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  • Blog Post: FREE Developer Azure Training in SoCal

    Register as below: Los Angeles – June 2 nd - http://bit.ly/ABCLA Irvine – June 6 th - http://bit.ly/ABCirvine San Diego – June 7 th - http://bit.ly/ABCSD Also for WindowsPhone7 – June 4th Santa Monica - http://www.xapfest.com/ Also get your FREE Windows Azure Trial Account Go here - http://windowsazurepass...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Opportunities near you–Growth of Cloud Computing

    If you live in the west coast in April you must note these cities MSDN Presents… Rob Bagby and Bruno Terkaly in a city near you Cloud Development is one of the fastest growing trends in our industry. Don’t get left behind. In this event, Rob Bagby and Bruno Terkaly will provide an overview of developing...
  • Blog Post: A Teacher talks about Teaching Kids Programming

    Enjoy this short video of Orange County, CA teacher Lisa Martin talking about her class of high school students at a recent TKP event.
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services for Developers

    Here’s my deck for SharePoint Saturday San Diego.  I’ll be speaking on SPS BCS there this Saturday – enjoy! If you can’t make it to San Diego this Saturday, then join me for this same talk as part of the MSDN SharePoint Developer event at the Microsoft office in Irvine, CA on March 31 – register...
  • Blog Post: SQL Azure for Developer–SoCalCodeCamp Presentation

    Here’s the deck – enjoy! SQL Azure for SoCalCodCamp View more presentations from Lynn Langit .
  • Blog Post: Trip Report: CloudCampLA

    Last night I attended and spoke at the second (annual?) CloudCampLA unConference in Manhattan Beach, CA. What are CloudCamps? Dave Nielsen , from San Jose, CA leads a group which organizes and hosts CloudCamp unConferences world-wide .  They are intended to bring early adopters and interested parties...
  • Blog Post: Are you Agile?

    I’ve been learning more and more about Agile software development lately.  I am thinking that you (my .NET developer reader) might benefit too. If you live in the OC – attend the local Agile Developer UG in Irvine – here’s the link .  I had fun and learned at the interactive presentation there...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010 for .NET Developers

    Here are my updated slides for August 2010.  I will be delivering talks based on these slides at user groups around SoCal in August and in September (see my previous blog post for my fall speaking schedule). SharePoint 2010 for NET Developers View more presentations from lynnlangit .
  • Blog Post: Where is SoCalDevGal – Fall 2010?

    This fall is shaping up to be a busy one. I’ll bet some of you will be in the same places as me too. Below is my tentative fall speaking schedule: August Mon, Aug 9 at Microsoft, Irvine w/Denny Cherry on SQL Server Scalability and Storage – day event Tues, Aug 10 at QuickStart, Irvine...
  • Blog Post: Inland Empire .NET User Group 8-Year Celebration

    Recently I attended the annual Most-Valuable-Member celebration at the Inland Empire .NET Developer User Group in San Bernardino.  It is such a pleasure to participate in this UG, most especially at this event, so I’ll describe it in more detail here. What makes a great User Group? A big part of...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 IDE Tips and Tricks

    Thanks to Sara Ford and Zain Naboulsi for the source for my talk at the MSDN launch events this month – first one is next Monday in San Diego.  If you grab my deck, be sure to read the notes, I put all of the keyboard shortcuts from the demos in the pptx notes. What's New In Visual Studio 2010 View...
  • Blog Post: SQL Saturday – SQL Azure – April 2010 deck update

    Here’s the deck I’ll be presenting this Saturday in Huntington Beach at SQL Saturday – c’mon over! SQL Azure April 2010 View more presentations from lynnlangit .
  • Blog Post: Lend Me Your Kids for an Hour and I’ll teach them to Code!

