Dr. Dobb’s SD Events is thrilled to announce our new .NET 3.0 Roadshows coming to a city near you this October!
Microsoft's new .NET Framework 3.0 (formerly WinFX) technology platform will revolutionize how .NET programmers develop Web applications. Taught by the top industry-leading experts, these in-depth sessions offer a profound insight into this new technology and its applications. You’ll shave months off your learning curve and will leave with a strong .NET 3.0 knowledge base.
Who Should Attend?Any .NET developer or architect would greatly benefit from the .NET 3.0 Roadshow. Basic familiarity with C# 2.0 and system programming is recommended.
Reasons to AttendThe .NET 3.0 Roadshow is your best source of training on this brand new technology. You’ll learn best practices, pitfalls, tips and design guidelines. You’ll gain the skills needed to start applying .NET Framework 3.0 to your projects right away. You’ll learn from the top industry leaders’ first hand experience and gain a profound insight into the technology and its applications. You’ll receive rich reference tools and resources that will help you with future projects. You will take-away the knowledge you need to make educated decisions on aligning your company’s roadmap with .NET 3.0 and to be able to assess the benefits and advantages. There is simply no substitute for being trained by the world's leading experts on the subject!
Where and When? Oct 9-10, 2006 — Los Angeles, CAMicrosoft District Office333 South Grand Ave. Suite 3300
Oct 10-11, 2006 — Mountain View, CAMicrosoft Mountain View Campus1065 La Avenida, Building 1
Oct 12-13, 2006 — Downers Grove, IL 60515 Microsoft3025 Highland Pkwy, Suite 300(just outside of Chicago)
Oct 16-17, 2006 — Reston, VA Microsoft Mid-Atlantic District Office12012 Sunset Hills Rd.
Oct 17-18, 2006 — New York, NY American Conference Center780 Third AveNew York, NYBetween 48 St. and 49 St. on the East Side of Manhattanamericanconferencecenter.com
Oct 18-19, 2006 — Waltham, MA Microsoft Corporation201 Jones Road, 6th Floor(just outside of Boston)