I’m very happy to announce that registration for Deeper in .NET 2008 is now open. You can visit the site now to get the latest info and register to attend.
Lots of the info is still in the works, but there is definitely some good info out there now. In addition to all of the info about our sponsors (we have six so far!) we’ve announced three of the speakers that will be coming to Milwaukee on April 5 for Deeper in .NET 2008 (DiDN).
We’re very happy to have Jason Beres from Infragistics returning to Milwaukee. Jason has been at all but one of our Deeper in .NET conferences and has spoken for us more than just about any other single speaker (that’s one of those unverified statistics, but it seems to be about right).
Also, joining us this year courtesy of INETA is Mark Miller from Developer Express. I’ve never experienced the pleasure of seeing Mark present myself, but everyone I speak to tells me that I’ve been missing out. His presentation is sure to keep you entertained and informed.
Our third speaker for Deeper in .NET 2008 is Richard Campbell. You may know of Richard from his company Strangeloop Networks, or perhaps you’ve heard him as co-host on .NET Rocks! I spoke with Richard on the phone the other day and he sounds just as excited about coming to Milwaukee as we are to have him.
More speakers, the schedule, and the details of the different sessions will be posted in the upcoming weeks, so please keep checking back on the site for the latest info. I’ll also try to post updates on my site as more details are finalized.
I mentioned earlier that we have six sponsors signed up so far. We’re very thankful to New Resources Consulting (Platinum), Edgenet (Platinum), Centare Group (Gold), Stratagem (Gold), Compuware (Gold), and Exacta Corporation (Silver) for getting involved and supporting the group. Without them there wouldn’t be a conference this year.
We still need more sponsors, though, to make DiDN a huge success, so if your company is interested, please have them contact me and visit our sponsors page for more info.
So sign up today and start telling everyone you know about Deeper in .NET. If you blog, blog about it and trackback here or send me a link. Tell your co-workers, family and neighbors. I’m very excited about DiDN and it’s coming up soon on April 5 (just over 7 weeks away)!