Central Ohio Day of .NET this weekend!
The past couple months have been crazy, between wrapping up things for the year at one of my clients and the overall craziness of parenthood, that I forgot to mention – I’m presenting on PowerShell 3.0 this weekend at Central Ohio Day of .NET (CODODN) in Columbus!
What I love about this conference is that it’s purely technical, no soft skills. If you want a great soft skills conference in the area, check out Kalamazoo X. However, if you’re looking for super affordable .NET training, CODODN is a great opportunity! The speakers include published authors, MVPs, Microsofties, and those who are active in the community. The content is all over the board – including web (HTML5, ASP.NET, JS), cloud (Azure), desktop (Windows 8, XAML), overall (BDD, application security, deployment strategies), embedded (Gadgeteering), and backend (MSMQ, VMs, PowerShell).
Tickets are free or $10. If you don’t mind giving your email and name to sponsors, then get a free ticket. Otherwise, if you don’t want to give your email and name to sponsors, pay $10 for the ticket. Either way, those prices make those tickets a steal – especially if you consider the content and the speakers.
If you haven’t gotten your ticket yet, (updated 12/4/2012 9:40pm) it looks like you may be missing this awesome conference, as tickets are SOLD OUT!
Hope to see you there!