Now that the Session Catalog is live, we now know what Pre-Day Sessions are being offered this year. In the past these sessions were called Pre-Conference Sessions, they are getting a new name along with everything else. I don’t quite under stand the new name. What is the “pre” describing? Is it a “Pre-Day” Session or a Pre-“Day Session”? Pre-conference made more sense to me, but I’m not a marketing person so I may not be “qualified” to make that assessment. Whatever they are called, they are great opportunities for a full day of training at a reasonable price.
This year you have seventeen sessions to choose from. Here’s the full list with links to the entries in the catalog.
Full disclosure: I’ve never attended a
pre-conference pre-day session. Sunday is usually my day to get settled in, and the idea of a full day of technical content on top of the week ahead has always been a bit daunting. I’ll need to take another look at some of these once we have speaker information. The sessions about securing infrastructure, deploying Windows 10, and Windows 10 Mobility all look to be useful, and I’m sure there are at least a few that couple apply to you.
If you see a session that interests you, the cost is $500, and you can add them to your registration at the conference site.