what we've finally arrived at will be valuable to anyone who wants to attend.

And, as promised, there will be some familiar topics and also familiar speakers for MMS alumni.

So, without further ado, here's the…

IT/Dev Connections Windows sessions

We have a few more we'll be adding soon. Plus, not in the sessions list, but also delivering content in sessions and as panelists are Mary Jo Foley and Paul Thurrott.

We are in talks now to secure our keynote speaker. We'll announce that over the coming weeks, but don't surprised when you hear who it is.

Also, check out what's in store for…

The SharePoint conference

The Exchange conference

The SQL Server conference

More to come.

What is IT/Dev Connections?

IT/Dev Connections 2014 is a week-long event in September (15-19) at the Aria resort in Las Vegas, making it a very comfortable and familiar setting for MMS alumni. IT/Dev Connections is 100% a community event. It's a deep dive technical conference, allowing attendees to easily obtain value that they can take directly back to work to implement and solve immediate issues.

Register today!

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