After a year off, Blackboard’s Developers Conference is back. In 2013, the focus of DevCon was Blackboard Learn Release 9.1. We introduced a number of new tools, like the external Maven repository and the Developer Virtual Machine.

Later, we announced a new release model, and a new, cohesive user interface—and we’ve have started to deliver. But since there wasn’t a developer’s conference last year, a lot of you have had questions about what’s happening, and what’s ahead. DevCon 2015 is the place to get answers!

We hope you’ll join us on July 20-21 in Washington, DC to get the facts you need to move forward in the Blackboard ecosystem.

The Architects and Product Managers who have been driving our latest innovations will be on-hand and on stage, providing deep technical insight into the future direction of the Blackboard suite of products, with a focus on Blackboard Learn SaaS and what it means for both Administrators and Developers.

A number of sessions are in the works that will highlight new and upcoming features and functionality. Administrators will find out what it means to move to SaaS, the future of Learning Analytics, and all about the Cloud Stack behind the SaaS delivery model of Blackboard Learn.

Developers will get a sneak peek at the future of the integration framework, Angular and extension points, preparing custom Building Blocks for Learn Custom SaaS, and even a Round Table Q&A session with Blackboard Architects.

Learn More about DevCon or Register now. Then stay tuned over the next few weeks for more information about the sessions, events, and networking opportunities you can look forward to at DevCon. We’ll see you in DC.

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  • Greg Court-Smith

    Please can you tell us if this will be available to attend online?
    Will there be access to recorded sessions?
    Thanks
    Greg

    • https://help.blackboard.com/en-us/Learn/9.1_2014_04/Administrator/080_Developer_Resources Scott Hurrey

      We are planning to record a subset of presentations to be made available afterwards.