.NET Day Switzerland 2019

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28 May 2019 Arena Cinemas AG, Kalanderplatz 8, Sihlcity, 8045 Zürich 08:00 am
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.NET Day Switzerland 2019

Welcome to .NET Day Switzerland 2019

.NET Day Switzerland 2019 takes place on Tuesday, the 28.05.2019 at the Arena Cinemas at Sihlcity in Zürich and is an independent technology conference for developers, architects and experts to discuss about and get to know .NET technologies all around .NET, C#, ASP.NET Core, Azure and more. Experienced speakers share their knowledge on the latest topics and give you deep insights into the world of Microsoft software development and beyond. In addition to the technical talks, .NET Day provides a space for discussions with the speakers and other attendees.

The .NET Day is your place for networking, discussions and questions!

.NET Day Switzerland is a non-profit Community Conference. All the speakers and staff engage on a voluntary basis because they are good people and want to support the Swiss .NET Community. Any positive financial balance from the ticket sales will be used to support non-profit organizations either involved in charity projects or the Swiss software developer community.

Questions, input or improvements can be dropped at any time via info@dotnetday.ch

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If you are interested in the history and background of .NET Day Switzerland and want to get to know the tracks and the speakers of 2018, read this blog post: here

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Very Early Bird

until 31.01.2019

299.00CHF

Early Bird

until 28.02.2019

399.00CHF

Regular

until the end

450.00CHF

Speakers

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Thomas Claudius Huber

Trivadis

Thomas Claudius Huber

Thomas is a Senior Principal Consultant at Trivadis and a Microsoft MVP for Windows Development. He works as a developer, consultant, and trainer in the fields of .NET, C#, TypeScript, XAML, and Azure. Thomas is a well-known speaker, book author, and Pluralsight author. He has written several special interest books in his areas, including an extensive handbook for Windows Presentation Foundation and a handbook on development with TypeScript.

Laurent Bugnion

Microsoft - Senior Global Azure Advocate

Laurent Bugnion

I am one of the foremost experts for XAML and C# based development. I code in Windows, WPF, Xamarin (iOS and Android), Unity, ASP.NET. On my free time, I write for technical publications such as MSDN Magazine, and my blog is on blog.galasoft.ch. I am a frequent speaker at conferences such as Microsoft MIX, TechEd, VSLive, TechDays and many other international events. Prior to joining Microsoft, I was a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Windows development from 2007 to 2017, a Microsoft Regional Director from 2013 and a Xamarin Most Valuable Professional from 2015. I am also the author of the well-known open source framework MVVM Light for Windows, WPF, Xamarin, and of the popular Pluralsight reference course about MVVM Light.

Marc Müller

4tecture

Marc Müller

Marc Müller is a Principal Consultant for Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and .NET-/Windows-Azure Solutions at 4tecture GmbH. He was honored for his community activities with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award (MVP) for Visual Studio ALM. He supported many customer projects with his deep knowledge in ALM, enterprise architectures and distributed component based systems. As a trainer and consultant his focus is teaching and coaching ALM- and .NET teams.

Adam Ralph

Particular Software

Adam Ralph

Adam is a distributed systems enthusiast and digital nomad working for Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus. He likes to speak at conferences, maintain open source projects, and fix white space rule violations. He is a practiced tea drinker and snowboarder and has been spotted coding in launderettes throughout Western Europe.

Daniel Marbach

Particular Software

Daniel Marbach

Daniel ist Software Engineer for Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus, and Microsoft MVP for integration. He is an expert on anything remotely related to asynchronous programming and a respected open source project contributor. He speaks regularly about async programming and quality driven software development at conferences and user groups. In his free time, Daniel lifts weights, enjoys dark roasted coffee, plays with his son and writes more and more code, until a self-made router hack turns his internet off.

Urs Enzler

bbv Software Services

Urs Enzler

Urs Enzler is an agile-minded software developer with a passion for complex architectural challenges, dev team development and team learning. He loves to speak about his experience in customer projects at conferences and user groups and is one of the co-founders of the .NET Usergroup Zentralschweiz. He does not only master the art of software craftsmanship but is as well famous for his sketch-notes that he uses to explain complex stuff in an understandable manner. He is a true artist and we are excited to have him on board.

Filip Wojcieszyn

Sonova

Filip Wojcieszyn

Filip is a popular .NET blogger, author, speaker, open source contributor and a Microsoft MVP. He is a core member of many high-profile .NET open source projects such as OmniSharp or scriptcs and author of numerous ASP.NET extensions/add-ons. Filip specializes in the Roslyn compiler (where he contributed a bunch of features), cross platform .NET development, modern web technologies and is experienced in delivering robust, large scale web solutions. He worked on projects in many corners of the world (Canada, Switzerland, Finland, Poland, Scotland).

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