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[Event] ITCamp 2014 - Early Bird, don't miss this great offer (May 22-23 2014)

If you work in IT industry, then you should booked a ticket for ITCamp that will be held in May 22-23, in Cluj-Napoca. This is the 4th year when this great event is organized and each year the number of participants is greater, the number of session and tracks is higher and higher. Also the quality and level of sessions increased drastically every year.
As usually, ITCamp will bring in Cluj-Napoca great speakers from all over the world. If I look on the list of speakers, I hardly wait to take part of session held by Tim Huckaby, Peter Leeson, Alex Ionescu, David Gard, Tobiasz Koprowski and other valuable speakers.
This year, agenda look very interesting. We will have 4 tracks in parallel. Yes, you heard well, 4 tracks in parallel. It will be pretty hard to decide on what track you should attend. The good news is that all the session will be recorded and you will be able to watch them offline.
Personally, when I look on the agenda I already have problems because I don’t know on what session I should go. There are a lot of interesting sessions that I would like to join but are in the same time.
If you want to learn how you can manage redundancy on Microsoft Azure (for public endpoints and databases) I invite you to join my session, which will take place in the second day of ITCamp, from 09:00 AM. Even if Microsoft Azure has great out of the box support for this, we need to know how to manage and get the best of it.
In conclusion, be prepared for the best ITCamp ever and don’t forget that Early Bird is open until April 18th. Book your ticket now!


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