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TechNet Wiki International Summit 2015





Finally its here! We are just couple of hours away from my presentation at the Technet wiki international summit 2015.

This Summit edition will be a unique conference to be held by Community members, based only on TechNet Wiki articles created to share problems and solutions, providing the opportunity to acquire knowledge and strengthen contacts between IT Professionals and Developers, to improve their professional growth. 

Let's thank what has been accomplished on TechNet Wiki and encourage Attendees to share ideas and knowledge about different articles. 

For more detailed information, read http://aka.ms/wikisummit2015


My presentation will be based on Azure DocumentDB and will be inline with the following wiki articles:

a. Creating and Querying Microsoft Azure DocumentDB
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/29717.using-microsoft-azure-documentdb-in-an-asp-net-mvc-application.aspx

b. Using Microsoft Azure DocumentDB in an ASP.NET MVC Application
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/29717.using-microsoft-azure-documentdb-in-an-asp-net-mvc-application.aspx




Please find below the schedule for today:


 DAY 2 - March, 18th
Time / GMT  DEV trackWIKI track  INFRA track
GMT "-8"  :  09h00AM
GMT "-2"  :  03h00PM
GMT "0"   :  05h00PM
GMT "+2" :  07h00PM
"Creating and Querying
Microsoft Azure
DocumentDB"
by Chervine Bhiwoo
"Visio with Office 365
SharePoint Online"
by Daniel Christian
aka Dan Christian
GMT "-8"  :  09h45AM
GMT "-2"  :  03h45PM
GMT "0"   :  05h45PM
GMT "+2" :  07h45PM
"Visual C#:
Working with
WCF Data Services"
by Jaliya Udagedara
"Cross-Linking and Making
our Articles Discoverable"
by Richard Mueller
"Transact-SQL:
The power of
INSTEAD OF Triggers"
by Ronen Ariely aka Pituach
GMT "-8"  :  10h30AM
GMT "-2"  :  04h30PM
GMT "0"   :  06h30PM
GMT "+2" :  08h30PM
"Building a Business
Intelligence Solution with
Power BI Components"
by Paul Turley
"Wiki Ninjas
Social Media"
by Ronen Ariely aka Pituach,
Peter Geelen
and Sandro Pereira
"Windows Server:
Leading Spaces in
Active Directory Names"
by Richard Mueller
GMT "-8"  :  11h15AM
GMT "-2"  :  05h15PM
GMT "0"   :  07h15PM
GMT "+2" :  09h15PM
"Small Basic and TechNet"
by Nonki Takahashi
"Exchange Server"
by Ugur Demir
(only Turkish Language)
GMT "-8"  :  01h45PM
GMT "-2"  :  07h45PM
GMT "0"   :  09h45PM
GMT "+2" :  11h45PM
"How to Integrate Cortana
in a Windows Phone
application"
by Sara M.G.Silva
"TechNet Guru"
by Peter Laker
aka XAML guy
"BizTalk Server 2013 R2
JSON support and
integration with Cloud API's"
by Steef-Jan Wiggers
GMT "-8"  :  02h30PM
GMT "-2"  :  08h30PM
GMT "0"   :  10h30PM
GMT "+2" :  12h30AM
"Wiki Ninja Belts"
by Margriet Bruggeman,
Peter Laker
aka XAML guy
and Ed Price
"DevOps Desenvolvimento
e Operações Juntos!"
by Alan Carlos
(only Portuguese Language)




Register now to learn lots of cool technologies and have some fun with the finest wiki ninjas around!






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