dotnetConf is back! Free live streaming developer event – June 7th-9th 2016
.NET plays an important role in the lives of many Visual Studio developers, I for one have worked on many ASP.NET, WPF Desktop and other back-end .NET services over the years in my career and therefore its really exciting for me to be part of the team to bring you yet another dotnetConf, back again and streaming live this week (and for free, with no need to register)!
Watch Live June 7th– 9th 2016, or catch-up on-demand via Channel 9 archive
You can watch the live stream on Channel 9 for three days, June 7th-9th 2016 by simply visiting the Channel 9 website between 8:30am PDT (keynotes) and 4pm PDT each day.
If you miss any of the content live, don’t worry! we’ll be sure to post every session on-demand after it streams live for you to watch anytime in the event page.
dotnetConf 2016 details: full Agenda is live
This year our virtual event will split its content across three days, with each day starting with a keynote and having an overall theme, here’s the details:
- Day 1, June 7th with opening keynote from Scott Hunter, followed by a full day of sessions focused on web development (ASP.NET & Azure) and managed Languages and Visual Studio debugging
- Day 2, June 8th, with opening keynote from Miguel de Icaza, followed by a full day of sessions focused on app development, including Xamarin cross-platform native apps, Windows development, App Services for Mobile apps, HockeyApp and NuGet
- Day 3, June 9th, with opening keynote from Scott Hanselman, followed by a full day of sessions from our community and FTE speakers on a variety of topics including ASP.NET, Azure, Xamarin, Unity game development, open source and much more
For the full agenda of all speakers and topics, you’ll find that info in the Channel 9 .NET Conf 2016 event website: https://channel9.msdn.com/events/dotnetConf/2016
You can also check out past dotnetConf events by visiting our Channel 9 Archives:
Thank you for reading and we hope that you’ll virtually join us for dotnetConf 2016 and we look forward to engaging with you on Twitter! Interact with our event by using the hashtag #dotnetconf and follow us on twitter at @dotnet and @visualstudio.
Dmitry Lyalin has been coding professionally for 16+ years, he’s worked in a lot of different industries helping companies solve problems through the use of technology. Dmitry currently works as a Product Manager for Visual Studio, with a focus on the developer community. In his spare time, he loves to work on side projects including building Windows apps and Azure cloud services and is an avid PC gamer.
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