Dallas TechFest been running for 4 years and has been one of the best attended conferences in the region. Every year, the purpose of Dallas TechFest is to provide the best content possible at a reasonable cost. In past years, we’ve been sponsored by Microsoft, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Adobe, Telerik, MyEclipse, and many other top companies in the field. In 2011 for the first time Dallas TechFest will be a two-day event, focused as always on delivering an excellent, multi-platform, and multi-language technology conference.
Date: August 5-6, 2011
Time: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Location: University of Texas at Dallas
Register today at dallastechfest.com.
This year, Credera is a Platinum Sponsor and will present in 10 different sessions over the two-day event, including:
“Leveraging the Three20 Framework for iPhone Applications” by Phillip Verheyden
“ASP.NET MVC vs. Web Forms” by Thiago Silva
“jQuery is a Library, not a Framework” by Ryan Smith & Kenny Rosenberg
“From Delegates, to Lamdas and Expression Trees: Your Guide to Elegant Code in C#.NET 4.0″ by Chander Dhall
“Security Choices: Using OAuth and SAML in Java” by Dustin Talk & Vik Jain
“Discovering the Potential – The Microsoft xRM Development Framework” by Chris Griswold & Rick Gipson
“Introducing Open Administration – A Framework to Easily Build Rich Administration Screens” by Brian Polster
“Building a Better User-Experience with JQuery and WCF” by Jeff Hewitt
“The Holy Grails: A Workshop on the Grails Framework – Part I & Part II by Erik Weibust