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Hi there,

After the successful launch of the new website for Tellago, today we announce the new series of webinar’s called the Tellago Technology Updates. Today in the fast growing IT Industry it is very difficult to stay up-to-date with the latest and greatest Technologies out there in the market. Doesn’t matter if you are a Developer or an Architect or CTO for a company but you are every now and then challenged to evaluate new technologies and implement them.

Understanding that challenge, we at Tellago had started a weekly Tellago Technology Dojo where we have open discussion about the latest technologies out there. This Technology Dojo was a great success and today we are happy to announce a similar version of the Dojo as the Tellago Technology Updates. These are a montly series of webinars intended to help decision makers, developers and IT Professionals to understand the latest technology trends in the software industry as well as the strategies to leverage them in their organizations. These webinars will cover emerging technologies in the software industry from a practical standpoint that reflects the perspective of decision makers, developers and IT professionals.

We try to stay away from boring formal presentations and instead foment a practical dialog with the attendees in which we help them to understand the benefits and challenges of adopting specific technologies in their organizations.

UPCOMING WEBINARS:

  • NoSQL databases for the .NET developer: What’s the fuss all about?     

Date:  May 24 2011 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  

http://www.regonline.com/970013 

NOSQL (Not Only SQL) databases are one of the hottest technology trends in the software industry. Ranging from web companies like Facebook, Foursquare, Twitter to IT power houses such as the US Federal Government, Banks or NASA; the number of companies that invest in the NOSQL paradigm as part of their infrastructure is growing exponentially. What is this NOSQL movement? What are the different types of NOSQL databases? What are the real advantages, challenges and ROIs? Can we leverage NOSQL databases from my .NET applications? This webinar will present an overview of the NOSQL movement from the perspectives of a .NET developer. We will explore the different types of NOSQL databases as well as their .NET interfaces. Finally, we will present a series of real world examples that illustrate how other companies have taken advantage of NOSQL databases as part of their infrastructure. 

  • I like IPhone and Android but I am a .NET developer: Developing .NET applications for IPhone and Android  

Date: Jun 21 2011 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

https://www.regonline.com/developingnetapplicationsforiphoneandandroid

Do you have an investment in Microsoft technologies but are starting to develop mobile applications for the IPhone, IPad and Android devices?
Wouldn’t you love to be able to build IPhone, IPad and Android applications using the .NET framework? After years of working with Microsoft.NET-based solutions, your developers have become very proficient at delivering solutions using Microsoft technologies. Now your business and customers are looking to build applications that target the IPhone, IPad and Android ecosystems. Can you reuse your existing investment in .NET technologies? This session will highlight the strategies for developing IPhone, IPad and Android applications using the .NET Framework. The session will explore the existing technologies that make this possible as well as challenges and benefits compared to alternative approaches. Our practical viewpoint will help you to start strategizing how to extend your existing investment in .NET technologies to the IPhone, IPad and Android ecosystems. We will share real world stories of companies that already invested in this path and we will explore different ideas to get you started.

Thanks and looking forward to see you at the Tellago Technology Updates.

 

Vishal Mody

 

posted on Wednesday, May 4, 2011 3:22 PM