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Eveniment: Mobile in the Cloud (13 octombrie - Sibiu, 8 noiembrie - Cluj-Napoca)

iQuest v-a pregătit 2 eveniment extrem de interesante, unde urmează sa țin și eu o prezentare. Sa nu ratați prezentarea lui Bernd Kullick care se anunța extrem de interesanta. Intrarea este libera. Va așteptam pe toți!
Interesat să ții pasul cu cea mai nouă tehnologie și să afli tot ce e nou de la specialiștii cu experiență?
Pe 13 octombrie la Centrul de afaceri Sibiu și pe 8 noiembrie la Hotel City Plaza Cluj-Napoca ai oportunitatea de a participa la evenimentul Mobile in the Cloud, un eveniment marca iQuest cu sprijinul Microsoft. Vei afla cele mai noi informații despre tehnologiile de cloud și mobile development de la profesioniștii care lucrează la probabil cel mai mare proiect de Cloud din Europa.
Programul pe care ți-l propunem este:
9.00 – 9.30 – Registration & Welcome coffee
9.30 – 9.45 – Keynote
9.45 – 10.15 – Introduction in Microsoft Windows Azure cloud platform, Zoli Herczeg, Evangelist, Microsoft
10.15 – 10.45 – Azure project showcase: EyeOnEarth, Bernd Kullick, Senior Consultant – Windows® Azure, Microsoft Services Germany
10.45 – 11.00 – Coffee break
11.00 – 11.30 – Development of cloud connected Smartphone Applications, Petru Jucovschi, Evangelist, Microsoft
11.30 – 12.30 – Sudoku7: A Windows Phone 7 and Azure Development Experience, Radu Vunvulea, iQuest
12.30 – lunch
La Sibiu, evenimentul se va desfasura in sala de conferinta din corpul A, etajul 2, al cladirii Centrul de Afaceri Sibiu, iar la Cluj-Napoca, locatia este sala Ballroom a hotelului City Plaza Cluj. Detalii suplimentare si update-uri se gasesc pe pagina dedicata evenimentului www.iquest.ro/mobileinthecloud .
Participarea este LIBERĂ, în limita locurilor disponibile – rezervați-vă chiar acum unul pentru Mobile in the Cloud!
Ne vedem acolo!

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  1. Ne-am vazut, si a fost ok. Bafta in continuare in Cluj, fara emotii ca e foarte bine ce ai facut.

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