Plip's Weblog

Phil Winstanley - British .NET chap based in Lancashire. Enjoys tea and tech. Working for Microsoft.

April 2005 - Posts

ASP.NET Conference UK - May 18th

I'm excited to announce the first UK ASP.NET Conference which happens on May 18th 2005.

Register Here

The conference has some of the most prominent speakers from around the world in ASP.NET!

Headlining the 1-day ASP.NET event is Dino Esposito, trainer and consultant for Wintellect ( and author of Programming ASP.NET and Applied XML Programming for Microsoft .NET. Dino also runs the Cutting Edge column for MSDN Magazine and is a regular contributor to MSDN News, Visual C++ Developers Journal and SQL Server Magazine. To meet Dino in person you would normally have to attend conferences such as Microsoft TechEd, VSLive!, VS DevCon, WinSummit or Wrox WebDev Conference, but now you have the opportunity to meet him at the spring VBUG conference in Sheffield!

Joining Dino we also have Steve Harris who is recognised as one of the UK's premier authorities on ASP.NET application development and in 2002 Steve co-authored "Moving to ASP.NET" with Rob Macdonald; Dave Sussman was the first person to write books for both versions 1.0 and 2.0 and speaks regularly on ASP.NET at conferences, including Microsoft TechEd and PDC. Microsoft also named Dave a Software Legend in March 2003 and an ASP.NET MVP in October 2003; Finally we have top QA trainer Darren Burford who wrote his first web page in 1992 and soon after wrote his first Web application written with CGI and Fortran of all things and now trains professionals on the subject of ASP.NET every day!

PLUS VBUG coordinators Phil Winstanly (MVP) and Richard Costall will be there to answer any technical questions you have on ASP.NET throughout the day. Check out the website for more details.

All this packed into just one day with prices starting from just £50!!!

So join us and get the Full Monty on ASP.NET with a selection of some of the best developers, speakers and trainers at your disposal.

Posted: Apr 28 2005, 10:50 AM by Plip | with no comments
Filed under: , ,
More Posts