Nextbridge, a notable software development company of Pakistan, along with Nextbridge Institute conducted a comprehensive conference in Lahore to equip software developers with in-demand Xamarin-related skills — a hybrid open-source application framework for .NET.
The workshop, which simultaneously focused on soft skills as well as technical skills, was conducted last week at Colabs in Lahore. The conference was attended by several of the technical developers and software engineers who wanted to gain practical knowledge of certain technical skills. The conference started with a session on essential soft skills for new developers and later delved into technical topics like enterprise architectures with Xamarin Forums.
The conference also had an extensive session on exploring Model-View-View Model (MVVM) with Prism. The conference had invited a dignified speaker on MVP/Xamarin from California. Dan Siegel, who is a MVP/Xamarin Microsoft & Azure Consultant at San Diego, joined the conference and trained the participants. Dan has established his identity with sound technical skills. He is an OSS contributor and also a maintainer of Prism Library. Dan has also established himself as a consultant for cloud, mobile, and DevOps.
With an outstanding command on outsourcing and being the trailblazer, Nextbridge has gained a prominent name among the off-shore software companies. Imbued with an extremely dedicated and hardworking team of engineers, Nextbridge holds a pioneer position among the top-tier software houses in Pakistan.
Nextbridge Institute aims to empower and socialize everyone with the tech world. The institute came into being to empower masses who are eager to absorb every evolving step in the technological world around. The institute is offering extensive courses related to PHP Laravel development, Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence, and Natural Language Processing. With the chance to benefit from the crème de la crème of the technological era, these offerings are not limited by any age, occupation or socioeconomic status.