Couldn’t make it out to TechDays Canada? Made it out but couldn’t split yourself into 6 people to attend all of the tracks? No worries! All 70 sessions of technical content across the 6 track are now available to everyone at TechDays Online (techdays.ca).
With full HD videos of the sessions from Toronto and Montreal, PowerPoint decks, and virtual labs for that hands-on experience, you and your colleagues and/or friends can enhance your skills and learn about awesome new technologies right from the comfort of your home or office.
Since I know you’ll want to start with the Development Tracks (you are on the Canadian Developer Connection blog after all), I’ll start with those:
If you’re interested in IT Pro content, take a look into these tracks:
And last by not least, for something completely different, Local Flavours with John Bristowe (@jbristowe) highlights the unique needs and characteristics of Technical Professionals across Canada by celebrating these differences – individuals shared their knowledge and expertise, showcasing the great work that is happening in their region.
We made the commitment to you to have the content available for everything, and now we’re happy to say that we’ve delivered on it! A big thanks to our leadership team for this investment, enabling you to make the investment in your skills development.
TechDays 2011 and MSDN Flash
With TechDays 2010 now available to you, it’s time to get working on TechDays 2011. Dates and locations should be coming out in Spring 2011 (so soon!) Keep in touch with us by subscribing to our newsletter – MSDN Flash. It’s free, delivered to your inbox every two weeks, and it’ll keep you informed of key details such as dates and locations, early bird notices, as well as other technical news that may be interest to you.
Tell Us What You Think
A lot of effort when into putting together TechDays Online, so we’d love to hear what you think, what you liked, what we can do better with TechDays 2011, and anything else you’d like to share with us. Join the discussion at Ignite Your Coding on LinkedIn or post comments here on our blog.