I’ve been talking with a number of people about starting a Silverlight focused group
here in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area. If you’re interested, se if you can come
out to the presentation I’m giving for the Triangle
.Net User Group Web Applications SIG on Wednesday and we can maybe chat afterwards
as well about setting another meeting up later in April. I’m thinking maybe April
22nd, 24th, or 29th?
On the topic of SIlverlight meetings…. I think there are a few of us that may soon
need a local meeting more like this….
Silverlight Rehab – You’re
Stay out of the dark and go into the light!
you’re interested in some FREE Silverlight 2 training, on Wednesday evening (April
2, 2008 6:00 pm) I will be giving a presentation on Silverlight 2 Controls for the
Triangle .Net User Group’s(TRINUG) Web Application SIG. The meeting is being held
at Compuware in Durham,
NC. I’ll be covering the controls currently included in Silverlight 2, as well as
creating User Controls and Custom Controls, and also styling and skinning existing
On Wednesday April 9, 2008 Brad Abrams will be presenting at the Triangle
.Net User Group in Raleigh/Durham, NC. The presentation will be “Sort of think
of it like Mix08 in 1.5 hours”
covering Silverlight 2, the MVC Framework, and other new exciting technologies from
In addition to the fun of having Brad in town, our friends at FarPoint are
sponsoring the event and treating us to a traditional BBQ feast! Space is limited
Again to rephrase, YOU
MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND!
One of the fun parts of Mix08 was seeing the Code
Trip bus set sail on it’s voyage around the western US. It’s a bunch of Microsoft
DE’s and prominent members of the developer community that will be holding a series
of events as they travel from city to city. I look forward to seeing the bus again
at it’s final destination at the MVP summit in Seattle in April.
The Code Trip site has a listing of the events
taking place, real time bus GPS tracking, and a travel
log. Anybody recognize the two in the preview image?
Happy trails Code Trip Team!!!
Wednesday, March 12, Chris Eargle will be
presenting on Continuous
Integration using MSBuild and CruiseControl at the March Meeting of TriNUG.
Chris has an excellent grasp on this topic, and this presentation, while easily approachable
for those new to CI, has plenty of technical depth for those more familiar with the
topic. Chris is a great speaker, and this event will leave you well-versed and capable
in setting up your own CI solution.
[Direct scrape from Dug’s blog but
I wanted to make sure we got the word out!]