Last Friday, I hinted at an upcoming announcement about IT/Dev Connections 2015. Today, I’m happy to announce that IT/Dev Connections 2015 will take place September 14-18, 2015 at the ARIA Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
With just a few hours left before I wrap up and start getting ready to head out to leave for IT/Dev Connections, I thought I’d supply you with one final conference-related post. I’ll have many more coming from the actual event next week, but this will probably be my last before my trek to Vegas. We’ve given you a bunch...
The Belgium Connection! In episode 5, we highlight our Belgium speakers Kenny Buntinx, Dieter Wijckmans, and Tim De Keukelaere.
Attending IT/Dev Connections 2014 next week and want to get prepared now? Grab the mobile app so you’re ready to go once the event kicks off.
For those like me who like to be ready to go when the conference starts, the IT/Dev Connections 2014 conference guide is now available for download in electronic format.
In a world of sidekicks and dynamic duos, our speaker highlights in Episode 4 of SpeakerShots shows why IT/Dev Connections is rich with talent, expertise, and stars. Today we highlight Paul Thurrott and Mary Jo Foley.
In this 2nd episode, learn a little more about Jedi Master, Michael Niehaus, and his padawan-turned-Jedi, Johan Arwidmark. IT/Dev Connections is only a couple weeks away!
In this 1st episode, learn a little more about keynoter Brad Anderson, Channel 9 rockstar Rick Claus, and the inventor of PowerShell, Jeffrey Snover. Again, IT/Dev Connections is only a few weeks away!
What do you believe is important and what would make a Microsoft mega-event worth attending next year?
Join Kent Agerlund and Secunia on Tuesday, Aug 19th at 11:00AM CDT and learn about Secunia’s Corporate Software Inspector 7.0 live. Are you a Microsoft System Center user struggling with how to keep your Java, Adobe Reader, Adobe Flash, VLC Player, Skype, etc. software up to date? Or are you unable to focus enough resources on these programs to ensure they are up...
With the Microsoft Management Summit now dead, TechEd in a state of flux, and IT/Dev Connections 2014 is only a few short weeks away, I’m feeling largely nostalgic. I show off some of my MMS SWAG memories laying around and detail how IT/Dev Connections is a lot like MMS.
I was chatting with a long-time MMS’er the other day and for some reason, he had no idea that IT/Dev Connections’ focus is to fill the void left by the Microsoft Management Summit and TechEd. He said, “Jeez, Rod, I wish you would have told me this before.” So, I thought this could be a chance to let you in...