Tech∙Ed on the Road coming to Trivandrum

Tech∙Ed on the Road, where we put together the best sessions from Tech∙Ed India 2011 and bring them to your city. These events are not only about content and sessions – they also provide an opportunity for you to interact with and have your questions answered by the very people who work on these technologies day-in and day-out, and who can help you plan the features and architecture to support your business goals.

Microsoft in assosciation with K-MUG, a Community Impact award winner in 2010 for Tier-2 cities is conducting the event for Trivandrum on 14th of May, 2011 at Technopark. The sessions delivered in the event will be targeting the developer community and the topics vary from HTML 5, Windows Azure, Windows Phone 7, Parallel Programming and Windows WorkFlow foundations. The event will feature speakers from Microsoft, Nokia, Infosys as well from companies in Technopark. It will be a one day event and registration is free. Also Lunch, Tea &Snacks will be provided for the attendees.

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Date

14th May, 2011

Venue

ParkCenter, Technopark,Trivandrum

Agenda

08:45 – 09:30 Registration Confirmation
09:30 – 09:45 Opening / Welcome Note
09:45 – 10:45 Building cross browser web applications by Rajasekharan Vengalil
10:45 – 11:30 Creating & Deploying Application for Azure by Amal
11:30 – 11:45 Tea Break
11:45 – 12:30 Visual Studio Productivity tools by Shoban
12:30 – 01:15 jQuery templates: how do they improve your life by Rajasekharan Vengalil
01:15 – 02:15 Lunch Break
02:15 – 03:00 Introducing Parallel Programming with .Net 4.0 by Bijith
03:00 – 03:45 Windows Work Flow 4.0 – A sneak Peek by Jeen
03:45 – 04:00 Tea break
04:00 – 04:45 Javascript Unplugged by Rajasekharan Vengalil
04:45 – 05:30 Windows Phone App Demos by Sreejumon
05:30 – 05:45 Closing Note

Speakers

Amal Dev works as a Senior Software Engineer with Gemini Software Solutions, Technopark. An avid techie who constantly articles in his blog, http://blog.techrepository.in .He has been working with .NET technologies since its inception and his area of interests include C#, ASP.NET, WP7, Silverlight.

Bijith K B working as a Software Architect with Affiliated Computer Services (An Xerox Company) @ Infopark. He has more than 10yrs of experience in software development and has been working with .NET technologies from its inception. He blogs at http://kbbwrite.blogspot.com/

Jeen Shene Stanislaus is a Technical Evangelist with Education & Research, Infosys, Trivandrum. She has 7+years of industry experience and she do enjoy technical evangelism on .Net Technologies. She is good in SQL server 2008 and MOSS 2007. She is MCTS and MCP. She has rich exposure to VC++ and Windows programming also.

Rajasekharan Vengalil has been a part of the IT Industry for more than 9 years and works as a Developer Evangelist at Microsoft. He has worked on a wide range of Microsoft products & technologies ranging from VC++, MFC and Win32 programming to the latest developments on the web front, JavaScript and .NET. His current focus is on advances in web development and building rich internet applications. His work responsibilities include driving awareness and excitement around Microsoft technologies designed to deliver superior online user experiences.

Shoban Kumar is a Microsoft MVP working as a Senior Software Engineer for Allianz Cornhill, Technopark. He actively writes .net articles in his blog www.codegeeks.net and www.dotnetcurry.com. He has also published many open source applications which can be found in CodePlex : http://www.codeplex.com/site/users/view/shobankr

Sreejumon is the founder and Community Council member of Kerala Microsoft User group (www.k-mug.org). He is currently working with Nokia R&D Center Bangalore as senior Architect. Prior to Nokia, he was working with ABB Research Center & US Technology. He has been Microsoft MVP for past 8 years.

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