For those who lived under a rock the last couple of months, you might not know yet, but there’s a new big international developer conference in Belgium which will take place on May 27 and May 28: Techorama.
Only 57 days left, so time to have a look at the ALM Track. I’m extremely happy with the speakers who will show up on stage.
May 27, 2014 (Day 1):
- Lean ALM: making software delivery flow and learning from software innovators [Dave West]
- Successful Scrum Team with Team Foundation Server [Neno Loje]
- Code is ready! What now? [Tiago Pascoal]
- A view on Agile adoption [Dave West]
- Lessons learnt using TFS Lab Management [Richard Fennel]
May 28, 2014 (Day 2):
- Cloud Development with a SaaS of SaaS – A Story of Continuous Improvement [Xavier Decoster]
- Using Microsoft Application insights to get application telemetry data [Marcel De Vries]
- Troubleshooting production issues with IntelliTrace [Jelle Druyts]
- Enabling continuous deployment by automating cross browser testing of your web applications using Visual Studio CodedUI [Marcel De Vries]
You have to agree, this is a great line up and next to the ALM track, there are many other interesting sessions to follow that fit into one of the other tracks: Cloud, Mobile, Web, Languages & Tools and SQL/SharePoint for Devs. Have a look at the full agenda.
So, what’s your reason not to be present at Techorama? What’s missing to get you there? Let us know because over the years we want to make this the best dev conference in Belgium and around!
That’s why we are also promoting Techorama in other countries. Last month we did a Techorama on Tour event in London where Gill and I delivered two technical sessions on Windows 8.1 and Visual Studio Release Management. Other on Tour events are planned but not confirmed yet …
On top of the breakout sessions, Techorama will deliver two inspiring keynotes and during the conference you will have the opportunity to meet your peers and visit our partners.
See you at the first edition of Techorama in Mechelen! All feedback is welcome!