Last year we ran 2 smart client workshops in Sydney & Melbourne.
Well, we are now taking these out to the rest of the country during March and April 2004.
If you want to know how these were received, have a read of the blogs (warts and all) of some of the attendees of the previous workshops:
We listened to the feedback and have adjusted the content to a 2 day workshop, rather than 3 days.
The dates are as follows:
So come one - Let's see if you can break those Download servers!
Mobile development is hot. I spent most of my time working with ISVs who are developing (or have developed) mobile solutions.
This year, we will be running the Mobile DevCon, this time in Sydney on April 20 2004. Last year's event in Melbourne was really well attended, so we are keen to see all you mobile developers get along to this free one-day event.
Keep you eye on our Mobile Developer Site for all the info.
Good to see Matthew Cosier blogging so profusely.
I met Matt via Orkut this week and we got chatting about stuff - I asked him if he was a blogger, which he wasn't, so I helped him setup up his blog on http://weblogs.asp.net.
Next thing I know he's blogging away about products he is developing - and they are some pretty cool ideas there too, such as his Lucid Reports concept. He's even cracking the odd joke
Not bad for a newbie!
Mitch Denny tells me that the Newcastle .NET User Group is forming.
It is so good to see these regional user groups popping up all over the place and I personally can't wait for a Narooma .NET User Group to launch with their first meeting at the Narooma Golf Club
I've got a project underway (similar to this app by connectedbits) and I need an xml webservice that provides real-time weather, as well as a 4or 5 day forcast, for Australian capital cities.
you know how hard it is to find this basic stuff! gosh! and i was the web services evangelist!!
anyone know of a webservice that could be used for this??
Chris Garty just started blogging last week and already he's breaking news!
His latest post is about the beta release of whidbey - which he got from a conversation with Scott Guthrie.
How fantastic is that!
Oh yeah - current plan of record, public beta of Whidbey in June 2004.