    It really only takes an hour – some of my upcoming events are a bit longer though, so do read the details below.  Seriously, I am running a series of “Teaching Kids Programming” events in March and April. Kids ages 10 and up are welcome to attend any of these FREE events.  Just let me know...
  • Blog Post: Trip Report – New Mobile Developer’s User Group

    I attended the first meeting of a new mobile developer’s user group in Orange County last night.  The meeting was hosted in Irvine by TelePages (by Tryda a mobile development company). There were around 20 developers in attendance.  All of the attendees had multiple years of production experience...
  • Blog Post: Teaching Kids Programming March / April Updates

    Llewellyn and I have continued to work on the Teaching Kids Programming Resources, we’d like to share progress here: 1) We registered the domain names www.TeachingKidsProgramming.org and www.TeachingKidsProgramming.com and will be migrating resources there over the next few months. 2) We created a calendar...
  • Blog Post: Day of Azure – SQL Azure

    Here’s the deck from my presentation at ‘Day of Azure’ in San Diego on Saturday, March 6, 2010 for the San Diego .NET User Group – enjoy! SQL Azure March 2010 View more presentations from lynnlangit .
  • Blog Post: Intro to Windows Azure from MSDN Irvine, CA Event

    Expanded deck from yesterday’s talk – includes information on Windows Azure data storage options as well as basic introduction to cloud computing and Microsoft’s Windows Azure offering. Windows Azure Introduction View more presentations from lynnlangit . Here’s an image that I like (from Microsoft’s...
  • Blog Post: Intro to Windows Azure for Developers - MSDN

    Here’s the deck from Burbank – enjoy! Intro to Windows Azure View more presentations from lynnlangit .
  • Blog Post: Teaching Kids to Code – FREE classes in Jan 2010

    We will have two sessions this month.  Kids 10 to 17 years old are welcome to attend.  Please email me via this blog to confirm with kid’s name and age and which session (date / location). If you attended last month, you are welcome to return and learn more. First the San Diego information...
  • Blog Post: SoCalDevGal answers your Windows 7 Developer Questions

    Wow what a launch today in Orange, CA!  Thanks to the standing-room only audience this morning.  Because of the crowd size, you were so kind as to send your questions via text messages.  I didn’t have time to answer all of your many questions all at the event, so here are the rest of the...
  • Blog Post: SoCalDevGal shares Windows 7 Launch LIVE

    Well, it’s not me presenting, but it is the same content.  If you couldn’t make it to the Windows 7 launch event next Monday, October 26th starting at 9am, you can watch the live stream of the presentation of my developer evangelist colleague Daniel Egan and more presenting on Monday. Here’s the...
  • Blog Post: SoCalDevGal presents Windows 7 Developer APIs

    Next week Monday and Wednesday, I’ll be presenting at the MSDN launch events for developers for Windows 7.  Both events are registered full already – however, I am posting my decks here for you.  Also we may be recording one set of launch sessions, if we do so, I’ll post the link to the recording...
  • Blog Post: TeachCamp 2010

    You may know that I've led Microsoft's annual events for high-school aged girls (in SoCal) DigiGirlz for 3 years now. I will continue to do this, plan for 2010 is to host three one-day events (in April) in LA, Irvine and San Diego for DigiGirlz. Also, I will be participating in DigiGirlz events (as an...
  • Blog Post: Where is SoCalDevGal? – SoCal Developer Events for Oct 2009

    By popular demand I am attempting to aggregate SoCal Developer events on a monthly basis.  For October 2009 as follows below. I’ll be happy to add any developer events I may have missed, just send me mail via my blog. Week 1 (Sept 27 – Oct 3) Mon, Sept 28 – GirlsInTech / Santa Monica / 7pm - ‘How...
  • Blog Post: DigiGirlz camp LA for 2009

    We hosted our first-ever DigiGirlz hi-tech camp for high-school aged girls at New Horizons, Culver City , (LA) CA last week (We have hosted previous events in SoCal in Irvine, CA  and in San Diego, CA).  DigiGirlz is a global program of annual, free events – supported by Microsoft.  In...
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