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  • Blog Post: Linked .Net Users Group - Deepen your Debugging: Tips and Tricks for the Visual Studio 2008 Debugger

    As part of the ongoing efforts of Virtual World Evangelism, I have teamed up with some great folks on LinkedIn. If you want a great way to supplement your knowledge then join us and crank up your skillz! Find out more at:
  • Blog Post: Virtual World Evangelism on User Group TV (TechNet Edge)

      I did a show a while back in July for these folks and looks like it is finally airing.  Good times :)  I am the last interview in the show @ 14:45.  Enjoy!   UGTV! New faces, more great places!
  • Blog Post: INETA Has Changed... Check Out the Community Champs!

        This is actually two blog posts in one.  The first thing I wanted to get out there is that when I started this job a little over a year ago I didn't have much (if any) use for the International .NET User Group known as INETA ( ).  I wasn't alone...
  • Blog Post: Bartlesville .NET User Group, Yeah Baby!!!

      So, after my visit with my buds in Tulsa, I went to Bartlesville on Friday to speak to the wonderful DNUG there ( ).  All I can say is "WOW".  It is without a doubt one of the most impressive user groups I have seen in a small geography.  The group is...
  • Blog Post: Tulsa DNUG Totally Rocks!!!

      You know I have the best time with every visit to the Tulsa .NET Users Group ( ) led by that MVP of MVP's, David Walker ( ).  If you live in and around that area make sure to join these great folks and give David a hard time from me muhahahah...
  • Blog Post: Heroes Happen Here Launch Tomorrow! April 26, 2008

    Well it is finally time!  We are poised to hold the HHH Launch tomorrow.  In case you missed the other posts, here is a quick blurb and a link to the full post: The Second Life event will celebrate the launch of Windows Server 2008, Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008. The event will bring...
  • Blog Post: Starting Your Own .NET User Group

      Some folks from Nebraska recently asked me give guidance on how to start your own .NET user group (DNUG).  Here is an excerpt of the guidance I suggested: === Start here: This will get you registered in our tool to be...
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