Tulsa TechFest is THE largest developer conference in the Northwest Arkansas/Eastern Oklahoma area. It is also the original TechFest, if you are a developer in this region this is the conference you won’t want to miss.
I will be presenting two sessions; Introduction to Agile Software Development, and Visual Studio 2010 Web.Config Transformations. The second session will also take a look at corporate deployment challenges and will suggest some strategies to try now, as well as, show how Visual Studio 2010 will help solve them in the future.
This years event is only 1 day and is on Friday so it is an awesome excuse to start the weekend early and learn something new.
Who knows if we get the release candidate for Open Jeopardy ready we might get to have some fun with that as well.
David Walker and crew always to a great job with this event. Here is the info, go a head and register, you know you want to!
Friday, Nov 6, 2009 at OSU – Tulsa
8:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Keynote by Joe Fletcher – UX lead for Microsoft Surface team
13 Tracks – 65 Sessions of top developer, architect, designer and IT pro content
FREE event – just bring 2 cans of food for the Eastern Oklahoma Food Bank or $2 for the Family and Children’s Services of Tulsa
Just visit http://tulsatechfest.com to register today!
I am very pleased to announce that I have had my MVP with Microsoft for ASP .NET re-awarded. I am extremely honored to receive this award. Over the last year I have had the privilege to get to know other MVPs and feel awe struck to be among them. I have learned a lot and hope to continue learning.
My community is awesome, I want to give some credit where credit is due. The Northwest Arkansas developer community is awesome and in my opinion is one of the best have had the honor of working with. I am going to have to keep my skills sharp and work hard to keep up for next year. There are several very talented people in my area and I expect to see many of the become MVPs in their own right in the future.
Thanks to Microsoft for the honor be be an MVP and thanks to my community for helping me get there.