We’d like to extend an invitation to you to submit session abstracts for the Spring 2020 DevIntersection, AngleBrackets, and AngularMix conferences that will be co-located at the Walt Disney World Swan. The main conference will be April 7-9, 2020 with pre-conference workshops on April 5th & 6th and Post-Conference workshops on April 10th.
Tell us your story! We encourage you to think outside the box, get creative, and impress us with an amazing session topic. We're also very interested in sessions that target enterprise application development. We encourage you to submit more than one session. Feel free to submit talks for the DevIntersection, AngleBrackets, and/or AngularMix conferences.
Please note that all selected speakers must follow our Code of Conduct, which can be found on our event web page: https://devintersection.com/#!/conduct
* The DevIntersection event focuses on Microsoft technologies. We are specifically looking for talks that cover ASP.NET (ASP.NET Core, Razor Pages, ASP.NET Core vNext and ASP.NET MVC), Web Forms, RESTful Services, ASP.NET with Docker, Security, Architecture, Azure, and other related Web technologies.
For our Visual Studio track we’re specifically looking for talks that focus on the .NET Framework (full .NET framework and .NET Core), C#, and Visual Studio.
Please submit 3 or more abstracts as this will improve your chances of being selected.
We’re looking forward to reviewing your session submissions for the next conference!
Dan Wahlin and John Papa
Co-Conference Chairs ASP.NET, AngleBrackets, and AngularMix
Conference Chair Visual Studio
Speakers doing 2 or 3 sessions the conference will cover up to 3 night’s accommodations at conference hotel Speakers doing 2 or 3 sessions along with a pre or port workshop the conference will cover up to 4 night’s accommodations at conference hotel Airfare covered up to $500 for domestic travel and $800 for international Full conference admission, including all conference sessions
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