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  • Blog Post: Events on New Orleans and Baton Rouge ...

    At the end of this month, I will be spending some time in South Louisiana and, in conjunction with Momentum , will be presenting as some free, open-to-all-who-come events in Baton Rouge and New Orleans. What will I be doing? A full day of cool techie stuff ... here's the agenda ... Guidelines for...
  • Blog Post: ADNUG/CACTUSS Presentation - Feb 15

    For their February meetings, the Austin .NET User Group and the Capital Area & Central Texas Users of SQL Server will have a joint meeting at the Microsoft Austin office. This joint meeting will be held on Tuesday, Feb 15 (CACTUSS' regular date). This is probably a good thing since the ADNUG meeting...
  • Blog Post: HAL-PC January Meeting ... Visual Studio Team System

    David Waddleton will be at HAL-PC's C# SIG for their January meeting talking about Visual Studio Team System. "What is Team System" you say? Team System takes Visual Studio to the next level. VS has always been an awesome tool for developers, focusing on developer productivity and enabling developers...
  • Blog Post: January HDNUG Meeting - Keeping Secrets in the Real World

    Michael Stuart and I will be presenting at the January HDNUG meeting on Keeping Secrets in the Real World . This presentation will be based on our joint MSDN article that was published in November's MSDN Magazine ... with some additional context and information. The CryptoBlock that we will focus on...
  • Blog Post: HDNUG XMas Party ... OOPS!!

    My previous post referring to the HDNUG Christmas party incorrectly stated that it was December 19th. If you come on the 19th, you will be sorely disappointed. The correct date is December 16th . It should have read: Also, the HDNUG Christmas party will be on December 16th rather than their usual date...
  • Blog Post: HAL-PC: SQL Server 2005 & CLR Integration

    I will be speaking on SQL Server 2005 CLR Integration at the December meeting of HAL-PC's C# SIG. Needless to say, I will confine myself to using C# ... I think Odis would have me lynched if I used VB!) It'll be a cool overview of the stuff you can do inside the database with the CLR integration. When...
  • Blog Post: HDNUG Christmas Party ...

    HDNUG is trying something a little different this year. Instead of having their regular monthly meeting in December, they will be having a Christmas party for HDNUG members. Also, the HDNUG Christmas party will be on December 16th rather than their usual date, which would be the 9th. The location is...
  • Blog Post: Austin Interop Event

    Six User Groups in Austin go together to do an event. What to talk about? Interoperabilty of course! It's the Austin Interop Event and it's all about interoperability between J2EE and .NET. So what's really cool about this? First, great speakers, with such notables as Jon Kern, Bruce Tate, Ted Neward...
  • Blog Post: August Houston .NET User Group Meeting

    HDNUG will be having their August meeting tomorrow, August 12, 2004, featuring Ken Cottrell, who will be speaking on service oriented architectures. This month's tip & trick will be done by HDNUG's brave leader, Ben Levy, who will discuss "Stupid IDE Tricks". The feature speaker is Ken Cottrell,...
  • Blog Post: InstallFest Frequently Asked Questions

    We heard a lot of questions over and over and over again at the Houston .NET User Group InstallFest. To try and save time, energy and my voice, I’m going to post some of the most common ones here, as well as links to more information. Can I install this with previous version of Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Austin Whidbey Express InstallFest

    The Austin .NET User Group will be hosting a Whidbey InstallFest as a special event on Wednesday, August 18th at the Austin Microsoft Office (where ADNUG usually meets). We will be installing the Express versions of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 on ADNUG member's laptops to play with as well...
  • Blog Post: GNONUG August Meeting with Joe Healy PT.2

    Unfortunately, the Greater New Orleans .NET User Group August meeting will be cancelled. :( However, there is good news: it's cancelled because Joe Healy, the scheduled speaker and Developer Evangelist from Tampa, had his baby a month early. Well, actually his wife had the baby, not Joe. But, as he...
  • Blog Post: Austin .NET User's Group August Meeting

    The Austin .NET User Group will have noted author and guru Rockford Lhotka down to present on Creation of Distributed Object-Oriented Applications in .NET . This presentation will explore his Component-based Scalable Logical Architecture (CSLA) for .NET, as presented in Expert Visual Basic .NET Business...
  • Blog Post: GNONUG August Meeting with Joe Healy

    My counterpart DE from Tampa Bay, Joe Healy, will be present Untangling the Knot: VS.NET 2005 Beta 1 (Whidbey) Exploring VS.NET 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0 Enhancements at the Greater New Orleans .NET User Group (GNONUG) on August 9. Joe's quite a character, so this should be an interesting meeting...
  • Blog Post: HAL-PC C# SIG August Meeting and *VS.NET 2003 Raffle!*

    I will be presenting an Introduction to ASP.NET 2.0 at HAL-PC's C# SIG August meeting on August 11 at 7:00 PM. On threat of lynching, I will make sure that all demos are in C# and that there is no VB to be found anywhere in the building! :-) Where: HAL-PC 4543 Post Oak Place Drive, Suite 200 Houston...
  • Blog Post: HDNUG Whidbey InstallFest

    The Houston .NET User Group will be hosting a Whidbey InstallFest as a special event on Tuesday, August 3rd at the Houston Microsoft Office (where HDNUG usually meets). We will be installing the Express versions of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 on HDNUG member's laptops to play with as well...
  • Blog Post: Houston Community Leaders Appreciation Night ...

    Well, we had a “Community Leader Appreciation Night” for Houston last night ... we got a suite at Minute Maid Park, had hamburgers, hot dogs and beer and generally had a good time. It was great to hang out with a bunch of other geeks and watch the game, even though the Astros are keeping...
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