Syncfusion Supporting Developer Events and Education

This month, Syncfusion will be sponsoring several educational technical events.

UnoConf

UnoConf is a two-day event in Montreal being held September 19–20. We will be exhibiting there as a gold sponsor, showing a sample of our UWP grid running on the Uno Platform. Uno Platform allows developers to build native mobile, desktop, and WebAssembly apps with C# and XAML from a single code base. It is an open source platform.

DevFest Triangle 2019

DevFest Triangle 2019/Devs@RTP Unconference is a community-led event in Morrisville, NC, focusing on tools such as Google Maps, Firebase, web and mobile development, and Twilio. It will be held on September 21 at the Wake Technical Community College RTP campus. Our product solutions engineer, Frank Scalia, will be attending and presenting briefly on Syncfusion’s Angular and Xamarin controls. Syncfusion is a silver sponsor.

.NET Conf

Rounding out this month is .NET Conf, a free, three-day virtual developer event organized by Microsoft and the .NET community running from September 23–25. This year’s conference features the launch of .NET Core 3.0.

Syncfusion Product Manager Chad Church will be interviewed during the event, and we are giving away a $500 Amazon gift card to one lucky winner.

Local watch parties are being held around the world. To find one in your area, go to dotnetconf.net/local-events. We are also sponsoring the .NET Local Conf 2019 event being held in Chennai, India, on September 28.

Succinctly series

In addition to our sponsorships, we support the developer community with our series of free technical ebooks called the Succinctly series. This series covers a wide variety of topics including Xamarin, JavaScript, and Azure functions, as well as data visualization and data science.

For more information about the events we’re sponsoring or to sign up for them, visit the following links:

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