TechEd India 2010 Rocked!

Due to a tight work schedule, I had almost decided not to go to TechEd 2010 held between April 12-14 in Bangalore, India. Well not attending it would have been a big mistake!

Fortunately, my work got over in time and thanks to my MVP Lead Abhishek, he arranged an entry for me at the 11th hour. All MVP’s got a free entry to TechEd – just another reason to become an MVP :)

The event completely rocked! Keynotes, Deep Dive Sessions, Product Announcements, Product Team interactions, Contests, Free MS Exams, Giveaways, MVP Parties, Community Track by MVP’s, Partner Stalls, Demo Extravaganza and not to forget, the endless opportunities of networking with business and technology experts. This event had it all. The TechEd India team did a bang-up job to keep everything in perspective and make this event a success.

I bet most of the TechEd attendees are now ready for the next wave of technology innovations and trends. This is one grand daddy of all events no one would want to miss!

Pictures speak larger than words, so I will let some pictures do the talking now! Thanks to Arjit Basu for clicking them.

Somasegar announcing release of VS 2010 Somasegar KeynoteLeft to Right - Sumit, Nitin, Arjit and Suprotim attending the KeynoteTechEd video featuring Bill Gates Left to Right - Ashish, Arjit, Nitin, Pinal, Suprotim and Sumit at Infragistics partyRelaxing after attending the Community track Lunch with Somasegar

Check this video of MVP’s at the launch of Visual Studio 2010. I am the one at the beginning of this video wearing a Black T-Shirt and speaking about why developers should attend this event!

Microsoft TechEd India 2010 from Abhishek Baxi on Vimeo.

I am already looking forward to the next TechEd - it's sure to be a blast!

About The Author

Suprotim Agarwal
Suprotim Agarwal, Developer Technologies MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) is the founder and contributor for DevCurry, DotNetCurry and SQLServerCurry. He is the Chief Editor of a Developer Magazine called DNC Magazine. He has also authored two Books - 51 Recipes using jQuery with ASP.NET Controls. and The Absolutely Awesome jQuery CookBook.

Follow him on twitter @suprotimagarwal.


Prateek said...

I wish I cld meet you sir. I did not know you were coming

Beben Koben said...

congrat my bro, success always for you ^_^ keep spirit...xixixixi

Hitesh Bhandari said...

It was nice meeting you. Thanks for those tips on jquery-mvc