Higher Education Commissions (HEC) and Microsoft Innovation Center (MIC) recently organized a 2 day workshop on Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) for faculty and I was invited as trainer.
The overall agenda of the 2 day workshop was to introduce Microsoft’s platform for building Windows client applications. The audience comprises of faculty from University of Karachi, NED UET, IBA, LUMHS etc. However, I consider it as an honor and opportunity for me to interact with the academia and share with them some of the current trends in technology and near future.
The best part was that we utilized our lunch and tea breaks as discussion forums where we discussed about Computer Science curriculum and how we can enable our students more to become better computer scientist, engineers and entrepreneurs. We also had discussion on where WPF fits in for computer science students.
It was really nice to interact with distinguished faculty members and I really enjoyed conducting the workshop.
Slides presented during the workshop are embedded below but I used whiteboard a lot during the workshop along with code demonstration using Visual Studio 2010 and so slides were merely for reference.
Zain · March 27, 2011 at 5:25 am
Wow! “Train the trainers” 🙂 Awesome.
Kiran · May 19, 2013 at 1:18 am
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