Join Telerik by Progress in Las Vegas next week for DEVintersection to talk about the latest in tech, including our UI for ASP.NET Core and UI for Xamarin developer tools.
We have special presents for everyone going to DEVintersection next week.
Receive your free awesome .NET t-shirt before everybody else by writing to Merrill (dot) Turner [at] progress [.] com with the shirt size that you want.
See, it's cool! Merrill will let you know how you can get it right after the Scott Hanselman keynote which ends at 8pm on Tuesday.
Make sure to wear the t-shirt during Scott Guthrie‘s keynote on Wednesday morning and then you will be in the limited raffle for a $200 customizable, mechanical WASD keyboard.
But wait, there’s more! Look us up at booth 121 and its "Telerik is Now Progress" branding (it will be right across the Microsoft store). There you can chat with us about Telerik DevCraft, UI for Xamarin, Kendo UI and UI for ASP.NET Core. Many team members will be there, as well as Todd Anglin & Burke Holland who will have sessions on Cross-platform Native Mobile Apps with Angular on Saturday.
Coming by the booth gets you into raffles for a bunch of free 1-year licenses for UI for ASP.NET Core and Kendo UI, merch swag and an awesome Surface Pro 4. This Surface packs a 128GB SSD and a 6th Gen 2.4-GHz Intel Core i5-6300U processor with Intel HD graphics 520, so it’s worth competing for.
And if you’re into mobile, we’re offering 20 1-year licenses for our UI for Xamarin suite. Just tweet #TelerikUIforXamarin & #DEVintersection at the conference and email us at shavanthi [DOT] alimilli AT progress [.] com about your tweet. We will raffle the entries and give away licenses to 20 winners. A free license will be in your inbox within five days.
We hope you'll stop by our booth to talk about the latest in tech with us (and win some prizes too). See you at booth 121!
Vassil Petev is a Product Manager at Telerik. Loves gadgets, sailing, skiing and DJing.
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