C# Corner Annual Conference 2014: Official Recap

By Amalendu Dey Apr 16, 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, Ghaziabad. The conference comprised 13 celebrated International Speakers and 18 sessions, discussing in details the cutting edge technologies.
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New Delhi (India), 14 April 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, Ghaziabad. The conference comprised 13 celebrated International Speakers and 18 sessions, discussing in details the cutting edge technologies.

C# Corner MVPs and members gathered from all over the world and every corner of India.



The conference was a 3-day event with the first day focused on C# Corner authors, speakers, and MVPs. The second day (the main event) of the conference was a public event open to all C# Corner members. The third and the last day was a private breakfast and good byes.

Day 1: Welcoming MVPs

The first day event was a private event for MVPs, authors, speakers and C# Corner team members.

Well-known speaker, trainer and blogger, Pinal Dave presented an electrifying session on How to become a good speaker.



Industry veterans, including Mahesh Chand, Gaurav Mantri, and Prabhjot Singh shared their industry experiences, problems and the ways of contenting oneself in difficult times.


All agreed, developers face some problems or the other, the solution is to get involved with the real world, share more and we collectively, can and must find a solution.

Day 2: C# Corner Annual Conference Public Event

Day 2 was a public event for the C# Corner members. Total 850+ attendees and 45 MVPs enjoyed 18 sessions from 13 speakers. The Welcome Note, Keynote, and the Closing Notes were common to all, and the sessions were divided into 3 separate tracks.


Speakers Cracking Jokes in the Speaker’s Lounge

This year’s conference color was red, representing the community awareness.


Conference Color Theme was Red

On the day of the main event, the attendees started gathering since 8 AM.


Registration Desk
 

Youngest Attendee

By the time of the welcome note, the main hall was packed with over 850+ audiences. And 45 MVPs joined the occasion from all over the world.
 

Main Hall

Dhananjay Kumar (DJ), the Conference Director, 5-times Microsoft MVP, and mentor at C# Corner, was completely running the entire show, he didn’t only manage and oversee the proceedings of the entire conference, but also started the main event with his Welcome note.
 
 
Dhananjay Kumar delivering the Welcome Note

From there, Ankur Malik, the host of the conference took it forward.


Opening the main public event, C# Corner Founder Mahesh Chand took to the stage, welcomed the MVPs, Speakers and the attendees once again, and delivered the Keynote session. Mahesh emphasized “It’s all about connections. It’s all about relationships.”
 
 
Mahesh Chand. Founder, C# Corner

Mahesh also demonstrated the new features, launched recently, including Interviews, Jobs and Career Advice sections. “C# Corner community is all about you”, said Mahesh.

Shradha Sharma, CEO and Founder of www.YourStory.com was invited on stage for the next Keynote session.
 

Shradha Sharma. CEO and Founder, YourStory.com

Shradha too got emotional and shared incidents from her academic life that many of us could relate to. One of the lessons that Shradha taught that day is “Rejoice in what’s not given to you”.

Pinal Dave, an Industry Speaker, the founder of Sql Authority, and a Pluralsight evangelist put together a fully entertained session with his topic, the Secrets of SQL Server Join and Indexes - The Unsung Hero.
 

Pinal Dave. Founder, SQL Authority

In between the sessions, audiences also enjoyed the lunch.
 

Lunch break

Dhananjay Kumar, 5-times Microsoft MVP, mentor at C# Corner and Delhi Chapter Lead presented a full action-packed session on Node.js for .NET Developers with one gun and a bunch of shots.


Dhananjay Kumar. Microsoft MVP, Mentor, Delhi Chapter Lead

One of the most popular trainers in India, Prabhjot Singh 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.


Prabhjot Singh. Trainer, Speaker, Executive Director, E-Consultancy-FZC, Dubai – UAE

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.


Chris Eargle. Founder CEDG, INETA Director, Speaker, Microsoft MVP

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.


Jason Beres, Sr. VP, Infragistics, Board of Directors INETA

Gaurav Mantri, the founder of Cerebrata Software and a Microsoft MVP took sessions on Demystifying Cloud Computing and Introduction To Windows Azure.


Gaurav Mantri. Founder, Cerebrata Software, Microsoft MVP

Gaurav also shared his industry experiences, challenges and how he overcame those challenges.

Brij Bhushan Mishra, 2-times Microsoft MVP, C# Corner MVP, and C# Corner Delhi Chapter speaker talked about the Web applications, MVP and ASP.NET in his Building Web Applications with ASP.NET MVC 5.


Brij Mishra. Microsoft MVP, C# Corner Delhi Chapter Speaker
 
Karthikeyan Anbarasan, a Microsoft MVP, Architect and C# Corner Chennai Chapter Lead, spoke on the topic, Windows Phone - Target Your Application Globally.
 
 

Karthikeyan Anbarasan. Microsoft MVP, Architect

Suchit Khanna, developer at Royal Bank of Scotland, a C# Corner MVP, and a regular speaker at C# Corner Delhi Chapter, presented the topic Building Restful Interfaces using ASP.NET Web API at the conference.

 
Suchit Khanna. C# Corner MVP, Chapter Speaker

Amit Choudhary, a Microsoft MVP and a C# Corner MVP presented Modern Web Development using Visual Studio 2013.

 
Amit Choudhary. Microsoft MVP, C# Corner MVP

Kamal Rawat is an Open Source and Microsoft Technology Enthusiast, a C# Corner MVP and a Mumbai Chapter Lead. Data in jQuery was presented by Kamal.

 
Kamal Rawat. C# Corner MVP, Mumbai Chapter Lead

The time quickly rolled and once the sessions were over. It was then time to share some great personal experiences. All the veterans, including Pinal Dave, Gaurav Mantri, Prabhjot Singh, Mahesh Chand and many more shared their memories from the event.

Finally, it was time for the C# corner editorial team to get recognized on the stage for their achievements, to present the MVP Awards, and to distribute prizes and licenses to various members.


Praveen Kumar, presenting a prize to a winner

The grand prizes included a Windows Phone and a Microsoft Surface.
 

Mahesh Chand, presenting a prize to the Surface winner

All the chapter leads from all over the world were recognized on the stage.
 

Chapters Leads

The conference got over in 3 days, but the preparation took well over 4 months. The conference team was recognized next. Job well done!
 

Mahesh, Amalendu, Manish, Dinesh, Atul and Dhananjay

The closing notes were presented by the conference director, Dhananjay Kumar, with a special thank you note by Mahesh Chand.

 
All smiles at closing notes

Next was a photo shoot session. Most of the speakers, MVPs and attendees enjoyed photos with their favorite speakers and MVPs.
 

After event stage photos

The Fun did not stop there.

A well-deserved enjoyment among the speakers and the conference team members was easily noticed everywhere.
 

Speakers and team members enjoying a successful event

And in the end, it was a team effort.
 

The huge successful event was a “total team work”

Day 3: An emotional Good Bye

The last day of the event started with a morning breakfast followed by a thank you speech, clicking some photos and saying emotional Good Byes.
 


We sincerely hope to see you next year.
 

See you in year 2015

About C# Corner Annual Conference

The C# Corner Annual Conference is a 3-day annual meeting where C# Corner MVPs, authors, International Speakers, Tech Influencers, Chapter leaders, moderators and editors meet, honor, demonstrate, plan and have fun. Authors and speakers talk about the cutting-edge technology, trends and topics.
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