C# Annual conference 2014 – An experience of a lifetime

Recently I got an opportunity to attend one of the biggest conference of developers, in northern region of the country from 11-13th April, in Noida/Ghaziabad. Got the chance to meet some of the big industry speakers and technical experts and learn from their knowledge and experience, on a single platform .

With speakers from around the world, including Mahesh Chand (founder of C# Corner and 9 times Microsoft MVP) , Prabhjot Singh Bakshi (a renowned Trainer & Speaker and Executive Director, E-Consultancy-FZC, Dubai – UAE),  Pinal Dave(renowned SQL Server expert), Gaurav Mantri (founder of Cerebrata Software and a Microsoft MVP ) , Chris Eargle (frequent speaker at conferences and community events, INETA director and a Microsoft MVP), Jason beres(Sr. VP, Infragistics, Board of Directors INETA), Dhananjay Kumar(5 times Micosoft MVP award winner) sharing their experience and knowledge, what more you could have asked for ?

With over 18 sessions and over 850 attendees from all over the India (including the C# Corner MVP’s), it was really an experience of a lifetime.

A 3 day extravaganza, with a great opportunity to get yourself familiarize with the C# Corner community, I would like to thank Dhananjay Sir and every single member of his entire team, who worked sleepless nights to make this event a huge success, which it was. Last but not least, thanks to Mahesh Sir for providing a platform in the form of C# Corner community. Looking forward to the next year’s event.

Check out this link for the quick recap of the entire event.

About Jasminder

.Net developer and blogger by profession, keen to learn new technologies, love nature, music and cricket.
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2 Responses to C# Annual conference 2014 – An experience of a lifetime

  1. Pinal Dave says:

    Fantastic! It was a great meeting you at the event.

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