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It’s been almost an year, The "Houston Tech Fest" came again!
Contrary to last year, this year there are several Non-Microsoft tracks added to the event.
Overall there are          1) 3 .NET tracks
                                2) 3 Java tracks
                                3) 2 General tracks
                                4) a special Silverlight track
                                5) 1 Security track
                                6) Alt.net track
If you are nearby Houston, this is one of the cool event to attend to know your community. Register now, if you haven't so far!

Looking at the agenda, you can see SOGETI presenting in every time slot

11:30 AM    A look into the Ajax Framework              Mohammad Azam (MVP)
12:30 PM    Lunch / Birds Of a Feather
1:30 PM      Parallel Computing with .NET :               Timothy Rayburn (MVP)
1:30 PM      Building a blog with ASP.NET MVC          Ben Sheirman
2:45 PM      LINQ to SQL and Gotchas                     Mohammad Azam (MVP)
4:00 PM      Creating Services which Rock               Timothy Rayburn (MVP)

Posted on Wednesday, September 3, 2008 9:44 PM Technology | Back to top


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