Wow the time has flown past and honestly I have no idea where it has gone. We are flying towards DevDays at the speed of light and its going to be an awesome event. If you haven’t registered yet register now here. Here is what’s happening on the Day:

 

Cloud & ALM

Next Generation

All Things Web

07:00–08:47

Registration

08:47 - 10:30

Keynote

10:30–10:50

Tea Break

10:50–11:50

End-to-end software testing with Team Foundation Server  and Visual Studio 2010: Part 1

An end-to-end experience of Windows Phone 7 development: Part 1

ASP.NET web development with MVC

11:50–12:00

Movement Break

12:00–13:00

End-to-end software testing with Team Foundation Server  and Visual Studio 2010: Part 2

An end-to-end experience of Windows Phone 7 development: Part 2

A lap around Internet Explorer 9 for web developers

13:00–14:00

Lunch/ Lunch Box Session  - Tablets & Mobile Devices: The future of computing(Session Room 1)

14:00–15:00

Azure: Development from scratch 

Blend: Wiring it all together

A website's life: From sketch to publishing

15:00–15:10

 

15:10–16:10

Let’s get ready for the cloud: Building your applications so they are cloud ready

Code First in entity framework

Silverlight 5: The Future

16:10–16:30

Movement break

16:30–17:30

Exploring Windows Azure storage

LightSwitch basics: Building your first LightSwitch application

Kung Fu Silverlight: Tips and architectural patterns and practices

17:30–17:40

Movement break

17:40–18:00

Community sessions

Community sessions

Community sessions

18:10–18:30

Community sessions

Community sessions

Community sessions

18:30–20:00

Networking

We also have the following Community Sessions being presented in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

Johannesburg:

Mark Pearl Pimpin WPF & Silvelright Apps with Blend 4
William Brander An Introduction to Claims-Based Security Using WIF
Martin Cronje 10 Ways to Make your code rock

Cape Town:

Johan Olivier    Improving SharePoint Search Relevance
Cecil Du Toit     Using AppFabric Cache with WCF   
Garth Raulstone What the Mock? Test driven development, inversion of control, interfaces & some other bits and bobs.  
Niel Zeeman 5 misconceptions around TFS & VS 2010

See you all there its going to be Great.

Dave