Long-time industry experts and Microsoft Press authors Jeff Prosise, Jeffrey Richter, and John Robbins will be presenting multiple classes this month (August 18-20 in Redmond, WA) at Devscovery, which features 33 in-depth sessions. (Scott Hanselman, Paul Mehner, and Walt Ritscher are also presenting.)

Here’s the overall schedule:

Day 1

 

9:00am
Keynote: Social Networking to Be a Better Developer and Keep/Get Jobs - Hanselman

10:45am
Practical Workflow Foundation, Part 1 - Mehner
ASP.NET MVC: Building Real World Apps, the Joy and the Pain - Hanselman
Day of Performance - Robbins

12:15pm
Lunch (provided)

1:30pm
Practical Workflow Foundation, Part 2 - Mehner
A Lap Around FX 4 - Hanselman
Day of Performance - Robbins

3:15pm
WCF Security - Mehner
Expression Blend for Developers - Ritscher
Day of Performance - Robbins

Day 2

9:00am
Day of Silverlight - Prosise
Azure and Services in the Cloud - Mehner
CLR/C# 4.0 - Richter

10:45am
Day of Silverlight - Prosise
Geneva and Federated Security - Mehner
Debugging During Coding - Robbins

12:15pm
Lunch (provided)

1:30pm
Day of Silverlight - Prosise
WCF Debugging & Error Handling - Mehner
.NET Debugging, Part 1 - Robbins

3:15pm
Day of Silverlight - Prosise
Introduction to the Live Framework and Mesh - Richter
.NET Debugging, Part 2 - Robbins

Day 3

9:00am
Day of WPF - Ritscher
Building Custom Controls for Silverlight - Prosise
Day of Threading - Richter

10:45am
Day of WPF - Ritscher
Packaging and Deploying Silverlight Applications - Prosise
Day of Threading - Richter

12:15pm
Lunch (provided)

1:30pm
Day of WPF - Ritscher
What's New in Silverlight 3, Part 1 - Prosise
Day of Threading - Richter

3:15pm
Day of WPF - Ritscher
What's New in Silverlight 3, Part 2 - Prosise
Day of Threading – Richter

To download a Conference Schedule in PDF format, click here.

You can also take advantage of this on Tuesday night:

Plan to join the Devscovery presenters for an action-packed, one-hour Panel discussion on Tuesday evening where you, the attendee, get your pressing, mission-critical questions answered by the experts. We plan on you driving the content – each attendee can submit their questions prior to the event. Extra bonus points for the attendees who wheel in their servers with the bugs they are struggling with to the Panel discussion. We truly want to hear about the issues and problems you’re facing. This is your chance to have a room full of developers help you over the hurdles you and your team are struggling with in your .NET development. This is an event for you by you! After the discussions (and hopefully bug fixing) you can stick around for hor d’oeurvres, refreshments and deep technical discussions.

And here’s some more descriptive text from the Devscovery site:

What is Devscovery?
Devscovery is a three-day multi-track in-depth technical conference produced by Wintellect. In 2009, Devscovery will provide 33 technical sessions to cater to the intermediate to advanced developer.

How much does it cost?
The cost of the conference is just $900

Who should attend?
Anyone interested in spending three days learning in-depth .NET content that they can apply to their work today should attend Devscovery.

Where and when is Devscovery?
Devscovery 2009 will be held August 18-20 at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond, WA (16070 N.E. 36th Way,Redmond, WA 98052).