ITCamp 2011 is over!

We wish to extend a big thanks to the 200+ atendees, the sponsors and organizers for the couple of amazing days we spent at ITCamp 2011! We'll be expecting you at the next editions! Until then, on our Facebook page you'll find photos from the event, and the links to the presentation slides are available for viewing/download next to each session in the event agenda. We've recently published the video recordings of the sessions from the event, for those of you who couldn't attend.

ITCamp 2011 in numbers

  • 2 conference days, with 2 parallel tracks each day (Dev and ITPro)
  • 19 speakers (among whom we have 10 Microsoft MVPs and 4 international speakers)
  • 21 technical sessions and over 5 hours of networking/discussion breaks

Don't miss ITCamp if:

  • You want to be up to date with the latest IT technologies
  • You appreciate the chance to interact with highly skilled professionals in your area of expertise
  • You are an IT manager, team lead, programmer, database or systems administrator and you work with the Microsoft Application Platform
  • You want to find out more about useful stuff meant to improve your existing skillset
  • You enjoy presentations held by experienced speakers, who are well known across the country or even across the world
  • You wish to attend trainings that are both cost-efficient and packed with useful info
  • You intend to expand your customer or collaborator/partner portfolio

If any of the rows above rings a bell, we'd like to invite you at ITCamp: a premium conference, where the latest technology and a lot of amazing people will meet under the same roof.

What's in it for me if I attend the event?

On top of all the reasons mentioned above, we know from our own experience how important your time or your company's time is. That's precisely why the sessions will be highly tehcnical and practical, focusing on showing how to use today's technologies and less on presenting tomorrow's technololgies. Even so, we won't be ignoring any presentations and open panel discussions on topics pertaining to future versions of those technical solutions.

What's the cost for me?

Even if we're talking about a community event organized via a non-profit NGO, where all the speakers volunteer to get involved and they are in fact the ones to suggest the topics, for a two-day conference with so many sessions and speakers there are still some logistics-related costs that need to be covered (lunch and coffee breaks, renting the conference rooms and location, video recording for all the sessions, travel and accomodation for the speakers coming from other cities/countries etc).

From the get go, it was our intention to make sure that the added value of paying the attendee fee and taking the time to attend the event is significantly higher than the attendee fee itself. And considering the speaker list and the event agenda, we believe we've done our job.

Who are the organizers?

The event organizers are people involved in the .NET developer community, with experience in organizing technical sessions and seminars for developers visible on, and the community, which covers the entry and mid-level ITPro zone, targetting IT administrators.

I want to know more!

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