Impressions from NDC Oslo 2017

Last week, John drove from Frankfurt area all the way up to Oslo (while I took a flight instead), so we could put up our awesome booth at the Oslo Spektrum Arena for NDC Oslo 2017.

The conference was really well organized with 9 parallel tracks, 3 days long!

Both MS Channel 9 and .NET Rocks had there portable studios put up for live audio and video streaming with interviews of  speakers.

At the attendee party there was this great 80's coverband "Loveshack" who did a great performance with all the great rock hits from Van Halen's "Jump" to Cindy Lauper's "Girls just want to have fun".

At our booth, I have talked with existing customers but also with a lot of people who didn't hear from us before. This gave me the opportunity to demo all the cool things we have in DevExtreme, WPF and our Reporting and Dashboard solutions. Because of the promo video we have for Coderush, I got quite some questions on that subject as well.

To see what NDC Oslo is all about, check the gallery below!


6 comment(s)

I have a significant birthday this year and by way of celebration am doing a motorbike tour - it appears that DevExpress have beaten me to it with the series of events London, Antwerp, Oslo marking out the beginning of my route - I don't suppose you're doing Bergen, Trondheim, Lillehammer, Malmo, Copenhagen, Hamburg or Bruges so I could catch you up?;o)

22 June, 2017

Steve, that sounds epic, have fun.

22 June, 2017

If you have a sidecar on your bike can I ride along?

22 June, 2017

Wow, that's over 1300 km to drive.

22 June, 2017

3600 miles the planned route but even if I did catch up with DevExpress tour I wouldn't have any space left in the panniers for any of their give away goodies :o(

22 June, 2017

Hi Steve, we'll have a bit of a break in the coming 2 months. This might give you some time to drive up to Mainz, Germany for the 20th anniversary of the Basta conference! We'll be there with our awesome booth, lots of givaways etc.

3 July, 2017

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