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Covaci to speak at Bermuda .NET event

Renowned programme developer Tiberiu Covaci will be the guest speaker at the Bermuda .NET Users Group next seminar held next month.

Mr Covaci, who is a .NET developer in Bermuda, previously worked in Sweden as a developer and architect in different projects, launching Many-core, a company that helped customers around Europe to adopt the .NET framework and related technologies in their projects, in 2004.

He works closely with Microsoft, both as author, and technology reviewer for the Microsoft .NET Official Curriculum courses and he is also a member of the Microsoft Certified Training Advisory Council, an International .NET Association (INETA) speaker, an IASA speaker, and an INETA country lead for Sweden.

For his contributions to parallel computing the subject for the meeting which takes place on the fourth floor of the Argus Building, 14 Wesley Street on December 1 from 5.30pm to 8pm he was awarded the MVP title by Microsoft.

The seminar will focus on the task parallel library and the patterns available for parallel computing.

For more information email Sandra De Silva on sdesilva[AT]nova.bm or visit www.dnug.bm

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Published November 23, 2011 at 1:00 am (Updated November 23, 2011 at 8:43 am)

Covaci to speak at Bermuda .NET event

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