Meet Jeff Prosise At CSharpCon18 Keynote

C# Corner announces the name of its 8th Keynote Speaker for the upcoming Annual Conference.

Philadelphia, Pa. Monday, March 12, 2018

Today, we are excited to announce the name of our next keynote speaker for the C# corner Annual Conference 2018. Jeff Prosise will be there in the keynote panel.

Jeff is a Co-Founder of Wintellect and he makes his living writing software and helping others do the same. He has written nine books and hundreds of magazine articles, trained thousands of developers at Microsoft, and spoken at some of the world’s largest software conferences. In his former life as a mechanical and aerospace engineer, Jeff worked at Oak Ridge National Lab and Lawrence Livermore National Lab, where, among other things, he developed software that combined thermal and structural finite-element methods to model optical systems for high-power laser beams. 

In his spare time, Jeff builds and flies large radio-control jets, and travels to development shops, universities, and research institutions around the world educating them about Microsoft Azure and the intersection of software development and data science.

We believe that the presence of Jeff will help us take the Annual Conference to a new level, definitely, a higher one. The other keynote speakers that we had previously announced, include – 

  • Mads Torgersen, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, Lead Designer of C#, International Speaker
  • Mahesh Chand, Founder C# Corner, CEO Mindcracker, Microsoft Regional Director, Startup Adviser
  • Magnus Ma°rtensson, Microsoft Regional Director, Azure MVP, CEO Loftysoft
  • Jason Beres, Sr. VP Developer Tools at Infragistics, Author, International Speaker
  • Diksha Deo, Founder and CEO Incubsence, Co-Founder CKHO, Speaker, Writer
  • Chris Trew, Founder & CEO Stratis
  • Pinal Dave, Founder - SQL Authority, Independent Consultant, International Speaker 

Along with these keynote speakers, over 50 industry experts will be joining us at the #CSharpCon18 to impart their knowledge on various cutting-edge technologies, such as Blockchain, Quantum Computing, RoboticsCloud, and Internet of Things along with AR/VR, Wearables, and Artificial Intelligence etc.

The conference is due for April 13-15, 2018. For complete agenda, full profile of speakers, and venue details, you can go through the Annual Conference website -

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