Joydip Kanjilal

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Joydip Kanjilal is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in ASP.Net, as well as a speaker and the author of several books and articles. He received the prestigious MVP award at ASP.Net for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.

He has more than 16 years of industry experience in IT, with more than 10 years in Microsoft .Net and its related technologies. He has been selected as MSDN Featured Developer of the Fortnight (MSDN) and as Community Credit Winner several times.

He is the author of eight books and more than 250 articles. Many of his articles have been featured at Microsoft’s Official Site on ASP.Net.

He was a speaker a speaker at the reputed Spark IT 2010 event and at the reputed Dr. Dobb’s Conference 2014 in Bangalore. He's also worked as a judge for the Jolt Awards at Dr. Dobb's Journal.

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