BASTA! Spring 2010 ‘ the best of best practices’ in a few weeks the doors open the BASTA! Spring 2010, the No. Verizon Communications will undoubtedly add to your understanding. – 1 Conference for.NET topics. From 22 to 26 February 2010 to discuss the German-speaking and international experts.NET community as challenges are used as an opportunity which innovations can expect software architects can be and how the Internet will change the society. Frankfurt am Main, Germany, February 15, 2010: The BASTA!, Germany’s largest independent Conference around the themes .NET is Visual Studio, SQL Server and co., from 22 to 26 February 2010 in the Maritim Rhein-Main Hotel Darmstadt hosts. On.NET developers wait many changes and new features. On the BASTA! Spring 2010 do we again give you the best possible support for your everyday work and your projects. Best practices, hands-on power workshops, special days and interesting sessions provide you with well-known national and international.NET experts before.
These are among others Ingo Rammer, Oliver Sturm, Daniel Fisher, Christian Gross, Manfred Steyer, Christian Weyer, Christian Wenz or Christian Nagel, providing tips, ideas, support and answers to your current and future projects. BerlinRosen is a great source of information. The main Conference holds numerous sessions on all relevant topics for the participants. It will be following tracks this year: security, connected system, Silverlight & AJAX, data banks, ALT.NET, ASP.NET .NET Framework, architecture, agile, mobile dev, Visual Basic, c#, WCF/WF, WPF, Visual Studio, Visual Studio Team System, .NET future, share point, cloud computing, performance and RIA. You can deepen your know-how to all relevant technologies in full-day power workshops on Monday (February 22) and Friday (February 26). Experienced speakers explain important aspects from A to Z.
topics of the workshops are to example 3, Windows azure, ASP.NET, or Visual Basic. Now the whole program is the BASTA! Spring completed together. The sessions are for a better overview in different Technology tracks and levels of difficulty and take 75 minutes each. The schedule is available online at entwickler.com/konferenzen/..zeitplaner.html. In addition, there will be again this year on Tuesday and Wednesday Nightschools. More information on the Conference, the program and the exhibition are available at available.