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

  • PARTNER BRIEFING - Platform 2009: The Client
    Tuesday, July 21, 2009 12:00 PM, Online
    Microsoft’s client platform encompasses multiple technologies and user experience offerings. This session will cover WPF, Silverlight, IE 8, and Microsoft Office and will help partners identify current and future opportunities to leverage the power of the client. Target Audience: Business and technical thought leaders working for a Microsoft custom application development partner organization.
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  • Frederick .NET Monthly Meeting
    Wednesday, July 22, 2009 6:30 PM, Frederick, MD
    At the meeting, we’ll be mixing things up a bit. Instead of our traditional speaker talks, we’ll be opting for a more hands-on experience by inviting folks to bring their laptops and Visual Studio (VS 2005 minimum) and trying a simple coding challenge based upon the Boulders contest. Don’t worry if you don’t have access to a laptop or Visual Studio, you can still pair with someone to complete the challenge. Or, if you don’t want to participate in the challenge, come on out just to see how the Bot Bash works! There is not a huge amount of coding required, just a logical mindset and a strong drive to squash the competition. The winner(s) will have the opportunity to choose from some great swag afterwards. We'll start around 6:30 PM with code Bot. Then, do the round one competition during the pizza. Following the pizza, we’ll spend 30 minutes improving algorithms and then finish with the final competition. We’ll then wrap-up everything around 8:30 PM with the raffle. Again, even if you don’t want to code in the challenge, there will plenty of giveaways, pizza and fun! Please join us and get involved in our .NET developers community!
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  • DC ALT.NET - Naked JavaScript
    Wednesday, July 22, 2009 7:00 PM, Alexandria, VA
    Naked JavaScript
    Chris Williams
    JavaScript is the most commonly known and widely distributed programming language ever, but until recently it has never seen the proper accolades for its beauty and capability. During this talk, Chris will present a fairly deep technical overview of this amazing little language, including some of the newest features that make it one of the fastest performing semi-object oriented, semi-functional programming languages. We will also survey some of the most interesting projects that use JavaScript to fundamentally alter the world of programming including Nitobi PhoneGap, Joyent Smart Platform, Apache CouchDB, 280 North Cappuccino, and V8-GL. Come with an open-mind and leave much of what you think is JavaScript at the door, because we are taking it off the DOM.
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  • DDD with David Laribee
    Wednesday, July 22, 2009 8:00 PM, Online
    In the spirit of Open Spaces we will be bringing in David Laribee to facilitate a discussion of opinions on Domain Driven Design.
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  • PARTNER BRIEFING - 2009 Services Platform: Azure, Live Mesh and Live Services
    Thursday, July 23, 2009 12:00 PM, Online
    Gain a high level overview of Windows Azure, Microsoft's cloud computing services. Topics covered include basic platform features and functionality, overall benefits, and the common scenarios for using Windows Azure. We will also discuss how the Azure Services Platform applies to the partner business by creating new services-based opportunities across the Microsoft partner and customer ecosystem. Target Audience: Business and technical thought leaders working for a Microsoft custom application development partner organization.
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  • Central VA DotNetNuke: Securing DNN for the Internet
    Thursday, July 23, 2009 7:00 PM, Richmond, VA
    Overview of areas in DNN that can be stripped out to increase security, publishing DNN from a Content Management System to a locked down public web site. Ron Decker is currently working on converting the www.vacu.org public website to DotNetNuke and has created some unique and effective ways to increase the security of a public DNN site that is edited from within a local intranet that he'll share in this presentation.
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  • NOVA SQL User Group July Meeting
    Monday, July 27, 2009 7:00 PM, Vienna, VA
    Main Session Title: Geographic Information Systems using SQL Server, SharePoint, Virtual Earth, and GeoAnalyzer
    Speaker: Bob Harford (Buchanan & Edwards) - SQL Server Business Intelligence Developer MCITP Abstract: Using mock/notional data, will provide a quick example of how to build a SQL Server Analysis Services cube from a relational database – for example number of UN Peacekeepers deployed by region in Africa. Display data from that cube within SharePoint. And finally project data onto geographic maps using Virtual Earth and a product called GeoAnalyzer – showing, for example, on a map how many Peacekeepers are deployed where, and even drill down and physically see the mock UN force encampment site using Virtual Earth.
    Short Session Title: Presenting a new angle on a popular attack vector on databases: SQL Injection
    Speaker: Todd P. DeSantis (Sentrigo)
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    You can also add your events via the Community Megaphone web service API, which is now live. You can get more information on the API, and how to sign up, at http://www.communitymegaphone.com/API.aspx. You can also email me for more information.