DDD East Anglia will be returning to Cambridge on Saturday 13 September 2014 at Cambridge University's West Road Concert Hall. Like all DDD community events, DDD East Anglia is free to attend, funded entirely through the generosity of our sponsors.
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About DDD East Anglia
Developer! Developer! Developer! (DDD) East Anglia is the newest event in the popular series of Developer Days events for the UK .NET Community that have run since May 2005. Although each DDD event has its own particular "flavour", they remain immensely popular and enjoyable, regularly attracting 200-300 attendees and often selling out within minutes.
DDD events were started on the following five principles, which we intend to adhere to in their spirit:
For the community by the community
Free to attend
Held on a Saturday or non-work day
No Microsoft speakers (with some exceptions)
Grow the local speaker community
Sessions are submitted by members of the community and selected by attendees. Microsoft speakers are generally not permitted to speak at DDD events, but the exceptions to this rule are Microsoft employees who are active members of the UK .NET community. In short, these are sessions crafted by developers for developers, with no sales pitches allowed!
How is the agenda decided?
DDD events are unique in that the conference is made by its attendees. Sessions are submitted by members of the UK .NET developer community (i.e. you can submit a session if you want to), and are voted on by prospective attendees (i.e. you) before registration opens. The organisers of DDD events use the results of the voting to determine which sessions are most popular, and so which will make for the best event for attendees.
The results of voting are weighted to uphold the five principles of DDD events, so we will favour new and local speakers over established speakers or speakers from a more remote geographical location.