Wrocław City Stadium
3rd March 2017
By inviting you to the 3rd edition of WROC# we’re offering you an opportunity to not only develop yourself, but also to support others in their development. How? To participate in the conference this time you need to get a ticket of 150 PLN via biletprosze.pl. The whole sum collected from the sale will go to 3 local non-governmental organizations that efficiently solve local community problems. WROC# will develop you and you can develop: environment (Stowarzyszenie Natura I Człowiek), children from foster care (Fundacja Przystanek Rodzina) and impaired adults (Fundacja L’Arche). We’re proud and happy to announce that our great collaborator: biletprosze.pl, a portal that’s administrating the tickets selling process, has decided to join us in doing the right thing and donate its commission to these NGOs as well. Together we can do more!
The registration for the conference starts in February. Stay tuned.
Sign up to get more info
Steve is working as a developer for Microsoft in the team that brings you the ASP.NET technology stack, IIS, and other web things. Previously he developed .NET software as a contractor/consultant for clients in Bristol and beyond, plus wrote some books for Apress, such as Pro ASP.NET MVC Framework. From time to time, he speaks at user groups and conferences, and recently have been running a bunch of training courses on topics such as C#, SQL Server, and of course ASP.NET MVC.
Shawn Wildermuth has been tinkering with computers and software since he got a Vic-20 back in the early ‘80s. As a Microsoft MVP since 2003, he’s also involved with Microsoft as an ASP.NET Insider and ClientDev Insider. You may have taken one of his more than twenty courses on Pluralsight (http://shawnw.me/psauthor) including his latest: “Building a Web App with ASP.NET Core, MVC, EF and Angular”. He’s authored eight books and innumerable articles on software development. You can also see him at one of the local and international conferences he’s spoken at including TechEd, Oredev, SDC, NDC, VSLive, DevIntersection, MIX, Devteach, DevConnections and Dev Reach. He is one of the Wilder Minds. You can reach him at his blog at http://wildermuth.com.
Tess is a full stack developer on the Microsoft Platform. Over the course of her career she has done everything from soldering circuit boards, burning EEPROMs, debugging nasty hangs and crashes to developing apps and working with UX. She is equally passionate about beautiful algorithms as she is about beautiful User Interfaces and awesome User Experiences. She loves to share what she learns, at conferences and on her blog
Frans Rosén is a tech entrepreneur, bug bounty hunter and a Knowledge Advisor at Detectify, a security service for developers. He's a frequent blogger at Detectify Labs and a top ranked participant of bug bounty programs, receiving the highest bounty payout ever on HackerOne.
Frans was recently featured as #2 on Hackread's list of 10 Famous Bug Bounty Hunters of All Time and the results of his security research has been covered in numerous international publications such as Observer, BBC, Ars Technica and SC Magazine.
Chris Klug is a senior software developer/architect at a company called Novatrox in Sweden. He’s been working as a developer on the Microsoft stack for the last 15 years. He has also worked as a trainer and spoken at conferences all around the world. He loves a complicated problem, and thinking outside the box. However, if he was allowed to spend his time doing anything he wanted to, he’d be on the beach kiteboarding or in the forrest mountain biking.
Maarten Balliauw loves building web and cloud apps. His main interests are in ASP.NET MVC, C#, Microsoft Azure, PHP and application performance. He co-founded MyGet and is Developer Advocate at JetBrains. He’s an ASP Insider and a former MVP for Microsoft Azure. Maarten is a frequent speaker at various national and international events, organizes Azure User Group events in Belgium and is a track owner for Techorama. In his free time, he likes brewing his own beer. Maarten’s blog can be found at http://blog.maartenballiauw.be.
WROC# conference is a really unique opportunity for industry specialists, .NET enthusiasts, and all thirsty for knowledge to see well-known and respected experts. Our goal is unchangeable – we want to bring together bright minds and give inspiring talks that are focused on subjects and issues close to the .NET web developer’s heart. Come and hear what world-class keynote speakers are saying. By attending, you’ll develop your knowledge and you will get an opportunity to share your experience with the IT community.
This year we’re preparing the 3rd edition of the event. In the two last years, every time WROC# conference brought 450 people to Wroclaw. Each of our conferences consisted of 60-minute talks on various aspects of programming. We had the pleasure of hearing outstanding speakers – Dan North, Chris Klug, Julie Lerman, Matt Ellis, Ian Cooper and Mark Rendle etc. The WROC# agenda is always full of diversity – Angular, Entity Framework, Asp.NET are just few of them. It’s a tradition that after the fruitful presentations, we always invite our guests to take part in the party full of delicious meals, WROC# beer and fun.
Don’t miss the event this year and spend a day full of knowledge with us! If Chris Heilmann said: “As you know, I cover a lot of events and have so for several years. (…) WROC# was outstanding in every aspect” do we need to convince you any more ?The only thing you should do now is to be alert and wait for registration! Be alert all the time – the tickets for our last edition disappeared in a… second! We hope to see you there, so make sure you don’t miss out our event updates on Twitter and Facebook.