24-25 May 2019 is the first time Days of Knowledge will be held - a new annual Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central conference focused on educating the industry, sharing the latest knowledge in the BC area, and upgrading Business Central professionals across the industry. The conference is held at the Odense Congress Center and it is expected that approx. 250 people will attend.
Aiming at bringing the best of the north and the world to Odense
With 33 different sessions spread across 4 different tracks, there is something for developers, consultants, sales people, as well as infrastructure administrators. To catch the attention of the young generation of IT talents, a 5th track, Career, is also added for students and other people interested in getting an introduction to the industry and the various job opportunities it brings.
The list of speakers continues to be updated, but already counts the following international names:
- Freddy Kristiansen, Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen (Denmark)
- Vjekoslav Babic, Cloud Ready Software (Croatia)
- Tobias Fenster, Axians Infoma (Germany)
- Mark Brummel, NAV Skills (The Netherlands)
- Luc van Vugt, Fluxxus.nl (The Netherlands)
- Eric Wauters, Freelance Solution Architect and MVP (Belgium)
- David Singleton, Freelance Consultant (United Arab Emirates)
Why should you participate?
The purpose of Days of Knowledge is to host a local conference for the Nordic countries. Inviting the world’s leading industry experts, the conference offers priceless knowledge about the latest developments within Dynamics 365 Business Central and the surrounding products for consultants, developers and related employees in the Dynamics 365 BC world.
Who is behind the conference?
Days of Knowledge 2019 is supported by several Danish companies and online communities in the industry. RelateIT, Netcompany, Norriq, C2IT, NAV-Vision, and Dynamics User Group all support the DOK19 conference, which is also powered by Directions EMEA, the global Microsoft partner community.
Read more about Days of Knowledge and register HERE.
Earlybird tickets are available until 6 January 2019.