Friday, 25 April 2014

C# Corner Annual Conference 2014

C# Corner Annual Conference 2014, north India’s one of the largest developer conferences, held last week, from 11th to 13th April, at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Kaushambi, Ghaziabad. 
C# Corner MVPs (Most Valued Professionals) and members gathered from all over the world. Over 850 attendees and 45 C# Corner MVPs enjoyed 18 sessions from 13 veteran speakers of the IT industry.
Dhananjay Kumar, the Conference Director, 5-times Microsoft MVP, and mentor at C# Corner, didn’t only managed and oversee the proceedings of the entire conference, but also started the main event with his Welcome note.
He also presented a full action-packed session on Node.js for .NET Developers with one gun and a bunch of shots.
One of the most popular trainers in India, Prabhjot Singh, Executive Director of the E-Consultancy-FZC, Dubai UAE, owned the podium and live demoed the communication and notifications between multiple devices using Windows Azure as a back-end service, in his Building Cloud Based Connected Windows Phone and Windows 8 Apps session.
Chris Eargle, the founder and mentor of the Columbia Enterprise Developers Guild, a frequent speaker at conferences and community events, INETA director and a Microsoft MVP, presented the Legend of Lambda and the Secret of .Net Ninja.
INETA speaker and evangelist, Jason Beres brought something different to the table by bringing his industry experiences into his session Method for successfully Delivery overtime.
Gaurav Mantri, the founder of Cerebrata Software and a Microsoft MVP took sessions on Demystifying Cloud Computing and Introduction To Windows Azure.
Brij Bhushan Mishra, Suchit Khanna, Amit Choudhary and Kamal Rawat successfully undertook the responsibility of presenting several other cutting-edge technologies.


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