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Developer Day 2016.

The UK's premier FREE Developer conference returns in 2016 to it's home in Reading!

The UK''s premier FREE Developer conference is coming home! Since its inception in 2005, DDD has spread across the UK and throughout other parts of the world, as far afield as Melbourne and Perth. This time though it is returning its birthplace in Reading at Thames Valley Park!

DDD is a free one day technical event for developers. It’s been just over 10 years since DDD was first formed and as a conference it has generated many spin-offs, as well as nurturing talented speakers, who have gone on to become Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, Microsoft FTEs and to present at National and International Conferences.

DDD was always envisioned as a day of learning, discussion, contribution and involvement in the community, from across the UK. The goal of DDD is to provide free technical education with the added benefit of the networking possibilities with peers and the development of relationships across the .NET Industry!


DDD Returns for 2016

We are delighted to announce we will once again be hosted by Microsoft at Thames Valley Park on Saturday 3rd September 2016.

We are really looking forward to this year's event and the call for speakers is now open!! We will be  publishing the full list of key dates within the next 48 hours - but please don't hold back from submitting as the schedule will be very tight!  Please keep an eye on this site, and social media channels for more details.

Calling all Speakers!!!

Have something exciting to talk about? Want to spread the word of fun new technologies? How about submitting a session to DDD? You don’t have to be a professional speaker to have a go! DDD is all about sharing and educating and encouraging everyone to have a go.  Why not join us at the place it all started?

Starting in 2005, Developer! Developer! Developer! (DDD) conferences are a free-to-attend, community conferences, organised by software developers for software developers.  
Our key aims are to run a conference that is free, on a Saturday, with an open submissions process and a democratically chosen agenda.