May is here and with it comes a lot of spring activity in the local community!
MS Enterprise Developer & Solution Conference – May 5-6th
Today and tomorrow is the Microsoft Enterprise Developer & Solutions Conference in NYC. The Enterprise Developer and Solutions Conference will provide developers, architects and key business decision makers in large enterprise organizations a clear roadmap of the Microsoft Application Platform. You will get to hear directly from Microsoft’s customers and partners on:
The event has been “sold out” for some time now, but all of the sessions are going to be recorded and streamed online live. If you weren’t able to get a ticket to the Enterprise Developer & Solution conference, tune in today & tomorrow to: http://entdevcon.telligent.com/
NJ SQL Saturday – May 16th
Do you want to learn SQL Server Performance Tuning Strategies from the Pros? Then come join the NJ SQL Server User group for a free Saturday event that includes 4 sessions on Performance Tuning Topics! The event will be hosted at the Microsoft office in Iselin, NJ from 8:15am – 3pm. Breakfast & Lunch will be served.
Of course, don’t forget about your local user groups! There’s never been a better time to come out each month and network with your peers as you learn about the latest developer technologies. Each month, industry experts come to speak at user groups throughout the area.
These groups attract both local and national expert speakers. Two prominent speakers this month include Richard Campbell, of .NET Rocks fame, at the Long Island .NET group on May 7th and Martin Fowler, of Thoughtworks & Enterprise Patterns series fame, at the NY Alt.NET group on May 20th.
These meetings are all volunteer driven and free! They’re success depends on your participation. So don’t let a valuable resource go to waste!
Here’s the full area user group line up for May 2009…
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