You’ll find sessions that provide deep technical detail on specific topics like cloud infrastructure and management, big data and analytics, productivity, unified communications, operating systems, and mobile devices, as well sessions that provide strategy, guidance and best practices on security and topics including deployment, operations and usage. Microsoft claims they will be adding more sessions and labs in the upcoming weeks and recommend to check back for updates in the near future.
Like many other Conferences, Ignite is arranging a Pre-Day Sessions on Sunday, May 3, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. witch offers a more hands-on opportunity to extend your learning experience with a full day of focused training the day before the conference opens. You’ll be able to tap into the knowledge and insights of the people who, in many cases, literally wrote the book on their subject.
Network and network, then network some more
There is something special about the connections you make at events and Ignite is definately “the place to be”. There will be meet ups in lounges; fire-starter and birds-of-a-feather community-led sessions in theaters; regional, industry and technology-focused meal-time mashups; and after hour networking events with Microsoft tech and business leaders. You can
talk tech all day and night.
Mark your calendars for #IgniteJam
On February 3rd at 9:00 am PT, the Ignite event team and lots of speakers are ready to chat with you on Twitter. Microsoft will than answer your questions about the event and hear what you’re excited about in terms of community experiences and things to do in Chicago. Add the event to your calendar with this link.
For more information, visit ignite.microsoft.com