• .NET

    What to Expect From Microsoft Build—and Telerik

    Build is just a week away and we are still to see the agenda. The show promises nevertheless to be quite exciting, not only in terms of announcements, but in connecting with fellow developers. Telerik will be there—we'll have many demos to show and some parties to attend.
    March 23, 2016
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    Telerik Party at /BUILD! Join Us!

    Telerik is hosting a party at /BUILD 2016. Join us as we demo some brand new products and bring the latest in mobile, desktop and web tech—not to mention free drinks.
    February 05, 2016
  • Web

    DDD! Sydney Wrap-up

    After the success of the DDD! Melbourne event last month, Telerik sponsored the DDD! Sydney (#dddsydney on Twitter) this weekend.  The DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper! conference is driven by the community, meaning that everyone can submit a topic and the people vote for their favorites.  In DDD! Sydney there were 4 tracks of great content about HTML5, Web, ALM and Other running in parallel. I could not attend all of them, however those I could gave me a plenty of new information and inspiration. Among the highlights were S.O.L.I.D Design Principles in C# by Omar Besiso New Development Workflows by David Burela. The video of his talk in DDD! Melbourne can be seen on his blog. Windows Azure Acid...
  • Web

    Telerik Supports SharePoint Saturday in Australia

    This weekend, Telerik sponsored the SharePoint Saturday event in Brisbane, Australia (#SPSBNE). The terrible day of Rapture (Thousands said goodbye to family and friends ahead of 6pm Saturday deadline) was on this day and it was all over the news. So I was a bit worried if I should spend the last day of the world here, but Mike Rhodes had said we had lots of great speakers and I was looking forward to meeting them.  Figure: I could not resist the temptation to see those speakers The day started out with a bang and it went from strength to strength. I found it was...
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    Telerik Supports New Zealand ALM Conference

    New Zealand's first Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) conference ran in Wellington on 6 and 7 April 2011. This is the premier event for developers and project managers in New Zealand. Telerik is proud to be one of the sponsors. Figure: As usual, Telerik and Visual Studio 2010 sit well together The two-day conference programme was packed with high quality international and local speakers presenting on ALM and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. There were a lot of interesting sessions and here are the ones that I like the most: Database development with the new version of SQL Server – Denali, presented by Peter Ward, SQL ...