Next week I’ll be in Mainz, Germany for Basta! Conference, the largest .NET event over there. Just like the past few years, I have been the Advisory Board member responsible for the C# Days. These are Tuesday and Wednesday, and I’m sure they’ll be great again. DevExpress are exhibiting at Basta!, and on each of the three main conference days (that’s Tuesday to Thursday), I will be at their booth at 1:30pm (13:30 for the Germanys 😃) to do a bit of a product presentation and, perhaps more importantly, give away licenses for DevExpress software! They’ve got their own blog post up about this event, here.
If you are not familiar with DevExpress technology, I strongly suggest you head over to their website and check it out. A strong focus of theirs is the User Interface side of things, where their product range covers all the various .NET UI platforms: ASP.NET, WinForms, WPF, Silverlight, ASP.NET MVC… - but there are also other products, like the frameworks for Object/Relational Mapping (XPO) and Business Applications (XAF), and the Visual Studio productivity tools.
(Disclaimer: I used to work for DevExpress and I might be biased. On the other hand, if you like the way I’m biased, please check out my consulting and training offerings [LINK REMOVED] – DevExpress is one area I focus on.)
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