TechDays 2011: Early Bird Pricing Extended Until 28 February 2011

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Register now with extended Early Bird pricing
Discover new technologies and increase your knowledge about current technologies on April 26, 27 and 28 at Metropolis, Antwerp. Do you want to attend at a discounted price? We have good news for you: the Early Bird pricing period has been extended until February 28, 2011. Register now and save up to €125!

Why you should not miss this year's TechDays
TechDays 2011 delivers more than 80 technical sessions presented by top national and international speakers. The 3-day conference covers overview to very technical sessions on .NET language, framework and tools evolutions including C# and Visual Basic futures, WCF, parallel programming, development practices, OData, VSTS, ...; new web and client development techniques and technologies like ASP.NET MVC 3, HTML5, MVVM, Silverlight 5, Windows Phone 7, XNA, etc; and of course the newest stuff covering the Cloud with the Windows Azure Platform.

Further you can expect how to learn to write PowerShell scripts, how to lockdown your pc infrastructure with Applocker and Group Policies, how to build high available virtualization infrastructure, what VDI is and what the impact will be on your infrastructure. Finally you will also discover the vnext versions of some of the System Center product and the future of SQL Server.

Deep dives
On April 28th we are organizing different deep dives. Deep dives are full day post-conference workshops delivered by industry experts.
This year's Deep Dives are focused on Application Lifecycle Management, the Cloud (Windows Azure Platform), Direct Access and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
For the ALM Deep Dive we can also confirm that some of the speakers are Visual Studio ALM Rangers (check out this site if you don't know what the Rangers are).

Top speakers
Even more top speakers have been confirmed, out of which we can give you a few names including Vittorio Bertocci, Glenn Block, Brian Keller, Rob Miles, Ingo Rammer, Clemens Vasters, Don Jones, Dan Holme, Jeremy Moskowitz, Dandy Weyn, John Craddock and many more…
Keep an eye on the TechDays website as we will continuously announcing confirmed speakers and sessions.

Save your seats for TechDays 2011!