So you may have noticed that I haven't been bogging a lot recently... I have been on the road for our launch events for VS, SQL & BizTalk... I have also been head's down completing an offline training course on Windows Workflow Foundation.
Well one thing I have been doing through all this is writing the MSDN Flash... I mentioned in this week's newsletter how to get the code and slide deck from my ASP .NET 2.0 session at launch.
" I really enjoyed presenting the "Developing Cutting Edge Applications with ASP.NET 2.0" session and for those of you that were there I have hosted the demo site that I built during the session taking advantage of the 30 Day Free Hosting. If you would like to download the PowerPoint deck, the source code or the demo script from the session you will need to create an account and log in to the site. "
Still on the topic of Launch if you were one of the thousand + people that attended my session in Wellington, Christchurch or Auckland... Thank you for rating my session the best overall across all 3 cities with an average rating of 4.28 out of 5 (Darryl came in a close second with 4.15 out of 5)!
Also congratulations to Darryl for getting top speaker across the events... with an average rating of 4.43 out of 5 (I came in a close second with 4.35).
If you are not a MSDN Flash subscriber... never fear you haven't missed out completely... on the New Zealand MSDN site we have started archiving the newsletters 1 week after we send them out... so now you can get access to our back catalogue... including the controversial 19th Oct edition... (looking at those graphs today I see that November wasn't such a good month ;)
Off now to the Intergen xmas party
P.S. Check out David L demonstrate DLINQ during the Aussie launch!
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