Here are the events listed in Community Megaphone for the next week (or so) for the Mid-Atlantic area…this list now includes events imported from the UGSS event calendar, and all events entered in Community Megaphone are also now automatically synced to the UGSS event calendar:

  • Wednesday, April 01, 2009 12:00 AM: Virtual TechDays - Defy All Challenges. Together.
    24 hours
    5 tracks
    95 sessions
    any language
    deeply technical
    no fluff
    That's what's coming on April 1st. One continuous 24 hour period of learning, and you can be a part of it, either as an attendee, or as a presenter. The call for topics is now open at http://www.msfttechdays.com/modules/cft/default.aspx and you can register and build your schedule at http://www.msfttechdays.com/Modules/Registration/Submit.aspx. This will be a great opportunity for presenters to reach a global audience, and for attendees to have access to some of the best presenters and content in the world.
    Don't miss this.
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  • Wednesday, April 01, 2009 6:30 PM: CMAP: Developing Your First Azure Service
    Mid-Atlantic Developer Evangelist G. Andrew Duthie reprises his session from the MSDN Developer Conference, introducing attendees to developing for the Azure cloud environment.
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  • Thursday, April 02, 2009 6:00 PM: RV.NUG April Meeting - WPF: Data binding, Cider vs Blend and more
    Monthly meeting of Roanoke Valley .NET User Group. Join Tolga Balci and Joel Cochran as they show different ways to use WPF followed by a round-table discussion on which is best.
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  • Saturday, April 04, 2009 8:00 AM: Pittsburgh Code Camp 2009
    Code Camp is a free, 1-day event put on by the local Pittsburgh community to help promote software development in the community.
    Code Camps have been taking place all over the country. This is Pittsburgh's version of this excellent event. The continuing goal of the Code Camps is to provide an intensive developer-to-developer learning experience that is fun and technically stimulating.
    All training, slides, manuals, and demo code are provided free following the event!
    Our Code Camp will be hosted at the University of Pittsburgh Computer Science Department. We have local speakers from the community who will share their technical expertise and experiences.
    Location:
    Department of Computer Science
    Sennott Square
    210 South Bouquet Street
    6th Floor
    University of Pittsburgh
    Pittsburgh, PA 15260
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  • Monday, April 06, 2009 7:00 PM: Baltimore SQL Server Users Group
    Architecting a Business Intelligence Solution
    Brian Lawton of Redtail Creek Software Successful architectures share the characteristics of focusing their designs to support the system’s major underlying requirements. But in a Business Intelligence (BI) solution, what are those requirements and how can we architect a SQL Server-based solution to fulfill them? Those answers surprisingly involve the combination of people, process, as well as technology beyond just SQL Server. Whether your organization is just starting to implement its first BI solution or is already leveraging BI technologies across the organization, this discussion provides some field-tested, best practice approaches you can leverage to answer these questions, design or improve your architecture, and gain the most from your BI investments.
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  • Wednesday, April 08, 2009 6:30 PM: RockNUG Monthly Release 2.9
    Join us for our regular monthly meeting, featuring Steve Michelotti talking about ASP.NET MVC. We'll also have Part III Of Jason Fabritz's Poor Man's ORM, and the usual pizza, swag and good times.
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  • Wednesday, April 08, 2009 7:00 PM: SharePoint Web Services development
    SharePoint Web Services provide an easy and robust way to interact with SharePoint and its data remotely through a variety of mechanisms, including compiled code and AJAX. This presentation will outline some of the interfaces available through WSS and MOSS web services, and various methods of consuming these interfaces. Live demonstrations will show methods of accessing data from SharePoint Lists, the Profile web service, and the Search web service. About the speaker: Paul Whitaker is a Consultant with Microsoft Consulting Services, focusing on .NET and SharePoint software development. His recent project experience includes InfoPath and Workflow development within SharePoint. Paul maintains a blog on MSDN at http://blogs.msdn.com/paulwhit.
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  • Want your events listed? You can add them here.

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