MVP Mix 7th Annual Conference

Venue: The University of Texas at Dallas - 800 Franklyn Jenifer Drive, Richardson, TX 75080 March 15-16, 2018

What is MVP Mix?

MVP MIX is a two-day training in .Net Core, ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework Core, HTML5, JavaScript, EcmaScript, Angular, Xamarin, TypeScript, React, Aurelia, Software Architectures, Microservices, Design Patterns, DDD, TDD, Azure, Machine Learning, DocumentDB, Web API and REST, Clean Code, iOS, Big Data, Redis, Elasticsearch (and other relevant No-Sql databases) and other awesome technologies. MVP MIX is a premium international developer conference. With keynote speakers from Microsoft and the community like Scott Hanselman, Scott Hunter, Daniel Roth, Rob Eisenberg, Phil Haack, Ayende Rahien, Todd Anglin, Stephen Bohlen and many others we bring to you the best in the industry right close to you.

Every year, we bring in world-renowned speakers. It's a great event for networking and learning from peers who have been very successful in their careers. In 2015, we had testimonies from five developers who increased their salaries anywhere from $20,000 to $80,000 in just one year. The conference is organized by Chander Dhall who is also the Dev Chair for Dev Connections - the conference with more than a decade of international acclaim. This year, we will bring in a lot of speakers who spoke at DevConnections.

Chander is also an awarded Microsoft MVP and an ASP.NET Insider apart from being a successful Enterprise Architect/Developer who speaks at international conferences (including TechEd and DevConnections) and works hard to bring the best to the conferences he organizes including MVP MIX and jsSaturday.

The Top 10 Reasons You Don't Want to Miss MVP Mix Dallas

Meet Our Rockstar Speakers

Chander Dhall

CEO - Cazton | Microsoft MVP

Scott Hunter

Director of Program Management for .NET

Daniel Roth

Senior Program Manager | ASP.NET Team

Mindy Curnutt

Speaker | Author | Microsoft MVP

Barry Stahl

Solution Architect | Developer

Jimmy Bogard

Creator of AutoMapper | Microsoft MVP

Jeremy Wilken

Google Developer Expert | Author

Tyler Meadlin

Software Developer Consultant

Lukas Ruebbelke

Blogger | Author | Hacker | Developer

Paul Barriere

Software Architect - Cazton Inc

Ron Dagdag

Microsoft MVP | Software Developer

MVP MIX is an amazing conference coordinated by Chander Dhall. It minimizes the advertising while focusing solely on improving your skills as a developer. Everyone you meet at this event, both speaker or guest, is knowledgeable and friendly. You will get the chance to talk with some of the smartest minds in the programming field and ask some of your toughest questions to the experts. With all the high quality demos and slideshows in the sessions and full day workshops, you are sure to learn some valuable information and best practices that you can take back with you and apply immediately. I highly recommend this conferences to anyone wanting to improve their skills as a developer.

- Joshua Garrison, Daimler Trucks North America

I really enjoyed MVP MIX in Dallas. It was great to hear from some of the top minds in the industry. It's extremely valuable to have that focused time to discuss current software development trends with the speakers and other attendees. I left the event with both more enthusiasm and knowledge, and several t-shirts.

- Mike DeRobio, Bencor Inc

The MVP MIX conference is one of the best values for this kind of development training. MVP MIX mixes technical depth with inspiring speakers.

- Carl Parmenter, Software Developer

Chander Dhall is a dominant thought leader in Microsoft MVP Development, and his MVP MIX Conference was my first choice for getting caught back up in the world of web development. As a former member of the Microsoft Visual Studio development team at the time JavaScript was born, I then left Microsoft in 2011 and have worked almost exclusively in the .NET-standalone-and-database application world since then for large organizations. When I needed to sync back up with the Web development landscape, Chander's small but powerful event skipped past the usual conference fluff and was the obvious choice for me in my training, and for a chance to meet the great contemporary minds of the Web development world.

I got a chance to meet up with large project developers, meet the new leadership in Visual Studio at Microsoft, restart some neglected relationships, and I left the conference armed with an arsenal of knowledge, relationships, tools, and ample motivation for some very large upcoming Web development projects. Thanks to Chander, Alison Wadsworth, Rob Eisenberg and Scott Hunter for a fantastic and life-changing restart for my Web development career.

- Doug Timpe, Former Microsoft Developer