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  • Blog Post: First Philadelphia FoxPro User Group coming on September 14

    Tamar Granor, a FoxPro MVP who is starting this group, will be presenting at the Microsoft offices in Malvern, PA. The meeting starts at 7pm, so please try to arrive 15-30 minutes sooner. This presentation wil be Using the VFP Debugger Effectively. Visual FoxPro has a powerful debugger that provides...
  • Blog Post: Big turnout for DotNetNuke SIG in Malvern, PA

    We had about 50 people attending the DotNetNuke SIG meeting tonight at the Microsoft office in Malvern, PA. There were three talks tonight - one by Bill Wolff, the PhillyDotNet User Group leader, one by Hal Dell, the DotNetNuke SIG leader, and the final talk by Todd Davis, from Seabury Design. Bills...
  • Blog Post: Windows Vista (was "Longhorn") beta available for MSDN subscribers

    Windows Vista Beta 1 is now available on the MSDN subscriber downloads site. Yet another example of why MSDN subscriptions rock! And if you're a developer, check out the Windows Vista Developer Center .
  • Blog Post: Indigo Roadshow coming to Philadelphia area on September 21

    You’ve heard the buzz about Indigo , Microsoft’s unified programming model for building distributed applications. Attend this FREE event and learn how Indigo technology will simplify your life. With Indigo, you use the tools and language you’re familiar with, and a single programming model with all...
  • Blog Post: Philadelphia SQL Server and Philly.NET User Group Special Event - Itzik Ben Gan "Outside the Box" session

    The Philadelphia SQL Server User Group, Philly.NET User Group, and Microsoft are delighted to together host a special Philadelphia Development Community event with world renowned SQL Server expert Itzik Ben Gan. This event is free but requires advanced registration. SQL querying problems, especially...
  • Blog Post: Philadelphia Area BizTalk User Group July 6 meeting

    The Philadelphia Area BizTalk User’s Group will have its July regular meeting at the offices of Microsoft Corporation in Malvern on July 6, 2005 from 7 – 9:00 PM. The featured speaker is Jason Ellsworth-Aults of IntelliMark. Jason will be discussing Memorial Hospital’s implementation of BizTalk for...
  • Blog Post: Pittsburgh - Summer Slam IV on July 21

    Whether you are a devout Java programmer, a developer committed to Microsoft's .NET framework or an XMLer caught in the middle -- or a DBA working in Oracle or an IT professional dedicated to SQL Server -- set aside your differences for a day as Pittsburgh user groups unite! The summer socials for many...
  • Blog Post: DotNetNuke SIG Meets in Microsoft Malvern Office

    We had a kickoff meeting for the new DotNetNuke SIG at of the PhillyDotNet User Group on Tuesday (6/14) night. Hal Dell presented about the history of DotNetNuke and gave an overview of the software, and Todd Davis showed some real timesavers using CodeSmith to build new modules for DNN. Bill Wolff...
  • Blog Post: PhillyDotNet User Group meeting on May 18 in Oaks, PA

    Looks like a cool meeting. Starting off with Bill Wolff, the PhillyDotNet UG leader (and VB.NET MVP) demonstrating Xamlon, a XAML editor for Windows Forms, and finishing with an ADO.NET 2.0 presentation by Andrew Brust. This is an INETA sponsored meeting. I'm bringing copies of Visual Studio 2005...
  • Blog Post: Central PA .NET User Group meeting on May 17

    I'll be presenting a demonstration of Visual Studio Team System on May 17 at the Central PA .NET User Group meeting in Harrisburg. I'll also be bringing along copies of Visual Studio 2005 Team System beta 2 for all attendees, which includes VS 2005 Team Suite, SQL Server 2005 Developer Edition (CTP)...
  • Blog Post: Connected Systems Competition

    Do you dare? Show us what a great developer you are! Show us how innovative you can be! Win $50,000 USD. Demonstrate your skills with SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005 and BizTalk by entering the Connected Systems Developer Competition . There are 15 categories that will be used to...
  • Blog Post: Lehigh Valley .NET User Group meeting in April

    I was so busy with local events that I didn't have time to thank the members of Lehigh Valley .NET User Group for attending my talk at their user group meeting last week, on Monday, April 18th at the Northampton County Community College. There was a lot of interest and good questions around my talk on...
  • Blog Post: First Philadelphia Code Camp completed!

