Microsoft will be running a huge conference-- Future Decoded, and it's free
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October 24, 2014
Microsoft will soon be running a huge conference-- Future Decoded, in Londonís ExCeL Centre on
November 10 to 12, 2014.
The Tech Day on day 3 has a very busy agenda-- big name keynote speakers, eight training tracks and
one track dedicated to entrepreneurial startups and students.
Keynote speakers include the physicist Brian Cox and the AI expert Nigel Shadbolt, who is also the
co-founder and chairman of the Open Data Institute.
You can check out the running order and speaker bios on the event registration page, and for your convenience,
check out the program details near the bottom of this article.
For those into gaming, youíll be able to hear from the father of Elite, David Braben, and motor
sports fans can get up to speed with the latest Formula 1 innovation from the CIO of the Lotus F1 Team,
The keynotes sessions are followed by eight tracks of technical content and best practices, including Big
Data, cross-platform apps, Internet of Things and building apps for the Cloud.
You can also network and connect with Microsoft, their partners and your peers in the Expo
space in conjunction with Apps World.
All you need to do is blink and Microsoft will announce another update to their Cloud platform
Azure and in the more traditional data centre, the end of support for Windows Server 2003 is just
around the corner.
This track aims to bring IT Professionals up to speed with the latest advancements and help
with server migrations.
Microsoft have enlisted subject matter experts to help deliver the track including Microsoft Most
Valuable Professionals Paul Keely, Gordon McKenna and Damian Flynn.
This is just a taster of some of the content we have in store. No matter how you define success,
Future Decoded will help you get there, and itís free to attend.
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