The South Asia MVP Blog published a article on March 16 titled “Meet the MVPs @ TechEd India 2011”. An announcement was made in this blog post. The announcement was that of  a meetup or an un-conference on the first day of TechEd where we will be able to meet the MVPs for nearly 3 hours. This is a opportunity for one and all to have professional networking with the MVPs. I say what a fabulous 3 hours to get to know the MVPs and exchange ideas, interact with them on a personal level and ask any question that you have. I will be there for sure.

As part of the blog post, a list of MVP names were put up in the article. In this post i will try to re run the same list but with extra information such as their website and may be a visual of the MVP, i mean their picture Smile. So here it is:

Suprothim Agarwal:

Suprotim is the founder and primary contributor to DotNetCurry.com, SqlServerCurry.com and DevCurry.com. He has also written the first eBook on jQuery and ASP.NET called 51 Recipes on using jQuery with ASP.NET Controls. He is MVP in ASP.NET technology 

 

Himabindu Vejella:

HimaBindu has 8 years of experience in software development using Microsoft Technologies. She is author at aspalliance, dotnetslackers and simpletalk. She is also Speaker, book-reviewer, DotnetUserGroupHyderabad Lead and Moderator at syntaxhelp, technical member at dotnetspider. She blogs at http://himabinduvejella.blogspot.com/. She is a MVP in ASP.NET technology

 

Mahesh Mitkari:

Mahesh is a MVP on ASP.NET technology. He is from Pune, India. He blogs at http://mmahesh.wordpress.com/

 

Krishna Chaitanya:

Krishna is a MVP on ASP.NET technology. He is from Hyderabad, India. He blogs at www.novogeek.com. Check out his “About” section where he talks about what does “novogeek” stands for. 

 

Chaitra Nagaraj:

Chaitra is actively involved with BDOTNET. She is one of the Assistant Managers of BDOTNET. She has conducted many sessions in BDOTNET. She has organized many Events in BDOTNET. Glad to say that i know her personally through BDotNet. Chaitra blogs at http://chaitranagaraj.wordpress.com/

 

Sumit Dutta:

Sumit is a MVP on ASP.NET technology. He is from Bangalore, India. He blogs at http://dotnetspeaks.com. He is also the founder of dotnetspeaks.com.

 

Abishek Sur:

Abhishek is a MVP on Client App Dev platform. He is from Kolkata, India. He blogs at http://www.abhisheksur.com/. He also writes for code project apart from his blog.

 

Anoop Madhusudanan:

Anoop is a MVP on Client App Dev platform. He recently moved to Bangalore, India. He blogs at http://www.amazedsaint.com/. Just go to “About Me” on his site and you will come to known why he calls his site as “Amazed Saint”. A twitter friend of mine and hope to catch up in person in tech.ed.

 

Gaurav Anand:

Gaurav is a MVP on Cluster technology. He provides solution for Microsoft and Virtualization technologies. He is from Bangalore, India. He blogs at http://itinfras.blogspot.com/

 

Rajendra Dewani:

Rajendra is a MVP on Commerce Server. He is from Hyderabad, India. He blogs at http://www.dewani.net/.

 

 

Dhananjay Kumar:

Dhananjay is a MVP on Connected Systems. He has authored more than 275 articles on various topics of Microsoft technologies. He is regular speaker on various Microsoft user group events. He blogs at www.debugmode.net. I have known him through twitter, looking forward to meet in person during the event.

 

Madhur Verma:

Madhur is a MVP on Consumer Security platform. He is from Delhi, India. He works for Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In). I was not able to figure out his blog or website.

 

Jacob Skaria:

Jacob is a MVP in Excel. He is from Trivandrum, India. He has extensive experience in the role of a business analyst mainly focused at improving business processes to increase productivity and contain cost. I was not able to figure out his blog or website.

 

Ratish Nair:

Ratish is a MVP in Exchange Server product. He is from Bangalore, India. He owns and manages the website www.MSExchangeGuru.com.

 

 

Renuka Prasad:

Renuka Prasad is a MVP on Expression Blend product. He is from Bangalore, India.I know Renuka personally as we have shared stages during community speaking events. He blogs at www.beautifulmind.blog.co.in and owns the website www.dreamflakes.com.

 

Destin Joy:

Destin is a MVP on Sharepoint Server product. He is from Trivandrum, India.

He usually writes articles in c-sharpcorner 
In addition he owns and maintains a SharePoint user group in Linked in named SharePoint Server 2010 Experts

 

Kamlesh Rao:

Kamlesh is a MVP on Sharepoint Server product. He is from Bangalore,India. He blogs at http://ceekam.com/blog. I was not able to get a visual id on him.

 

Vishal Shukla:

Vishal is a MVP on Visual Basic language. He is from Pune, India. He blogs at http://geekswithblogs.net/Vishal/contact.aspx

 

Sateesh Arveti:

Sateesh is a MVP on Visual C# language. He is from Anantapur, India. I was not able to figure his blog or website.

 

 

Rajesh Subramanian:

Rajesh is a MVP on Visual C++ language. He is from Bangalore, India.I was not able to figure out his blog or website.

 

 

Gaurav Mantri:

Gaurav is a MVP on Windows Azure platform. He is from Udaipur, India. He is Founder of Cerebrata Software (http://www.cerebrata.com), an ISV based out of India focusing exclusively on building developer tools for Windows Azure platform.

 

Vijaysaradhi Samavedam:

Vijay is a MVP in Windows Expert – IT Pro area. He is from Hanamkonda, India. I was not able to figure out his blog or website.

 

 

Vasudev Gurumurthy:

Vasudev is a MVP on Windows Live platform. He is from Bangalore, India. He maintains a blog mainly about Microsoft and other technologies at http://vasudevg.blogspot.com/

 

So in the un-conference, we can find all these most valuable person to be around for interaction. I will be there for sure. What about you.

There are many MVP who are speakers as well in this tech.ed. will be writing another blog post on them.

Till next time, Happy coding. Code with passion, Decode with patience.