Washington DC – May 2019 In this session, we will introduce you to the world of Blockchain technology. We will start with the fundamentals and explain the characteristics and use cases of Blockchains and Decentralized applications. We will explain public Blockchains as well as permissioned Blockchains – with examples from Ethereum and Hyperledger. You will learn how to create a […]
TRINUG – Main Meeting : Programming Smart Contracts on Ethereum Blockchain – August 2018 In this session, Ash will introduce you to the world of Blockchain programming. You will learn about Ethereum and how to program Smart Contracts for Ethereum Blockchain. You will learn how to deploy and test your Contracts on a public Ethereum Testnet. Ash will share best […]
Charlotte IOT – July 2018 You will not want to miss this chance to learn about Blockchain, a technology enabling an entire IoT ecosystem! It has a distributed database for all the transactions, which eliminates the need for the third party to authenticate the transactions. The database ledger is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and […]
Ethereum Blockchain (EBaas) as a Service provided by Microsoft Azure and ConsenSys allows for enterprise customers and partners to play, learn, and fail fast at a low cost in a ready-made dev/test/production environment. It will allow them to create private, public and consortium based Blockchain environments very quickly in Azure. In this session, you will learn how to get started […]
Smart Contracts are an exciting innovation built on blockchain technology. It is a way to execute code in a trustless, decentralized and transparent system. Ethereum is a decentralized platform to run smart contracts using a variation of Bitcoin’s blockchain technology. In this session, you will learn how to write smart contracts in Visual Studio. You will learn how to deploy […]
The story of Windows Universal Apps is the result of advancements in three areas: The platform convergence between Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 The (ongoing) unification of Windows and Windows Phone stores. Shared Projects and other enhancements in Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 to support cross-platform development. I have written about my experience in converting an existing Windows 8 […]
You may have questions like these – What are my NoSQL options in Windows Azure? Can I run MongoDB on linux on Windows Azure? Why would I want to do that? Which one of the NoSQL options are available as managed services? Are all kinds of NoSQL databases available? Are there any limitations? What are options for data analytics? Or […]
TRINUG January Main Meeting You will learn how to use MVVM in your own Windows 8 application – desktop/mobile You will learn MVVM fundamentals. You will see the contrast between an MVVM application and a non-MVVM application.
Raleigh Code Camp 2013 is wrapping up this afternoon. The venue and the crowd was phenomenal. I really enjoyed presenting “Using Layer Diagrams – Keeping your MVVM code from turning into spaghetti”. Thanks to everyone who attended the presentation. John Sonmez, Our Keynote Speaker, made my day by accepting my request to attend my presentation. It was awesome to have him in the audience […]
TRINUG – Data SIG, July 2013 SQL Server Data Quality Services (DQS) is a knowledge-driven data quality product. DQS enables you to build a knowledge base and use it to perform a variety of critical data quality tasks, including correction, enrichment, standardization, and de-duplication of your data.
Carolina Code Camp – 2013 You will learn how to structure your app’s code in a way that – improves maintainability – enables testability of your app’s UI behavior – reduces maintenance cost – enables cross-platform deployment
I just finished presenting here at RDU Code Camp. It was a great crowd ! Here are the slides – Getting started with MVVM View more presentations from ashtewari.
I am presenting a session on Building WPF Application using MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) on May 15th at the Carolina Code Camp 2010. I will dissect a Sample WPF MVVM application and then highlight the most important aspects of the MVVM by coding a brand new ViewModel and incorporating it into the application. You will learn about the Roles of the MVVM […]
SoCal Code Camp is coming up on November 21st & 22nd 2009 at University of Southern California, Los Angeles. There is just an incredible lineup of sessions. If you are trying to make up your mind about the sessions to attend, here are my recommendations – 1. Attend as many of Llewellyn Falco’s and Woody Zuill‘s sessions as you can. […]
SoCal CodeCamp was a blast. Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation : If it walks like a Scrum. The slide-deck can be downloaded from here.