patterns & practices Symposium 2013 in a little over a month!
The patterns & practices Symposium is the event for software developers and architects to have engaging and meaningful discussions with the people creating technologies and guidance at Microsoft.
This year’s Symposium topics span the spectrum of technology, architecture, and teamwork. You will learn about practices, patterns, and technologies that will save you time and reduce risk when creating Cloud, Web, and Windows-based solutions. The Symposium is also an opportunity to influence p&p and other product teams face-to-face to address the scenarios most important to you.
- This year’s theme is exploration—reflecting software development as a journey of discovery.
- Keynote Sessions by senior Microsoft executives including Scott Guthrie & Ales Holecek.
- Special keynote sessions delivered by Felicity Aston, the first woman to ski across Antarctica alone, and Adam Steltzner, NASA lead engineer for Curiosity’s Entry, Descent and Landing.
- 18 thought-provoking sessions.
- Symposium Party on Wednesday night.
- Scott Hanselman’s Coding Game show—back by popular demand!
Registration for the three day Symposium is $498.
More information about sessions, speakers, and registration is available online: