Technology has its own mind. It evolves with the threading of wisdom and society that leads to a development of a civilization. I always strive to educate the determined group of people who wish to see the change in the existing society. Following the same league, I conducted a Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on 4th July 2014 at ACME Engineering College, Ghaziabad which updated them with the knowledge beyond books.
As a Tech blogger, it becomes my humble responsibility to educate them with latest changes. The programme conducted by me assisted the Engineering faculty to know about the latest developments made in the field of technology in recent. WCF Services and Cross Platform Mobile Application Development were the key topics that were exchanged in a vibrant way which was beyond an everyday classroom experience
This Faculty Development Programme aimed to equip teachers with skills and knowledge that are essential for inculcating entrepreneurial values in students and guiding them their progress towards professionalism.
With an overwhelming response, Ms. Garima Singh, Head and Senior Faculty said, “It is an excellent experience to learn the essentials of the industry. We will definitely incorporate this learning in our syllabi. Also, we are looking forward to conduct Student Development Programme in near future”
Another faculty member, Ms. Alpika Gupta explained, “Experience of getting knowledge about Web Application Development was really interesting. Certainly it will benefit our students and faculty as well to learn about the basics of Database and Communication Services
I believe in providing an active learning environment to engage and to analyze the process which will help the programmers and developers to collaborate better with the constant development taking place in the world of science.
Inbox me for any such kind of help.
I will be speaking at C-SharpCorner Annual Conference in Delhi. This is one of the largest conference for software developers in North India. This is fourth edition of this conference and it has been hosted by largest community site for software developers http://www.c-sharpcorner.com
You have an opportunity to learn latest of technologies from best international speakers at this event on 12th April 2014 in Delhi/NCR. Venue of event is Radisson Blu Hotel Ghaziabad. H3, Sector 14. Kaushambi Ghaziabad 201010 Uttar Pradesh [Near to Kaushambi Metro station]. There are 18 sessions from 15 different speakers will be delivered at the conference.
In this conference I will present on Node.js for .NET developers. In 45 minutes of talk I will start from as basic as creating a simple web server using NodeJS and end my session with creating a REST API using NODEJS.
I am excited to see you at the north India largest conference for software developers on 12th April.
It is 5th times in a row that Microsoft awarded me as “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional”. I have been a Microsoft MVP since 1st April 2010 and getting it 5th times consecutively is matter of motivation and pride for me.
Learn more about Microsoft MVP award here
First time I was awarded in Connected System Developer expertise. I got awarded under this category mainly for my contributions in WCF, REST, WCF Data Service, Web API ODATA etc. Later Microsoft renamed CSD as Microsoft Integration. So I was Microsoft Integration/CSD MVP for 4th times.
This time I have been awarded in ASP.NET/IIS and I am excited seeing this. Looking forward to contribute under this expertise.
Last year my contribution (Jan 2013 – December 2013) was as follows,
Number of Blog Post: 109
Number of Speaking: 28
I am motivated after awarded 5th times and looking forward to help you more with my blog posts and speaking. Feel free to reach me at email@example.com
MVP was never possible without support of http://www.c-sharpcorner.com and Mahesh Chand . Aspired to be part of our site and community always.
I would take this opportunity to thank my seniors from India Pinal Dave and Gaurav Mantri for their continuous support. Also special thanks to my international friends Glenn Block Julie Lerman and Dan Wahlin for their continuous motivation.
Last but not least thank you so much Brij Mishra Amit C Suchit Khanna Tanmay Kapoor and Satyaprakash for always being there.
Last but not least thank you so much Stephen Forte . In all my 28 speaking, I did last year I tried (unsuccessfully) copying your style. Aspired to elicit positive energy and enthusiasm like you whenever I go.
Thank you God bless all!