An event offering seven concurrent workshops into today's leading technologies takes place in London in November. The number of places at each workshop is strictly limited so it is worth booking early. If you do so by Friday 28 July you can save £300.
SDD Deep Dive is a spin off from the Software Design and Development Conference, the annual London-based event that combines full-day workshops with three days of multiple tracks of hour-long sessions. Its three-day format, this year November 7th to 9th, provides an opportunity to focus intensively on a specific topic or technology, and gain an in-depth and practical understanding they can apply directly to their own work.
Deep Dive gives attendees the chance to keep abreast with current developments, and get an early insight into what’s on the horizon from independent experts who, as well as teaching others, are themselves actively involved in real-world software projects. All of the workshops will include practical examples and demos and attendees can even ask questions related to their own ongoing projects.
This year's event has seven workshops from nine expert presenters:
Details of each workshop is now available - click on these links to get the full description and breakdown for each of the three-days, plus any prerequisites:
- Neal Ford - Hands-on software architecture fundamental
- Jeff Prosise & John Garland - Building Cloud-based applications with Microsoft Azure
- Dominick Baier - Identity & access control for modern web applications & API using ASP.NET Core
- Kathleen Dollard - I will make you a better C# programmer (2017 functional edition)
- Chander Dhall - Mastering ASP.NET Core with Angular
- Allen Holub - Practical Microservices: nuts and bolts (architecture to implementation)
- Andy Clymer & Richard Blewett - .NET under the hood – how stuff actually works
The full price for each workshop is £1,245 plus VAT. This covers a hot buffet lunch each day, refreshments, and a conference T-shirt (in return for submission of a completed evaluation form), but not hotel accommodation. Save £300 by booking before July 28th.
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