Local Flavours Track for TechDays Toronto

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In March, we announced that the Local Flavours Track would be featured in all eight cities and ever since our general call for presentation abstracts, the response we’ve received from technical professionals across Canada has been absolutely amazing. In fact, as the guy responsible for helping to organize these across Canada, the volume of abstracts that I’ve received has been a little overwhelming at times, but I think this simply demonstrates just how awesome our technical community is here in Canada.

Earlier today, we published the agenda for the Local Flavours Track for TechDays Toronto and here it is:

Day 1 (October 27, 2010)

  • Bootstrapping a Micro-ISV with .NET by James Standen
  • An Introduction to Code Generation with T4 by Joubin Najmaie
  • Leveraging Mobile Operator Network Services to Enhance Your Applications by Larry Baziw
  • Using Microsoft xRM for Rapid Application Development by Shan McArthur
  • Some Behind-the-Scenes Details about WPF MVVM Frameworks by Andrei Marukovich
  • Windows Identity Foundation Simplified: All the Scary Things Made Un-Scary by Steve Syfuhs

Day 2 (October 28, 2010)

  • Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, and Windows Azure - Better Together by Shan McArthur
  • Enterprise Application and Desktop Virtualization (VDI) with Citrix and Microsoft by Michael Berman
  • Developing for Windows by John Bristowe
  • Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Administrators by Mitch Garvis
  • Microsoft Lync Server: Transforming the Way People Communicate by Alla Burdo
  • A Lap Around Internet Explorer 9 for Developers by Pete LePage

Please note that you may download a PDF version of the Local Flavours Track agenda for TechDays Toronto here. It includes the presentation abstracts and timeslots for each session.

We received a boat-load of submissions for the Local Flavours Track for TechDays Toronto and I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to submit a session abstract. Selecting from the list of abstracts we received wasn’t easy; in order to have a great representation of the technical roles and technologies to cover for the audience in Toronto, we had to make some tough decisions. However, in the end, I think we have a great track for TechDays Toronto that folks will enjoy and I would strongly encourage you to come out and join us!