St. Louis Day of .Net

Well, it is that time of year again. The St. Louis Day of .Net is coming around again this August 20-21. I just found out this week that I get to participate as a speaker for a third year in a row. I am excited to see the event continue to grow and for there to be such great community involvement.

As with other years, they are getting a great lineup of speakers and a greatly diverse topics which more than makes the price of admission well worth it. You can find all the information you need at the website.

This year, I will be presenting a 300 level session called the “Kerberos Survival Guide.” Here is the synopsis:  If it were just IIS, Kerberos, and you alone in a jungle, would you be able to survive the encounter? You will after you attend this once in a lifetime event! OK…in reality, if you come to this session, you will the learn basics of how Kerberos works, when you want to use it, what is needed to deploy it for any web site (including SharePoint) in IIS, how to troubleshoot issues, and how to do advanced delegation in code.

Hope to see you there!

About J.D. Wade

Lead Technical Cloud Architect, husband, active in community theatre, love watching movies, have been described as “quirky”, aka “KB Man”
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