Event: Windows 7 for Geeks

Yes we know you miss us a lot and so does we but the good thing is that we are back with the series of events for you in particular related to Windows 7, .NET Framework 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010.

So here we are with the first User Group event of 2010 “Windows 7 for Geeks”. Come and join us on to talk about Windows 7 from a Developers’ perspective.

Event Date: 20th March, 2010 [Rescheduled and Confirmed]

The registered attendees will be informed accordingly. Rest can still fill the form and we will confirm their registration as per accommodation and space.

Event Timings: 3 PM – 6 PM

Location: Microsoft Innovation Center, Karachi

We will not only explore some of the new features of Windows 7 but we will also see some cool ways to program and integrate your application with Windows 7 using Microsoft Windows 7 API for Managed Developers. Using API, developers can take full advantage of the technology, while making it even easier to develop compelling applications.

Give Away(s):

Windows 7 Ultimate 

(1) Genuine Copy of Windows 7 Ultimate

windows 7 cap

(2) Windows 7 Caps

voucher 

(2) discount voucher on Windows 7 and Server 2008 exams

 

Speakers:

DP cropped Adil Mughal is working as Development Executive at Telenor Pakistan. He is Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and also Microsoft Certified Professional. He is leading International .NET Association (INETA) user groups, “Emerging .NET Devs” and “DevNext”. He is also author of articles at CodeProject.com. Being active community contributor, he often participates as speaker in different events. He frequently does blogging at http://www.AdilMughal.com

taimurDPTaimur Asad is the owner of RedmondPie.com and Microsoft Student Partner of Bahria University. He is Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist for Distributed Systems. He is also leading SQL PASS, Karachi Chapter.

RedmondPie.com is a site focused on technology news & views about products/services from Microsoft and its competitors like Apple and Google.

Registration:

Hurry up seats are limited, If you are interested to attend the event, please fill the form here. You will receive a confirmation email within few days, based on the accommodation and space.

If you have any query, please feel free to ping us at edotnetdevs@live.com. Till then have a great day!

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20 Responses to Event: Windows 7 for Geeks

  1. Fahad Abdullah says:

    Great Call

  2. Khayyam Sikander says:

    WOW, i want to be there

  3. Anum says:

    I wanna come 😀

  4. Adil Mughal says:

    We look forward to see you all. Don’t forget to register yourself.

  5. Ayub says:

    I’ve registered myself but haven’t got any confirmation mail

  6. Atif says:

    Also don’t close registration if the number of seat’s filled as in almost all the meeting only maximum 50 to 60 percent peoples come on the day.
    So if there are 50 seat’s in MIC then you could atleast register 70 odd atleast.

  7. Fahad Abdullah says:

    I haven’t received the confirmation of registration

  8. Syed Muhammad Furqan says:

    Please register me for this event

  9. Syed Muhammad Faraz says:

    Did not receive the confirmation email. Should I register again?

  10. khurram says:

    Adil.. Good Work. Its great that you guys are doing such high quality work in pakistan. Keep it up.

  11. osama says:

    i can do registration ? is it closed

  12. Zafar says:

    All are welcome as always only 30% to 40% peoples who does confirmation came on the day on most of these type of seminars.I think Atif has highlighted it.

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