ADNUG ACS badged .net training in Adelaide

Peter Griffith, President of the Adelaide .NET User Group sends me the following excellent news: Once again ADNUG is offering 3 ACS badged 5 day courses in VB, C# and ASP in conjunction with Kaz with considerable discounts for members. (over 40% off rrp). For details http://www.acs.org.au/sa/newsletr/meetings/5day_courses.pdf Programming with Microsoft® Visual Basic .NET Course 2373B…


Building Windows Forms Webcasts.

I’ve been on leave for a couple of weeks, so I missed the start of these webcasts. To be perfectly honest though, I’ll probably watch the on-demand versions anyway. I’m not really a 4am kind of person. I think this gets 2 hours better at the end of this month with the advent of daylight…

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Online Chat: Visual C++ 2005 Library and Runtime Enhancements (5am – 6am Sep 17 AEST)

The next release of Visual C++ includes many new and enhanced libraries which improve security, support managed code and integrate existing applications and components. The CRT and STL fully support managed applications. There is a new secure CRT and STL that offer safe interfaces to familiar functionality. The managed support library provides conveniences such as…


Online chat: Upgrading COM Applications to .NET with Visual C++ 2005 (5am-6am Sep 3 AEST)

There are some great webcasts coming out of the US, albeit at not great times. This one follows on very nicely from our July MSDN Update. Are there webcast topics you’d like to see delivered by local presenters at ANZ friendly times? We have world-class developers and presenters among the .NET community here in the…

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QMSDNUG August Meeting Notice

Greg Low Sends me the following great news: Hi Folks, Our meeting this month will be Tuesday, the 17th August. Thanks to Joseph Cooney for his assistance with the session in July. This month we have another real treat. Dave Apelt is back in town and will present: Rapid N-Tier development in .Net N-Tier architecture…

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SDNUG Meeting – Thursday 12 Aug 2004 *One week later due to TechEd*

Developing for devices with the Visual Studio .NET 2003 and the .NET Compact Framework by Microsoft’s Jonathan Wells The .NET Compact Framework is a small footprint, binary compatible version of the .NET Framework, designed for small mobile devices. The .NET Compact Framework enables devices to interoperate easily with Web services, using the development productivity of…

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