Visual Studio Live! Las Vegas & Austin 2022

Location:
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
URL:
https://vslive.com/Home.aspx
Description:
For over 28 years, Visual Studio Live! (VSLive!) conferences have provided expert solutions for developers, engineers, software architects, and designers. Attendees come to Visual Studio Live! to acquire practical, pragmatic, and immediately applicable knowledge. They come for inspiration and to be shown a vision of a better future through the use of concepts, techniques, patterns and technology that they can apply in their organizations. And they come for a glimpse of the future of technology; the cool stuff that Microsoft and others are building that may not be useful today but will factor into their strategic planning process. The Call for Presentations for Visual Studio Live! Las Vegas and Austin 2022 is now OPEN.

Proposals are due: Friday,September 3, 2019, 11:59 PST
Visual Studio Live! Las Vegas - February 27 – March 4, 2022-  Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NVVisual Studio Live! Austin - June 13-17, 2022 - Hyatt Regency Austin, TXVisual Studio Live! Las Vegas & Austin 2022 will offer a combination of hands-on labs, workshops, 75-minute sessions, 20-minute fast focus sessions, and panels.We require that you submit multiple presentations (three or more) so that the conference chairs have more than two options per speaker. Each speaker will generally be selected to deliver two 75-minute presentations.We are also looking for two-day workshops and two-day hands-on labs that will be offered as part of the 2022 VSLive! Training Course series.
Session proposals are welcome in the following topic areas: DevOps and Beyond
DevOps practices (not specific to tooling)
DevSecOps and other XXXOps enhancements
Operations for developers (on premises and cloud)
Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)
Production incident response
Observability
Incident Analysis
Human Factors in DevOps
Azure DevOps Services
Azure DevOps Server (latest release)
Azure DevOps and GitHub Integration
GitHub Cloud
GitHub Advanced Security
GitHub Enterprise Service
GitHub Codespaces
Microsoft ALM / DevOps Tooling (version control, agile planning, build, release, monitoring)
DevOps Features in Visual Studio Enterprise (CodeLens, Profilers, IntelliTrace); anything new in Visual Studio 2022
Online services outside of Microsoft (e.g. GitLab, AWS, etc.)
Visual Studio App Center
Automated deployment to online stores (Apple, Android, etc.)
Release Tooling (Azure Pipelines, GitHub Actions, Chef, Puppet, Octopus Deploy)
Visual Studio tooling that facilitates Agile Software Development Practices (Scrum / XP / Lean)
Manual Testing Practices
Load and Performance Testing for Applications using open-source technology
Developer Inner-loop optimization (workstation configuration, using containers, shells, etc.)
Customizing your team development environment
PowerShell for developers working as IT Pros
Cross-platform / heterogeneous development teams
Windows Subsystem for Linux (aka “Bash on Windows”)
Application Analytics (App Insights, New Relic, etc.)
Migrating from a non-Microsoft platform to an Azure DevOps Server/Services environment
Migrating from a non-Microsoft platform to GitHub
Security leading practices
Cloud Computing
Includes cloud, server and messaging technologies
Container technology like containerd, Docker, Kubernetes, Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS), Azure Container Instances (ACI) and Azure Container Registry (ACR)
Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, Google Compute Platform
Microsoft Azure new features and Marketplace offerings
Microservices architecture, design, and implementation
Serverless computing (Azure Functions, Amazon Lambda)
Azure Logic Apps, Power Automate, PowerApps
Web API design
WebAssembly outside the browser (such as running in containers)
Services in general (REST, queuing, etc.)
Hosting non-Microsoft platforms in Azure (Java, NodeJS, Python, etc.)
Database and Analytics
Entity Framework (Standard and Core), OData
Integrating “legacy” data to modern applications
SQL Server (2019, as well as pre-2019 features/topics)
Moving to SQL Server 2019
SQL Server big data clusters
SQL Server on Linux and in containers
Azure SQL Database, including Edge, Serverless and Hyperscale
Azure Database for PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB
Microsoft BI, including Power BI, SQL Server Analysis Services and AzureAnalysis Services
Big Data, including Azure Synapse Analytics, HDInsight, Azure Databricks, Azure Data Explorer and Azure Data Lake Storage
Data Management, including Azure Purview, Azure Data Factory, SQL Server Integration Services
Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), including Azure Machine Learning; Azure Cognitive Services; ML/AI on Azure Databricks; AutoML; ML.NET; using TensorFlow with Microsoft technologies
NoSQL, including Cosmos DB
IoT and streaming analytics (including Azure IoT Hub; Azure Event Hubs; Azure Stream Analytics; Spark Streaming on Azure Databricks or SOL Server 2019; and Apache Storm or Kafka on HDInsight)
Data Science, including R and Python (standalone, in SQL Server, in Power BI, on Machine Learning Server, on HDInsight and/or on Azure Databricks)
Data tooling, including SQL Server Data Tools, Visual Studio Code (with add-ins) and Azure Data Studio
New Experiences - Mobile, Desktop, and Native Clients
MAUI for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, Linux
Xamarin.Forms for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, Linux
iOS, Android native development (Swift, Java, Kotlin)
Uno Platform
Blazor native and hybrid app development
Xamarin native for iOS, Android
Flutter
React Native
Cross-platform desktop development with Electron
Voice, text, and other bot experiences
AR/VR/MR experiences (Hololens and others)
Mobile web and responsive web design
Ionic mobile tooling, including Capacitor
Other HTML mobile tool/framework development
Smartphone, tablet, and touch-based HTML5 development
Bandwidth optimization and other mobile client concepts
Managing notifications
SQLite and offline data
Internet of Things (IoT) programming on devices
WinUI, WPF and Universal/UWP applications with .NET + XAML
Design Principles (UI, UX, Interaction)
Technical Excellence and Leadership Skills
Development Patterns
Security leading practices
Asynchronous development techniques
Building and supporting high performing teams
Coaching and mentorship skills
Effective feedback and communication skills
Team Communication/Collaboration tools (Microsoft Teams, Slack, Gitter, etc.)
All things agile (Big “A” and little “a”)
Agile Testing Practices
Agile framework deep dives – Scrum, Kanban, Lean
Scaling Agile (SAFe, LeSS, etc.) - frameworks, strategies, and leading practices
Value Stream Mapping - what, why, and how
Maintaining team trust and connection in a remote world
Best tools and techniques for facilitating events/meetings/ceremonies for distributed teams
Visual Studio / .NET
Visual Studio 2022 productivity
Visual Studio Code + extensions
Visual Studio for Mac
.NET 6, .NET 5, .NET 3.1 LTS, .NET Standard 2.0
Windows Forms and WPF on Arm64 (Windows and Mac)
Cross platform .NET for Linux, Windows, Mac, and others
New C#/VB language features
Extending Visual Studio
Advanced .NET, such as building analyzers and .NET 6 code generation
Deep dive topics such as threading, performance optimization, and memory usage
Dependency Injection
Black belt coding
Polyglot/Heterogeneous development (native / scripting)
Maker / Hobby / Games
Web Client
Single-page application development
Blazor (server-side and client-side)
Angular, React, Vue, and other JavaScript UI frameworks
WebAssembly, including .NET, Go, Rust, and others
Progressive Web Apps
ECMAScript/JavaScript
TypeScript
node.js and other server-side frameworks
Client-side build and package management (e.g. npm, webpack)
Offline apps and database storage (e.g. SQLite)
Calling services via AJAX
Web UI Design
Core HTML5: newer concepts, tags, and enhancements to old ones
CSS 3
CSS animations
Rich media in HTML5 with the audio and video tags
2D drawing/animation the canvas tag and SVG
Web Server.NET 6 ASP.NET FeaturesASP.NET Razor Pages
ASP.NET MVC
ASP.NET Web API
Visual Studio Web developer tooling (built-in, add-ons, testing)
Developing ASP.NET applications for non-Windows servers
node.js
NGINX
Submission Guidelines  Please include the following information with your submission (failure to supply all requested information may limit opportunities for selection):
Speaker's Name
Speaker's Title
Speaker's Company
Title of Presentation
100-word Description of Presentation
3-5 Bullets, explaining what the attendee will learn from presentation (learning objectives)
Speaker's Color Photo (hi-resolution)
Speaker's Bio, including previous conference speaking/presentation experience

Speakers chosen to present at a Visual Studio Live! conference will receive a stipend for each session they present. Visual Studio Live! Conferences will also cover hotel accommodations (room and tax only) for a pre-determined number of nights at the host hotel as outlined in the speaker agreement. Speakers are responsible for their own travel costs and incidentals.

We look forward to your submissions. 
~ The Visual Studio Live! Event Team 

Dates
Sun Feb 27, 2022 to Sun Feb 27, 2022
CFP
Jul 28, 2021 to Sep 5, 2021
Created
Jul 29, 2021