Rod Trent et al. 2013 | Windows IT ProA (Non-Exhaustive) Listof Reasons to AttendIT/Dev Connections 2013
Content Diversity!
Content Diversity!Connections provides something for everyone,covering tracks like:•SQL Server•Development•SharePoint•Wind...
A LaidBack, InformalSetting
A Laid Back,Informal SettingDevConnections is a place where you can talkdirectly with the speakers and industryleaders, as...
ProgramFlexibility
ProgramFlexibilityYou can spend the week atDevConnections targeting your fortetechnology, but also jump tracks and learnne...
Thoughts from theWindows IT Pro Editors
"I think one major reasons to attend DevConnections is that we provideextensive independent content on Microsoft technolog...
"I think one major reasons to attend DevConnections is that we provideextensive independent content on Microsoft technolog...
"I would go to IT/Dev Connections because for SharePoint peopleit’s a more intimate experience than attending a massive, 5...
"For me, […] , its a way to sit down in a more intimate setting thansomething like TechEd, and get to know and learn from ...
"DevConnections’ material really focuses on what theseprofessionals need today, not tomorrow, or ten yearsfrom now." - Bla...
"The ability to cross tracks if you need to know a little bit about SQL Server orSharePoint or Exchange, etc. is a huge va...
Not To Mention…
Trust us… it’s a difficult argument to refute…
Come see us at Mandalay Bay at the IT/DevConnections Event September 30 throughOctober 4, 2013Register Here:IT/Dev Connect...
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IT/Dev Connections is the premiere annual professional development and networking event for the Microsoft technology community and will be held Sept 30 through Oct 4, 2013 at the Mandalay Bay Event Center in Las Vegas. The event will feature a veritable "who's who" of thought leaders and industry experts.

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  1. 1. Rod Trent et al. 2013 | Windows IT ProA (Non-Exhaustive) Listof Reasons to AttendIT/Dev Connections 2013
  2. 2. Content Diversity!
  3. 3. Content Diversity!Connections provides something for everyone,covering tracks like:•SQL Server•Development•SharePoint•Windows•Exchange•And more
  4. 4. A LaidBack, InformalSetting
  5. 5. A Laid Back,Informal SettingDevConnections is a place where you can talkdirectly with the speakers and industryleaders, ask them questions, and resolve anyinquiries you have before moving on to thenext session
  6. 6. ProgramFlexibility
  7. 7. ProgramFlexibilityYou can spend the week atDevConnections targeting your fortetechnology, but also jump tracks and learnnew things to help bolster yourprofessional life
  8. 8. Thoughts from theWindows IT Pro Editors
  9. 9. "I think one major reasons to attend DevConnections is that we provideextensive independent content on Microsoft technologies. When yougo to a Microsoft conference, you can expect some of the technicalcontent to be slanted to help bolster Microsoft’s mantra and mission.But when you go to DevConnections, you’ll find industry experts whodon’t aren’t afraid to point out some of Microsoft’s flaws from an IT ordeveloper perspective." - Blair Greenwood, Assistant Editor
  10. 10. "I think one major reasons to attend DevConnections is that we provideextensive independent content on Microsoft technologies. When yougo to a Microsoft conference, you can expect some of the technicalcontent to be slanted to help bolster Microsoft’s mantra and mission.But when you go to DevConnections, you’ll find industry experts whodon’t aren’t afraid to point out some of Microsoft’s flaws from an IT ordeveloper perspective." - Blair Greenwood, Assistant Editor"By attending SQL Server Connections, SQL Server pros are ableto meet and learn from the industry experts they have come tofollow and respect. SQL Server community members consistentlyreport that Connections allows them to learn the skills needed tomeet the increasing demands placed on SQL Server performancein the workplace." - Jayleen Heft, Editorial SEO Specialist
  11. 11. "I would go to IT/Dev Connections because for SharePoint peopleit’s a more intimate experience than attending a massive, 5,000-8,000-person SharePoint conference. This means you can focusin and really absorb the best sessions from SharePoint gurussuch as Dan Holme, Scot Hillier, and Asif Rehmani.Plus, SharePoint admins and devs don’t work in a vacuum—andwith IT/Dev Connections you can bring along your Exchange andWindows admins or your Web devs, too." - CarolineMarwitz, SharePoint Content Manager
  12. 12. "For me, […] , its a way to sit down in a more intimate setting thansomething like TechEd, and get to know and learn from the"celebrities" in the field. Its at once in a lifetime intensive learningopportunity and a way to get personalized insight from the bestminds in IT/Dev. Plus, Las Vegas offers a rare opportunity to consumeIn-N-Out Burgers." - Jason Bovberg, Senior Editor"I would go to IT/Dev Connections because for SharePoint peopleit’s a more intimate experience than attending a massive, 5,000-8,000-person SharePoint conference. This means you can focusin and really absorb the best sessions from SharePoint gurussuch as Dan Holme, Scot Hillier, and Asif Rehmani. Plus,SharePoint admins and devs don’t work in a vacuum—and withIT/Dev Connections you can bring along your Exchange andWindows admins or your Web devs, too." - Caroline Marwitz,SharePoint Content Manager
  13. 13. "DevConnections’ material really focuses on what theseprofessionals need today, not tomorrow, or ten yearsfrom now." - Blair Greenwood, Assistant Editor
  14. 14. "The ability to cross tracks if you need to know a little bit about SQL Server orSharePoint or Exchange, etc. is a huge value for any event. And, if attendees decide tocross tracks, theyll hear from the best resources in each track. What other conferencecan you attend and hear from people like Paul Thurrott, Mary Jo Foley, JohanArwidmark, Jeff Gilbert, Mark Russinovich, Keenan Newton (SharePoint), Dan Holme(SharePoint), Greg Taylor (Exchange), Mark Minasi (Windows), Itzik Ben-Gan (SQLServer), Stacia Misner (SQL Server), Miguel de Icaza (Developer), Rachel Appel(Developer), Daniel Egan (Developer) at the same event?" - Megan Keller, EditorialDirector"DevConnections’ material really focuses on what theseprofessionals need today, not tomorrow, or ten yearsfrom now." - Blair Greenwood, Assistant Editor
  15. 15. Not To Mention…
  16. 16. Trust us… it’s a difficult argument to refute…
  17. 17. Come see us at Mandalay Bay at the IT/DevConnections Event September 30 throughOctober 4, 2013Register Here:IT/Dev Connections Registration

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