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dotnet Report Builder


At Improving Houston

Thursday, July 12, 2018
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

dotnet Report Builder

Featured Speaker: Razi Syed

Microsoft’s SSRS and most of the other popular Reporting Tools by big names like Telerik, Infragistics or DevExpress, are all geared for developers to hand code and design each report.

However, if you want to add an end user, Do It Yourself, Ad Hoc Report Builder or Wizard, dotnet Report Builder is a utility created to solve this problem and a better option than these other tools. It allows developers to very easily add a modern and intuitive Report Building Wizard to an existing or new Web Application, where users can create different reports on their own. The solution comprises of three main components, two of them are open source and on github. So whether developers need this on their intranet for internal users, or need this in their SaaS for external users, it is a very powerful solution.

About Razi Syed:
I am a Senior Full Stack Software Developer/Architect with in-depth knowledge and working experience in all phases of the Software Development Cycle. I have been writing code as a hobby since I was a kid, it is still my hobby.

I have worked in Lead/Senior Development positions after graduating from University of Houston in 2002, and helped solve tons of problems, some especially bad ones. I have worked as the primary developer and architect for several SQL and .Net projects, started and ran a couple of software companies, sold one as well, and written software for many different industries.

My specialty nowadays is C# based web applications, and still do plenty of hands on coding and love it.

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