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C# Fundamentals Course @ Telerik Academy Finished

May 10, 2010
The Telerik Academy free training program for .NET software engineers is an exciting opportunity for smart and motivated young people to be trained for 6 months for real world software engineers and start their professional career. C# Fundamentals Course – Part I We started our first training season in March 2010 with free C# programming
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Courses Started

February 20, 2010
On 20 February 2010 I started the “C# Fundamentals” course . This is the first level of training, just before the “.NET Development Essentials” course, covering the .NET Framework class library, databases, SQL Server and LINQ, Web technologies, ASP.NET and AJAX, Windows Forms, WPF and Silverlight, as well as software engineering. The C# Fundamentals course
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Telerik Academy Officially Launched Free Software Development Courses for 100 Students from February 2010

December 15, 2009
In the last few months I am working as full-time consultant for the training initiatives in Telerik. It is really an exciting company and I really enjoy my job as manager of the technical training and university relations. I still can’t believe that Telerik is really perfectly organized company, beyond my expectations and even dreams.
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Svetlin Nakov is No Longer Involved in the National Academy for Software Development (NASD)

December 1, 2009
Starting from March 2009 I left the National Academy for Software Development (NASD). NASD was really nice project and it was running successfully for few years but the idea changed so much that from some point in 2008 I was no longer able to enjoy doing this work. Why I left NASD? 1) My dream
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First Bulgarian C++ Conference – Velingrad, 27-28 June 2008

June 18, 2008
As part of my work in the National Academy for Software Development (NASD) I am deeply involved in the organization of an interesting event for C++ developers: the First Bulgarian C++ Conference. I am excited of being able to establish a C++ users group in Bulgaria and to organize the technical part of the conference.