Registration is now open for St. Louis Days of .NET 2012

Registration for the St. Louis Days of .NET 2012 is now open!  The conference will once again be held at the Ameristar in St. Charles, Missouri, on August 2-4, 2012. The “early bird” price of $175 per person will be available through June 30. You’re going to want to ACT FAST THIS YEAR – due to our ever-growing demand and our desire to fit within our venue, we have had to cap our event to only 900 available tickets!

To celebrate our fifth year, we have a number of exciting changes in store. There is now an optional THIRD DAY of content. For an additional $75, you can come out on Thursday (August 2) and spend a full 8-hour day in a deep and focused dive into one of a handful of new and upcoming technologies and practices. (For instance, I will be hosting a hands-on workshop for the upcoming Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server.) The main conference sessions will, as usual, take place on Friday and Saturday.

In addition, we have two great social events planned on Thursday and Friday evenings. Take it easy after the long day of sessions and hang out with your peers, meet the speakers, or just have some great food and drink!

Meet your peers, make connections, have great discussions with industry leaders and luminaries. From start to finish, we look forward to bringing you our best and most exciting conference yet! Remember to spread the word – tell your friends and colleagues to register as soon as they can once registration opens up this Thursday.

And lastly, we still have great opportunities available to become more involved. We continue to review speaker submissions for those interested in presenting. Or if your company wants to get its name out there, we still have a few remaining sponsorship opportunities. Check out our website ( or email us for more information.

Speaker submissions:

Sponsorship information:

Thanks a ton for your ongoing support! We look forward to meeting you in St. Louis again this summer!


Posted on May 25, 2012, in St. Louis Day of .NET. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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