Microsoft Web Camps – Free Local Training with Microsoft Experts

What is a Web Camp?

Microsoft Web Camps 2011Web Camps are a Microsoft initiative aimed at developers looking to learn and build websites with ASP.NET MVC, WebMatrix and OData – all the fun stuff that we here at DevExpress are researching to make sure you get the most out of this new Microsoft technology.

2–day Web Camps cover all three of the above topics and are led by Microsoft pros including Scott Hanselman, Phil Haack and our favourite Rachel Appel.

1-day events are also available for those who want to focus on a just one of the specific topics.

Where is my closest Web Camp?

Web Camps are being held, literally, all over the place! From South America to Saudi Arabia. You are bound to be able to find and event happening close to you. And with a list of locations that is being added to regularly, there really is no excuse for you not to take up this great opportunity.

Coming up on Monday March 7th is a Microsoft legend, double-header with both Phil Haack and Scott Hanselman at the same event. By registering for this 2-day extravaganza in Austin, TX you can learn about these technologies from the people inside Microsoft who have worked on these projects since their earliest days – it’s literally learning about tech “from the horse’s mouth”!

How much will this great training cost?

With such luminaries as these teaching the classes, I’ll bet you think these training events will cost you or your boss the salary of a small European country, don’t you?

No. These events are totally free of charge. That’s right. Nothing to pay to attend. Am I making this clear enough? You just need to show up with a laptop, some drinks and snacks and your ID and you’ll be ready to rock and roll.

Where can I find out more?

I’m glad you asked. Head on over to the Web Camps site and you can find a full listing of all of the current locations for upcoming events, download materials and register for an event near you.

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