Friday, June 25, 2010

Q2 2010 Webinar Week registration is open (update)

WebinarWeek-Q22010 As the hot summer months start to set-in, it’s almost time for another Telerik release! The Q2 2010 release is just a few short weeks away (bits are shipping in mid-July), and with it another action-packed “What’s New Webinar Week.” For the uninitiated, a Webinar Week is 5 days of webinars designed to help you discover all of the major new features Telerik is shipping in a release. As another Telerik Evangelist said, “it’s like release notes on steroids.”

Clearly, you don’t want to miss these webinars. Only people attending the live events will have a shot at winning Telerik Ultimate Collections (our newest “super bundle,” $1999 value), so don’t wait for the Telerik TV recordings. We’ll give away at least one Ultimate Collection per webinar.

Q2 2010 What’s New Webinar Week starts on Monday, July 19 at 11:00 AM Eastern. Registration links for all 5 webinars are below. Sign-up right now and then invite your friends, family, and pets.

Mon, Jul 19: What’s New in RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX and Extensions for MVC Register:

Tues, Jul 20: What’s New in RadControls for WinForms and Telerik Reporting Register:

Wed, Jul 21: What’s New in RadControls for Silverlight and WPF Register:

Thurs, Jul 22: What’s New in JustCode, JustMock, and OpenAccess ORM Register:

Fri, Jul 23: What’s New in WebUI Test Studio Register:

[UPDATE] Tues, Jul 27: Official TeamPulse Launch Webinar Register:

Thurs, Jul 29: What's New in Sitefinity 4 Beta Register:

Fri, Aug 5: Q2 2010 Ask the Experts Webinar

Now that you’ve registered, don’t forget to play with the Q2 2010 betas. Your time for providing beta Q2 2010 feedback is quickly fading.


James D. Legan said...

Looking forward to yet another Webinar week. There are very few companies that I work with on a regular basis that define the word "quality" the way you guys do.

Milind Shevade said...

Since last 10 months using the telerik controls. Lot of time spent on designing look and feel of the pages/forms is saved. Also I am very happy with the response given to the queries raised. Productivity has improved a lot.

Naturescreation said...

Just seen the first Telerik Webinar.
Very nice tool set for ASP.NET and MVC

We would like to migrate instantly from asp gridview to the new Telerik grids. I would like to dev a tool to give a head-start to such migration process.

Nice work guys!