[EN] Do ya wanna get rocked? T -48 hours till KulenDayz & MVP CEE Summit!

LOGO__KulenDayz2012 I expected that August 2012 will be free of the community, conferences, meetings – and have some free days. I was wrong. As always. Except wedding party (not mine fortunatelly) and three days near Baltic Sea Coast with fantastic ladies I’m going to my first MVP Summit. Wait! In August? Easy. It’s not full MVP Summit (held as always in Feb/Mar in Redmond). Inside one of the biggest south European community conference: KulenDayz 2012 I’m going to MVP CEE & Italy Summit 2012.

KulenDayz 2012 is prepared by Microsoft Community Osijek together with Microsoft Croatia with support from INETA, Hupro, MIC Varaždin and Mreža. Conference is bringing together leading IT Experts from the region with local IT Community and giving them a chance to spend a weekend filled with attractive sessions presented by top speakers and relaxing at Kopacki Rit Nature Park and enjoying unspoiled nature.

MVP CEE & Italy Summit is more like a social event, an opportunity to meet other MVPs from the Region, networking and mingling with each other, and get to know the Microsoft vision for the next Fiscal Year (FY13, which started on July, 1st).

My trip for this event is not easy: by bus from Wroclaw to Warsaw, next night train from Warsaw to Budapest and after by daily train form Budapest to Osijek. I’m happy to stay one day in Budapest (for my lovely sightseeing) on Thursday. On Friday we have day for MVP’s and on Saturday many great sessions in seven tracks: Office 365, Development,Database, Private Cloud, Windows Phone, Project Management, Chalk & Talk

09:00 –10:20

Keynote

Alessandro Teglia, Damien Caro, Jamie Mann, Jeremy Chapman, Tomislav Bronzin, Bernardin Katić

10:30 –11:20

A New Hope: What’s new in Office PI – End User

Jeremy Chapman

Win8 Dev/Async

Jose Luis Latorre Millas

Change Data Capture in SQL Server 2012

Aleksandar Talev

Windows Server 2012 – what’s new for ITPros

Damir Dizdarević

Windows Phone 8 – Development

Andrej Radinger

Survival kit for PMs

Marija Bajica

Managing Remote Work

Adam Granicz

11:30 –12:20

Return of the Technical Jedi: What’s new in Office P2 – IT Pro

Jeremy Chapman

Contracts in Windows 8

Domagoj Pavlešić

The Curse of the Cursors

Daniel Joskovski

Windows 2012 Networking

Marin Franković

WP 8 is around the corner, what now?

Catalin Gheorghiu

What project managers should learn from Titanic disaster

Stanislav Stresnjak

Social Media

Ilija Brajkovic

12:30 –13:20

Becoming the Jedi Master: New Office Deployment and Architecture Deep Dive

Jeremy Chapman

Building scalable social web apps on Windows Azure

Marjan Nikolovski

SQL Server Myths & Legends

Dean Vitner, Marko Culo

Windows 2012 Storage

Damien Caro

WP – Augmented Reality

Igor Ralić

Influence of emotional intelligence (EQ) on project management

Ivan Matejašić

Building Distributed Web Systems

Damir Dobric

13:20 –15:00

Lunch

15:00 –15:50

SharePoint 2010 vs SharePoint 365

Zvonimir Mavretić

VS + Specflow: Behaviour Driven Development

Ivan Pavlović

Fraud Detection – Notes from the Field

Dejan Sarka

SCVMM 2012 i App Ctrl 2012

Romeo Mlinar

Agile vs Waterfall

Nenad Trajkovski

Responsive Web Design

Toni Podmanicki

16:00 –16:50

SharePoint in the clouds

Adis Jugo

Kinect Programming

Jerislav Bobić

SQL Server Columnstor​e Indexes

Dragoslav Ogar

Managing Private Cloud with PowerShell

Aleksandar Nikolić

Motivation of the team in crisis

Mirna Koričan

Parallel Programming 101

Tiberiu Covaci

16:50 –17:10

Coffee Break

17:10 –18:00

Office 365, Lync, SharePoint and Exchange integration with Windows Phone

Željka Knezović

F# Web Application Development

Adam Granicz

SQL Server 2012 Statistical Semantic Search

Matija Lah

SC Orchestrator

Luka Manojlović

Project in problems – challange for PM

Vesna Hitrec

SOLID – clean code for mere mortals

Wekoslav Stefanovski

18:10 –19:00

Exchange 2013/Lync 2013

Igor Pavleković

GPdotNET – Darwian’s teory of evolution in solving engineering problems by C#

Bahrudin Hrnjica

Solving common cube design problems

Tomislav Piasevoli

Deploying Private Cloud

Tomica Kaniski

Rx & Async

Toni Petrina

 

Amazing, isn’t? But of course sessions are not most important. For me the community, old friends and new faces are most important. Sharing knowledge, experiences and ideas. Hope to meet a lot of my friends from European community. So…

 

Let’s get, let’s get, let’s get, let’s get rocked
Let’s get, let’s get, let’s get, let’s get rocked
Let’s go all the way
Get it night’n’day
Come on, let’s get, let’s get, let’s get, let’s get rocked

 

 

SEE YOU IN OSIJEK!!!