Developer and Architect Events Fall 2007

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Developer and Architect Events Fall 2007

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I wanted to let you know about the upcoming events for developers and architects happening here in the northeast.

Chris Bowen and I will visit several cities between September 10th and September 20th delivering a free 1-day seminar for developers and architects. You can find out more about the sessions and register for the event near you by visiting my  blog post on the topic.

 

I am also happy to announce that all attendees to a Bob & Chris MSDN Roadshow will receive a…

FREE PASS to ReMIX07 Boston!!!

Which brings me to ReMIX07…

 

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I am pleased to announce that ReMIX07 is happening right in our own backyard in Cambridge MA on October 8th and 9th at the Hyatt Regency. This event will focus on Silverlight, Ajax and other state of the art technologies and tools for creating Rich Internet Applications. Brad Abrams, a founding member of both the Common Language Runtime and .NET Framework teams at Microsoft Corporation where he is currently the Group Program Manager for the UI Framework and Services team, will be keynoting the event. We also have speakers from Microsoft product groups as well as industry experts. You do not want to miss this one. It will sell out quickly so register ASAP!

This event costs $299 but because you are reading my blog you can get $100 off by registering at the ReMIX07 site with the following RSVP code:

RM07INTB

Of course don’t forget you can get a free pass to ReMIX07 by attending a Bob & Chris MSDN Roadshow!

 

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The next code camp has been announced for September 28th and 29th. For more information, to register and to submit sessions if you want to speak, visit Chris Bowen’s blog for the details.

 

User Groups and Other Happenings

Chris Bowen has put together a great list of all the user groups and other events happening in the northeast on his blog:

 

Connecting the Community

I am starting to leverage Facebook to facilitate connections within the community. I am very impressed with the ease of use of the site and the velocity at which connections can be made. I also like the opt-in/opt-out security model for groups and friends. Please join Facebook (it’s free!), look me up, make me a friend and watch your network grow.

You can also find me on Linked-In so go ahead and send me an invitation.

I am looking forward to seeing you on-line and at the events!

-Bob

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