Take A Deep Dive Into Development
Written by Sue Gee   
Thursday, 22 September 2016

There are still places available for SDD Deep Dive 2016, a set of 3-day workshops taking place concurrently in London from November to . Book your place before midnight tomorrow to save £200.

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The first SDD Deep Dive event in November 2015, which is a spin-off from the Software Design and Development Conference, was a popular event and this this year's is expanded version, with seven intensive workshops from nine expert presenters including Dino Esposito, Scott Allen, and Michele Lerous Bustamente.

Here's the complete line up and you can click the links below to find out more about each.

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The format has been designed to give delegates the opportunity to spend time focusing on a specific topic in greater depth. So if you want to hear from experts on  trending topics in a workshop environment with others who are equally interested and enthusiastic then this is the event to include in your calendar. 

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The number of places at each workshop is strictly limited so it is worth booking early, especially as if you do so by Friday 23 Spetember you can save £200.

 The price includes 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.

 

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More Information

SDD Deep Dive 2016

SDD Deep Dive 2016 Brochure (pdf)

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