Now that we’ve entered August, we’re just three short weeks away from St. Louis Day of .NET (taking place August 20-21). Last year I gave two talks (Rhino Mocks and beginner’s guide to unit testing). This year I’ve been lucky enough to selected to be speaking again on two topics:
This conference is one of the best in the Midwest bringing in great speakers and content with a great venue (Ameristar). This year there are already over 500 people registered for the event with numbers likely to go even higher as the date nears!! It’s a great chance to learn some new technical content to improve your .NET mastery as well as network with several other .NET professionals in the area.
(My dirty little conference secret: I like session content, St. Louis has some great content, but for me, it’s the discussion that take place outside of and between the sessions. Breakfast with developers and geek out sessions over a pint of beer. St. Louis Day of .NET provided some of the best conversations of the year last year.)
If you’re planning on going let me know would love to connect in person…also I have two discount codes that I can offer that will get $75 off registration.
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