April 3, 2013
Liverpool, UK (RPRN) 04/03/13 — On the 9th April the second free full day developer conference, stacked will take place in Liverpool.
Following the success of the first Stacked event back in August last year, the second full day developer conference is almost at capacity. This year the day is centred around Windows Azure, with an incredible line of 5 speakers who are well known in the community, a chance to network with the other attendees, speakers and sponsors on the day it would be a shame to miss out. There are only a few spaces left, register today to avoid disappointment.
This year the event is being held in Liverpool City centre in the brand new LJMU Redmonds Building, with state of the art facilities, free wifi, comfortable seating with desk space. The speakers are from all over the world and they include, Scott Klein from Microsoft US, Mike Taulty from Microsoft UK, and they will be covering some of the following topics, Azure Mobile Services, tips and tricks around Azure Websites, building your own Azure Management Portal, ‘Kung Fu’ migration to SQL Azure and Windows Azure and Embedded devices.
Mando Group, Microsoft, Jet Brains and PluralSight are all sponsors of the conference and there will be representatives from all these companies attending the event so a great opportunity to network. There will also be giveaways and a raffle throughout the day.
Gary Pretty, Founder of the Stacked and Deputy Head of Programming at Mando Group commented:
“I am thrilled we are hosting our second stacked event, really looking forward to the day and I’m pleased to see that the sign up has been so positive. With our line of speakers, attendees should go away with a wealth of new knowledge and the demand for future stacked events will be high.”
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