Scott Guthrie is coming to the UK for two days. He’ll be in Glasgow and Birmingham on March 25 and 26 respectively. Registration opened today, so click quickly for Glasgow and Birmingham tickets before they are sold out. Both events are free.
If you can’t make either of those, Microsoft are running a week of tech days in London to mark the launch of Visual Studio 2010 and to promote the new Windows 7 Phone platform. They are all in the Vue 6 Cinema Broadway in Fulham. [ Twitter tweme: #TechDays ]
- April 12 : Visual Studio 2010 – A Path to Big Ideas (for Heads of Development, Dev Managers and Software Architects
- April 13 : Getting started with .NET Framework 4 and Visual Studio 2010 (for developers : wait list only)
- April 14 : The Essential MIX – Highlights from MIX ‘10 with sessions on ASP.NET 4.0, Silverlight 4 and Azure (for developers)
- April 15 : Best of Breed Client Applications on Windows 7 – Windows 7 API, Building Rich Clients with .NET 4 and a bit of Azure (for developers)
- April 16 : Windows Phone – Developing for the Windows 7 Phones Series (for developers : registration not up yet)
If you’re a Silverlight fan, then Microsoft’s Silverlight Geek Jesse Liberty is doing a 9 day tour of UK with an extra in Dublin for those in Eire.
- April 12: The .NET Developer Network in Bristol.
- April 13 and 14: Microsoft Tech Days, London.
- Tuesday April 13: Silverlight User Group /London .NET User Group.
- Wednesday April 14: The Next Generation User Group, Cambridge.
- Thursday April 15: Black Marble User Group, Leeds
- Friday April 16: NEBytes, Newcastle Upon Tyne
- Monday April 19 Scottish Developer’s User Group, Edinburgh
Tuesday April 20 Scottish Developer’s User Group, Glasgow
- Thursday April 21 Belfast: tbc
- Friday April 22 Dublin: tbc
Overviews of the talks he’ll be giving can be found here on his blog.
Of course, if you’re in the US then you’ve also got MIX 10 (March 15-17), An Event Apart (April 5-7), the IA Summit 2010 (April 7-11), and Chirp : The Twitter Dev Conference (April 14 –15) to attend, so it’s not all bad really, is it?