Toolshed Alert #23 - Russ Fustino Back In Town

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Toolshed Alert #23 - Russ Fustino Back In Town

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Oct 23rd Tues (6-9PM). Russ Fustino on It's All About The Tools'.

Event to be held at Microsoft Farmington CT Office. Visit our website www.ctdotnet.org for more details.

Please send an email RSVP to ctdotnet@gmail.com if you plan to attend - we need a Pizza/Soda count!

Did you ever feel inundated with developer tools? Did you ever feel you are missing something that could make your life easier as a developer and as a power user? There are so many tools available to choose from and it keeps getting tougher to keep up with. Tool familiarity continues to be one of the top developer challenges. This series of seminars is all about tools for developers, by developers. Join Microsoft Florida Developer Evangelist Russ Fustino and MVP Stan Schultes (via Live Meeting) as they bring you demos and discussion about their favorite developer tools. Attend this session and see tools including but not limited to: Fiddler, Web Stress tool, IE Developer Toolbar, Visual Studio IDE Tools, Live Services, and Community tool web sites.

There's something here for everyone, from beginners to experts. Don't miss this event. It's where "It's AATT"!

Presenter Bio

Russ Fustino wisely shelved dreams of rock and roll stardom in order to share his vast knowledge with developers nationwide. Given that he can't sing or play an instrument, we're all very grateful. Russ has more than 25 years of software development experience and he's the creator of the Russ' Tool Shed developer seminar series and has donned his trademark suspenders, hardhat and tool belt in presentations for over 70,000 developers at 1,500 events. Russ also has expertise in developing Visual Basic and Web-based solutions using Microsoft tools. Before joining Microsoft ten years ago, Russ worked as a VB instructor, headed up a development department, and created several client/server applications and system software products. His specialties include development with VB.NET, WCF, WPF, ASP.NET, and debugging.

But make no mistake - Russ is not all brains. His big heart led him to establish Take a Swing at Cancer, Inc., a non-profit organization that holds softball and golf-based fundraisers to battle cancer. You have to know the code to get in the shed. KNOW THE CODE!

This event is sponsored by TELERIK & Microsoft.

Our thanks to MyWinHosting & Franklins.NET for their continued support.

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