DevDay is March 22, 2014. Tickets are only $10, and include breakfast, lunch, and admission to the entire day. Buy now before they sell out!

2014 Keynote: Alain "Lino" Tadros

Alain "Lino" Tadros is President & CEO of Falafel Software, a Silicon Valley based company, with presence in Colorado, Texas, Michigan, Ohio, Massachusetts and North Carolina, and presence internationally in Canada and Dubai, UAE.  Falafel is dedicated to providing world-class consulting, training, and software development for small, medium, and enterprise level businesses. Prior to founding Falafel, Lino was a member of the development team at Borland for Delphi and C++Builder. Lino has been awarded Microsoft MVP status eleven years in a row for his numerous contributions to the C# community and is an expert in .NET, LINQ, ASP.NET, MVC, XAML, Xamarin, Windows Phone and Web Services.

Lino is an industry renowned speaker and has given numerous presentations on 5 different continents since 1994. He also currently sits on the Board of Directors of 4 Silicon Valley corporations.

Lino will share with the attendees his experiences as a Software Developer, entrepreneur and business executive with many funny moments during his 26 year career while also discussing his take on the current state of Mobile development in the industry.

If you’d like to know more about Lino, you can find him blogging at and on Twitter at .

GRDevDay 2014 is now accepting sponsors.

About GR DevDay

GR DevDay is a one-day software development conference in Grand Rapids, MI.  It is completely volunteer-run and organized by developers with other developers in mind.  GR DevDay is proud to offer all this at a very low cost to professionals and completely free of charge to students.

GR DevDay grew out of the rapid growth and popularity of the GR Day of .NET conference organized by the West Michigan .NET User Group.  These historical ties remain strong, but the scope of topics will reflect the diverse nature of modern software development.  A wide range of technology topics will be explored and developers of all backgrounds are welcome.

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