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Web.NET is Closing Fast

Published 12 September 2012 12:58 pm

The voting for sessions has now closed, and sadly only half of the potential sessions could make it through. On the plus side, the sessions that floated to the top look great and, with the votes in, Simone and Ugo have moved right along and created a draft agenda to whet our appetites. Take a look, and let them know what you think.

I’d also strongly recommend that you get ready to grab your tickets when they become available next week (specifically, September 18th), as places are going to be snapped up fast.

In case you need a reminder as to why Web.NET is worth your time:

  • Complete focus on web development
  • Awesome sessions
  • All-night hackathon
  • Free (although I urge you to make a donation to help Simone and Ugo create the best possible event)

Put October 20th in your calendar, and start packing. I’ve already booked my flights, and am perusing the list of hotels while I eat my lunch.

Bonus Material

There will be a full day of RavenDB training on Monday the 22nd of October, run by Ayende himself, and attending Web.NET will get you a 30% discount on the cost of the session.

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