Developers flock to Kiandra IT Melbourne talkfest

By on
Developers flock to Kiandra IT Melbourne talkfest
back row, l- r: Anthony Smith, Brent Johnson, Nick Imrei, Peter Sbarski, Dan Prior, Ryan Margheriti, Jim Pelletier, Sam Critchley. Front row, l – r: Joanna Forbes, Rhys Evans, Lars Klint, Harshal Joshi, Alex Mackey, Hendry Luk

Over 300 guests attended Kiandra IT's DDD Melbourne Conference on 19 July, with the event selling out within 11 hours.

The non profit community event at Swinburne University saw notable guests speakers including Troy Hunter, MVP and creator of ‘Have I been pwned?’, a site where users can search for compromised accounts. Speakers also included Swedish developer and motivational speaker Iris Classon and author and developer John Allsopp.

The event is run by and aimed towards the developer community. It was organised by three developers from Melbourne-based Kiandra IT: Alex Mackey, Lars Klint and Jim Pelletier,

Sessions also included 'Security in ASP.NET Web API v2', 'Appfail: The story of a Melbourne .NET startup' and 'Keeping agility in enterprise-level development'.

The 2014 event marked the fourth year of the annual conference.

Got a news tip for our journalists? Share it with us anonymously here.
Copyright © CRN Australia. All rights reserved.

Most Read Articles

You must be a registered member of CRN to post a comment.
| Register


What's Windows 7's end-of-life doing for your business?
We've already seen an uptick in PC sales
No noticeable changes yet
PC sales are still dwindling as far as I'm concerned
View poll archive

Log In

Username / Email:
  |  Forgot your password?