Here are the top 10 reasons to get excited about mvcConf:
- It’s free
- An outstanding lineup of community presentations in three simultaneous tracks (interactive sessions via LiveMeeting)
- An awesome series of presentations from the product team, including:
- Keynote by Scott Guthrie
- Phil Haack on NuGet
- Steve Sanderson on the great MvcScaffolding system he and Scott Hanselman have been cooking up
- Brad Wilson on Advanced MVC 3
- We’ll be live streaming the Microsoft speakers from the newly renovated Channel 9 studios, which means
- Lots more space for more attendees this time
- Great quality video
- Live, smooth streaming video so you can rewind and catch parts if miss a bit due to “too much awesomeness” overload
- On demand video with no downtime after the event – we’ll keep the smooth streaming player running after the event until the on-demand videos go live
- Great variety of sessions focused on hard-core MVC development, but with some sprinklings of related tools like WebMatrix, IIS Express, WCF (with Glenn Block), and lots more
- Supporting jQuery project – we’re donating a portion of the proceeds to the jQuery project
- Awesome sponsors – financial and technical support (including expenses like live video streaming) has been covered by great sponsors, like Umbraco, Microsoft, telerik, DevExpress, NimblePros, and TechSmith.
- Great community involvement – one of the best features of the first mvcConf was the backchannel communication in the IRC rooms and via Twitter. This is a great opportunity to mingle with some of the top developers, community leaders, and the ASP.NET product team.
- Did I mention it’s free?
After registering, why not read more about how we ran the first mvcConf (July 2010), and check out some of last years’ session recordings (lo-fi recordings last year, this years’ recordings will be high quality thanks to a donation from TechSmith).