Tech Days 2012 in Kosovo

Dukagjin Maloku, 2012-05-11

Another Tech Days Prishtina where I will speak about SQL Server 2012 for IT Pros. After a success event in Tirana (Albania), next week in Tech Days Kosovo 2012, I’m honored to be part of the speakers team, where I will speak about SQL Server 2012 new arrivals. According to the previous Tech Days events we will have a great audience over 350 attendees, seems this year will be more than that! However, the event will have in parallel two tracks, the Dev Track with the speakers (Karl Davies-Barrett, Betim Drenica, Arian Celina, Rexhep Kqiku & Lamir Shkurti) and IT Pro Track with speakers (Damien Caro, Dimitar Grozdanov, Driart Elshani & Dukagjin Maloku). The agenda information:

IT Pro Track: aka DPro-Track, while all speakers name started with D!

  • Damien Caro – All about the Cloud-s
  • Dimitar Grozdanov – Learn how to start building your privat cloud
  • Driart Elshani – MS Forefront TMG implementation in the Kosova’s Government IT infrastructure (success story)
  • Dukagjin Maloku – 10 reason to love SQL Server 2012
  • Damien Caro – Windows Server 8

Dev Track

  • Karl Davis-Barrett – Windows 8 a ride on the Metro Application Platform
  • Betim Drenica – Windows Phone Applications using Windows Azure
  • Arian Celina – MVC 4 and WebAPI
  • Lamir Shkurti – 10 reason to love SQL Server 2012 for Developers
  • Rexhep Kqiku – What’s new in VS11 (oriented in ALM)

Links to register for  Tech Days & IT Camp are:

Tech Days Kosovo 2012

IT Camp

Stay Tuned!

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