Speaking at Microsoft TechDays 2011 in Sarajevo


Last year Microsoft BiH as a part of local subsidiaries from CEE (Central and East Europe) organized DeyDays the conference about Launch of Visual Studio 2010. The conference was for developer audience only, and this year will not be the case. Since the popularity of the conference was great, Microsoft decided to change conference in conceptual and context level.  This year conference is expanded from one track to two Developer and IT Pro tracks. The conference is also changed the name from DevDays, as was for developer audience only to TechDays which means developer and IT pro audience.

As a Speaker again, I am exciting to forthcoming conference. The last year I was speaking about Windows 7 and .NET 4, but this year I will speak about more exciting stuff: WCF  :).

The conference will be organized in Hotel Sarajevo on 26. May 2011.

WCF in N Tier Architecture – will be my presentation. The presentation will have less ppt slides and more C# codes. In fact this will be full coding session with more than 40 (of 45) minutes of coding in C# and Visual Studio 2010. The presentation level is 200-300 so any of you who want to start with WCF is welcome, as well as of you how has knowledge about WCF. Short description about my presentation can be found here.

More information about TechDays 2011 conference can be found at official web site www.msdevdays.com.

About Bahrudin Hrnjica

PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Microsoft MVP for .NET. Likes .NET, Math, Mechanical Engineering, Evolutionary Algorithms, Blogging.

Posted on 11/05/2011, in .NET, Bihać .NET UG, C#, TechDays2011 and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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