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Save the Date: 2014 IT/Dev Connections Conference to be held at ARIA in Las Vegas, September 15-19

Save the Date: 2014 IT/Dev Connections Conference to be held at ARIA in Las Vegas, September 15-19

Related: "Top 10 Reasons To Attend DevConnections"

Mark your calendars, folks: Today, we're announcing that IT/Dev Connections 2014, will be held at the ARIA in Las Vegas from September 15th to 19th.

Renowned for delivering high quality and independent content on the entire Microsoft technology stack, IT/Dev Connection's training sessions teach developers and IT pros practical skills to make their jobs easier and more efficient. The conference delivers the very best possible experience for attendees by bringing in several knowledgeable and well-known speakers from around the world that provide how-to, technical guidance and advice for these technologies.

"Our independent status and in-the-trenches speakers mean our sessions address specific technology challenges head on and provide attendees with a hack, tip, or process to work around the issue. Attendees can take what they learned at our conference and implement it as soon as they are back in the office,” said Megan Keller, editorial director for Penton’s Technology Group.

The 2014 IT/Dev Connections conference will feature more than 180 demo-intensive, in-depth training sessions across five different tracks that provide an independent view of working with today’s most relevant technologies. Developers can look forward to a multitude of sessions on HTML5, JavaScript, DevOps and agile planning, Visual Studio. ASP.NET, .NET Framework, Entity Framework, and so much more.

But the learning doesn't just end with this year's conference. This year we'll be launching a two-day online seminar in the spring to provide future attendees with the tools they need to get the most out of this year's conference in September.

Visit the IT/Dev Connections website for more information and early-bird registration discounts.

See you there!

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