    This was a great event, and everyone involved made it a huge success. There were a few minor glitches with setup and logistics on the first morning, and no one remembered to check to see if the A/C stayed on after 6pm (it didn't, and it got hot!), but nothing detracted from the tremendous buzz at this...
  • Blog Post: Call to Form a Philadelphia Area BizTalk Server User’s Group

    7:00 PM June 1, 2005 at Microsoft Corporation, Malvern, PA You installed the software. You bought the book. You started your first project. Things happened. Microsoft BizTalk Server is breaking out in our area. What did you learn? What did you try? What will you never, ever do again? Come...
  • Blog Post: Sold out! Philadelphia Code Camp at 500 registered attendees

    Okay, had you asked me a few weeks ago, I was a little nervous. I mean, here we were, several user group leaders, RD's, MVP's, and I, along with (necessary) help from my regional marketing rep, putting together an event that was targeted to bring in 500 developers to speak and to attend, over two days...
  • Blog Post: Philadelphia Code Camp registration near max

    There are now fewer than two dozen slots available for this event before people are waitlisted, so if you're planning to attend please make sure you register! Go to http://www.phillydotnet.org/codecamp for the agenda, speaker info, logistics, and link to the registration site. If you're interested...
  • Blog Post: 10 days left before Philadelphia Code Camp

    Things are coming together for our Philadelphia Code Camp event, to be held on April 23rd and 24th at the Community College of Philadelphia! We have around 60 sessions and 40 speakers in our six tracks, as well as 50 machines in our proctored Hands-on labs, and over 370 registered attendees so far. ...
  • Blog Post: New Application Block for Enterprise Library - Updater Application Block v2.0

    I've downloaded this, installed it, and started playing around with it. If I can put together a demo, I may add it to my EntLib talk at VS Connections on Monday, but since I'm traveling over the weekend, it's up in the air. You need to have the latest build of Enterprise Library installed first, then...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Technology Summit 2005

    I've been in Redmond since Monday this week at an event focused around "competitive influentials." This event is the creative brainchild of one of my Developer Evangelist (DE) peers in the Central Region, Steve Loethen, and Heidi Dill, our developer marketing manager based in Redmond. DE's from districts...
  • Blog Post: Java Interoperability Event on March 23 in Oaks, PA

    Do you have a need to integrate with an application built with Java? Presenter Mitch Ruebush will look at the various techniques for interoperability between .NET and Java that are available. Discover the benefits and drawbacks of each approach as we examine in-process integration as well as out-of-process...
  • Blog Post: Certified Do over: Get a Free Microsoft Certification Exam Retake

    Your chances to pass any Microsoft certification exam have just doubled. Simply register for this offer by May 31, 2005, before taking your exam, and we'll give you a free second shot at success. http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/offers/2ndshot
  • Blog Post: DevConnections in Orlando March 21-23

    I was just asked to speak at DevConnections - the Visual Studio Connections part, at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Hotel, Orlando, Florida on March 21, topic is Enterprise Libarary : VFI253 – Introduction to the patterns & practices Enterprise Library patterns & practices are a collection of...
  • Blog Post: Atlantic Northeast Software Symposium coming March 11-13th to Philadelphia

    I met Jay Zimmerman at the Philadelphia Java user group meeting last night (hey, I go where any developers go!) and he told me about this conference coming to Philadelphia from March 11th through 13th. The Atlantic Northeast Software Symposium used to be all Java based, but attendees requested .NET sessions...
  • Blog Post: 14 Free on-line BizTalk Server 2004 Hands-on labs available

    14 BizTalk Hands-on Labs are now publicly available in the full-featured MSDN Virtual Lab at: http://msdn.demoservers.com/login.aspx?group=biztalk It's simple to access, and there is no complex setup or installation required to try out Biztalk Server 2004. You'll have access to the following labs: Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: PhillyDotNet User Group meeting on Wednesday night (1/19/2005)

    This is going to be a kickin' meeting. The first session will be about code generation tools, presented by Mitch Ruebush, .NET Architect at ING Direct and a Microsoft RD. The second session is about distributed object-oriented applicatons, presented by Rocky Lhotka of Magenic, also an RD. Both are awesome...
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