I'm pleased to announce that today begins the first of two new webcast series that I'm working on for folks interested in Microsoft development technologies.
Web Wednesdays, which starts today at noon eastern time, will be a weekly developer webcast focused on all things web, from ASP.NET to the Microsoft AJAX Library (formerly "Atlas") to Sharepoint. Today's installment will be an overview of ASP.NET 2.0.
FAQ Fridays will be a biweekly webcast for developers and architects that is a little more experimental. The idea is to collect a number of common questions from customers and readers, and address them in the first-half of the hour-long webcast. The second half would be for open Q&A, with guest experts on hand as they're available.
I'll post more information on future sessions soon, but here's the info for today's webcast...please let your friends know about it!
UPDATE: To give folks a little more notice, I'm moving this topic to next week...so we'll kick things off next week with ASP.NET 2.0 for Web Wednesday, and follow with the first FAQ Friday on Friday.
Web Wednesdays #1: ASP.NET 2.0 Overview
12:00-1:00pm, EDT, Wednesday September 27th, 2006
Presenter: G. Andrew Duthie
Click here to join the LiveMeeting webcast. Meeting will be available starting 30 minutes before the official start time. Audio information will be provided when you sign into the webcast. If you don't already have the LiveMeeting client installed, you may want to join a little early to get that done.
Hope to see you there!