We are in the final stage of getting everything ready for the upcoming event in Paris. Thanks to our sponsors, we may now provide the European Community with a splendid event - and got nearly 250 registrations from all over the continent, from Ireland to Croatia, from Portugal to Belarus and even from Nothern Africa and the U.S.
Some of our highlights:
Get Together Party
The Welcomeparty on Thursday night will take place in the Osteria, a scenic hotspot of Paris' nightlife, starting at 7 pm. This is where our guest will be able to start networking with other DNN gurus instantly while having a few drinks and gather something to eat. Drinks and finger food will be provided by our sponsors and there is also the possibility to order meals. The place is just a few minutes walk from the hotels around the Microsoft Conference Center and we'll be there until at least 10pm. From there on we will see what else Paris has to offer... :-)
Check out the place Location Map
Day of DotNetNuke
The conference will start with key notes held by Microsoft and Shaun Walker. From 10am on we'll be ready to dive into our 24 excellent sessions (in 4 parallel tracks broken up by plenty of networking opportunities and and an enjoyable lunch break.
Meet the Speakers and Sponsors
In between the sessions, attendes may take the chance and meet our sponsors at the exhibition booths located in the entrance hall and just aside is our Speakers Corner. Get in touch with module vendors, DotNetNuke experts and meet core team members or even the DNN founder, Shaun Walker.
Speakers List Visit our Sponsors
Closing ceremony and farewell
Within the closing ceremony there is the chance to win fantastic prices provided by our sponsors. And afterwards, we'll serve a farewall drink (best French champaign), the last chance for chatting with other attendees.
On Saturday morning, members of the European Network of DotNetNuke Professionals experts will meet again to discuss various aspects of our future activities.
Check out the website
In total, we will have busy days, I am looking forward to - and might not be able to check the forums as frequently as usual ;)