Having known him for more than 10 years, we have brought him to our city in the past for a few community events.
DJ has successfully organized two editions of #ngIndia and #ngNepal editions in 2018 & 2019. BizTalk360 was a sponsor for both the editions in India. He was recently planning to run a tour of ng conferences in India and Kovai.co, as a software development company, having built successful enterprise software like Document360 & Serverless360 both built on Angular framework, it is very apt for us to support his initiative.
What was initially planned to be a conference to gather 100+ participants were reduced to a workshop for a closed group of 25+ participants with a hands-on lab. This was intentionally planned to provide a better connect with the speaker, eventually became the trainer for the day.
Agenda for the workshop was released well in advance for the participants to make a well-known decision to attend the event.
On this Friday I am delivering training on #Angular to enginers of @KovaiCo and then on Saturday hosting #ngkovai workshop for the community. we have updated the agenda of the workshop: https://t.co/5kxq8zp6TU— Dhananjay Kumar (@debug_mode) August 6, 2019
Sold Out 🙂
We purposefully made it an RSVP event with tickets to be purchased to ensure only committed participants are enrolled for the workshop.
The tickets were sold out within a few days and all the participants started sharing their interest in the workshop.
We had few attendees from Chennai and Trivandrum some 500+ KM from Coimbatore. We were excited to host a valuable workshop for them.
Despite the heavy rains for the continuous four days, the participants made sure they were able to attend the workshop. The rain stopped for a brief period on the morning of the event.
The workshop was delivered completely hands-on without any time spent on presentations.
We always believe in supporting developers community, so very excited to support #ngKovai #Angular workshop— BPB (@bpbonline) August 8, 2019
by sending books authored by @DcoustaWilson and @debug_mode
We were very happy to receive such overwhelming feedback to the workshop.