CEO & Founder of HASELT, Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET/IIS
This is my first post in 2014 year followed by great news which happened recently...
30 November 2013
I'm writing this blog post after the jQuery Bulgaria event which took place today in Sofia. The event was organized by Infragistics guys, but supported by many known companies. The event had few hundred attendees and was quite nice place to share, network and learn.
There was a lot of crowd in the event...
...mainly developers and IT professionals from Sofia, Bulgaria.
We were few guys from Macedonia, our crew of eight and few others we meet during the event on my sessions ;).
The photo was made right after my second session "jQuery Ajax - Tips & Tricks"
At this event, I had two speeches, delivering two interesting sessions:
- Building ambitious apps with Ember.js, jQuery, and Web API 2
- jQuery Ajax - Tips and Tricks
The first session: Building ambitious apps with Ember.js, jQuery, and Web API 2
The second session: jQuery Ajax - Tips and Tricks
This was kind of much more relaxed session, where I had little bit of slides but a lot more talking and showing code snippets in Visual Studio 2013 and its JS and HTML editors. Actually, I took ten scenarios in which I showed important things jQuery Ajax developers should have in mind, take advantage off and improve their skills in using the jQuery Ajax API and it's capabilities.
The event was excellent. I had chance to meet a lot of new people, Microsoft MVPs and friends... Radi, Mihail, Jason and bunch of other guys from the past events and conferences.
As the organizers are interested to organize this event next year again, I'm looking forward to come back with some new knowledge and experience to share.
Last update: Sunday December 1, 2013 7:14pm (CET)
Microsoft MVP 2013
Great news. I'm now part of INETA Speakers Bureau - http://europe.ineta.org/ && http://europe.ineta.org/Resources/SpeakerBureau/tabid/163/Default.aspx
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