Visual Studio 2010 in Focus at Great Indian Developer Summit 2010
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Bangalore, February 24, 2010: Visual Studio has been the most favored IDE for developing applications in the .NET framework. Visual Studio 2010, codenamed “Hawaii”, is now slated to be released on 12 April 2010. VS 2010 is in focus this summer at India's biggest summit for the software developer ecosystem - Great Indian Developer Summit (developersummit dot com). Sachin Vinod Rathi and Mehfuz Hossain are coming to GIDS 2010, to speak about putting the 2010 version to use, on 20th April at the Indian Institue of Science in Bangalore.
For those looking to build Visual Studio 2010 add-ins with ease, Mehfuz Hossain demonstrates how you can build a VS 2010 addin from ground up using the .Net 4.0 Features, Microsoft Extensibility Framework (MEF) and the Visual Studio 2010 Managed Addin Framework (MAF). Mehfuz will also indulge in an overview of how the new addin framework works and the key concepts that get you started. Sachin Vinod Rathi focuses on how VS 2010 eases the process of building SharePoint applications. With VS 2010's out of the box support for SharePoint templates, it's now easier to design, develop and deploy SharePoint Applications, Web Parts from within Visual Studio. Join Sachin's talk to learn more about developing SharePoint applications with Visual Studio 2010 Beta.
Sachin Vinod Rathi is Architect Advisor with Microsoft India. Over the period of 12+ years, he has been leading and architecting enterprise products, provided architectural direction, technology assessment, and technical team leadership on legacy product re-architecture and modernization. Prior to Microsoft, he worked with SAP and led an IP initiative that resulted in the filing of four Patent disclosures and more than a dozen patent applications. Mehfuz is a core member at Telerik Corporation. He is a contributor and member at dotnetslackers dot com and part of projects starting from university automation to personalized start page pageflakes dot com