We're less than a week away from Prairie Dev Con! Here`s some need-to-know info!
Schedule is Now Posted!
The conference schedule is now posted on the website! Just click the 'Schedule' menu item to access it or click the link below:
You don't have to pre-register to attend any session. We use a "vote with your feet" style at Prairie Dev Con, meaning you attend whatever session you want whenever you want.
We will have paper copies of the schedule available on Monday when you register.
Registration will be on the main floor of the Viscount just outside the Royal rooms, and will start at 7:30 AM on Monday. We'll be directly across from the front desk. You don't need to bring a copy of your registration receipt, just some form of ID.
Breakfast, lunch, and coffee breaks will be provided over the conference. Breakfasts are *hot* - eggs, bacon, sausage, etc., so don't eat beforehand!
For those that identified dietary preferences, we'll ensure you have options at all meals.
For those that were registered for the conference through an invoice or as part of a group online, if you haven't yet then please take a second to fill out this *very* short attendee survey. We need to capture any allergies or dietary restrictions/preferences you may have as we're providing breakfast, lunch, and snacks at the conference. You can take the survey at the link below:
Free Microsoft Workshops
Microsoft will be putting on two *FREE* workshops Saturday, May 4th! These are open to anyone, whether they're attending the conference or not. Each are half-day sessions, with one in the morning focusing on web development and the afternoon on .NET development.
For more information, including how to register, please visit our blog at the link below:
Free Community Night
On the night of Tuesday May 8th, we'll be hosting a free community night! Think of this as a user group style event with Mark Stafford, Microsoft OData Product Manager, delivering a presentation on OData APIs! To get more information and register for this event, please visit the link below:
If you have any other questions, please let me know!