If you’re heading to PDC, be sure to get online and vote for your favorite INETA Birds
Of a Feather (BOF) session. You only have until Sunday to vote, and there are a bunch
of new session proposals so check it out. To vote, visit the PDC site
These sessions are a great way to spend some time with experts and other developers
interested in learning more about various topic areas. These community driven sessions
are an open and informal format is both fun and highly educational.
It’s hard to beleive that it’s been 10 years since millions of little blue boxes were
opened around the world, giving us Windows 95 and all of it’s innovations. Things
were certainly different back then before broadband, Google, VoIP, Scoble.
I wonder how many clicks of the Start menu it’s been since? I think the feature that
had the most impact for me was the integrated dialer for interenet access. At the
time ISP’s were trying to support a variety of PPP/SLIP dialing applications. A dial
and a browser in the OS? Now that was innovation!
Julie Lerman shows off the result of combining MSN Virtual Earth and web based Tablet
[Images are from MSN Virtual Earth]
on .NET 2.0
* Introduction to Generics by Joe Bennett
* Getting things done with the 2.0 Background Worker Component and Asynchronous
Pattern by Rob Zelt
* Introduction to the new Systems.Transactions Namespace by Josh Carlisle
When: Thursday August 25th 2005 at 5:30PM – 8:30PM
Where: Credit Suisse First Boston – Map…
The Local Speaker Night is
a new effort sponsored by TRINUG to connect experienced local developers who
want to share their knowledge and experience and develop their presentation skills
with the local developer community and beyond.
PLEASE RSVP to: email@example.com
If you’re interested in (or are even considering) attending let us know so that we
can have enough food and refreshments for everyone.
Our favorite DCC (Developer Community Champion) is BACK in Raleigh this week
to show some Visual Studio .Net 2.0 coolness!
MSDN Event by Glen Gordon
Tuesday, August 16, 2005 1:00 PM – Tuesday, August 16, 2005 5:00 PM (GMT-05:00)
Eastern Time Welcome Time: 12:30 PM
North Raleigh Hilton
3415 Wake Forest Road
Raleigh North Carolina 27609
General Event Information
Products: ASP.NET and Visual Studio.
Look out! Carl Franklin, Richard Campbell, and Geoff the sound guy are rock’n their
way on road trip from Boston to San Francisco for the VS2005 launch. They’ll be in
Raleigh on October 20th recording a live show. Mark your calendars and stay tuned
for a location and time.