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WINTELLECT’S JEFF PROSISE TO DELIVER PRE-CONFERENCE SESSION AT MICROSOFT’S TECH∙ED
(Knoxville, TN)– May 17, 2006-- Wintellect, a consulting, debugging, and training firm specializing in Microsoft .NET and Windows technologies, today announced that co-founder Jeff Prosise will deliver a pre-conference session at Microsoft’s Tech∙Ed in Boston on Sunday June 11, 2006, from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Prosise will deliver a session entitled ASP.NET 2.0: Up Close and Personal,in which he will share real-world code samples, demonstrate a variety of new features (including login controls, data driven site navigation, profiles, providers) and much more.
“Tech∙Ed is Microsoft’s largest event targeted at IT professionals and developers and it is an honor to be presenting there,” says Wintellect co-founder Jeff Prosise. “It’s a great opportunity to get the word out about ASP.NET 2.0 and to drive home the message that ASP.NET 2.0 is unsurpassed as a modern Web development platform.”
In addition to leading the pre-conference session, Prosise will also be leading several Tech∙Ed breakout sessions on ASP.NET, a BOF (birds-of-a-feather) session on Atlas and participating in the New England Mega User Group Meeting held at the conference.
Microsoft’s Tech∙Ed is the definitive Microsoft conference for building, deploying, securing, and managing connected solutions. The pre-conference events are in-depth sessions led by industry experts and designed to enhance the learning experience. The sessions have been carefully chosen to address the most relevant needs that IT professionals and Developers face today.
Wintellect is a consulting, debugging, and training firm dedicated to helping companies build better software, faster through a concentration on .NET and Windows development. Its services include in-depth, multi-day .NET on-site and open enrollment training as well as development and consulting services including emergency debugging. For more information about Wintellect, visit www.wintellect.com.