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.Net Code Camp NZ 2006 details - when I am speaking

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 29-Mar-2006 07:33

The agenda for the .Net Code Camp NZ 2006, happening 22-23 April, in the Whitireia Community Polytechnic Campus (Porirua) is almost done, but our session description is complete and up.

Our sessions is entitled From Spare Room to Board Room: Making great ideas into a successful business.

"In this discussion Chris Auld, Mauricio Freitas (that's me) & Rod Drury will discuss their successes and learning experiences with their businesses, their plans for the future and where they see IT and software development going. This is an essential session for any budding business leaders wanting to start or grow a business from their passion in software."

You want to know why? Well, I think the session covers the whole gamut of experiences from the spare bedroom (me, with my decision to leave a large IT organisation to run Geekzone, Microsoft MVP Mobile Devices), Office (Chris Auld, CEO of Kognition, developer of mobility software and processes, Microsoft MVP Mobile Devices), and Boardroom (Rod Drury, entrepeneur, CEO of Aftermail, now part of Quest, Independent Director at Trademe, ex-Microsoft Regional Director and MVP).

If you are interested in .Net in general, and some other Microsoft technologies, check the .Net Code Camp page, check the agenda and join the weekend fun of coding.




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