Rick Kierner posted on July 8, 2009 05:21

I’m speaking at DevLink on August 15th, 2009. 

The devLink Technical Conference provides technical content of interest to Software Developers, Solution Architects, Database Administrators, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Technology Executives and IT professionals looking for the latest and greatest information available.  You will have the opportunity to learn from industry experts from around the world. See cutting edge techniques to solve your development challenges today and build the next generation applications of tomorrow. No other local event, no corporate trainers, no one else will compare to devLink's standard of excellence and commitment to real-world, practical information designed to take your skills to the next level.  Not only are we bringing all this cutting edge information to you in Nashville, but we are doing it for a fraction of the price you would pay at another conference.

DevLink is offered at an extremely great value.  For only a $100 ticket, you get some awesome content from some awesome speakers/presenters.  The connections that you can make are just out of this world.  It is not often that you have the opportunity to discuss your technical interests/challenges with so many people of this caliber at one time.  I strongly encourage you to attend if you have the chance. 

You’ll be able to find me in several of the Silverlight, SharePoint, and iPhone topic sessions.  If I’m not there, I’ll probably be found in Open Spaces.  If you’re not familiar with open spaces, I encourage you to check out at least the opening circle at 9:00 am on Thursday August 13th.

I’ll have two talks. 

  1. Integrating jQuery into SharePoint: JQuery offers developers the ability to build rich, platform independent application interfaces for the web.  SharePoint offers developers the ability to deliver scalable, productive solutions while not requiring the developer to create elaborate persistence layers.  Put the two together and we'll see why JQuery + SharePoint is better than Peanut Butter & Chocolate.

  2. Test Driven SharePoint Development:

    Well tested applications are more efficiently maintained and enhanced. This is especially true when you are integrating with a third party system.  We'll discuss the practices necessary to drive your development in SharePoint through effective, efficient unit tests.

If you’re interested on how to make your SharePoint applications more awesome or you are interested on how to make your SharePoint applications more easily maintained or enhanced, please attend my talks.


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