Thursday, February 12th - 6:00pm
The Future of Managed Languages:
C# and Visual Basic
Presented by Mark Strawmyer
In this session we will outline the future of C# and Visual Basic. Learn about the new capabilities of the next versions of these languages, including additional LINQ features, syntax simplifications, and a host of other improvements.
About Mark Strawmyer
Mark Strawmyer is a Senior Architect of .NET applications for large and mid-size organizations. Mark is a technology leader with Crowe Horwath LLP in Indianapolis, Indiana. He specializes in architecture, design and development of Microsoft-based solutions. Mark was honored to be named a Microsoft MVP for application development with C# for the fifth year in a row.
We will begin registrations at 5:30pm. Expect a bit of a queue as your fellow attendees provide name and email address. You can speed the process by bringing a business card or a copy of this personalized newsletter.
New meeting location for this month only:
Radisson Indianapolis Carmel
251 East Pennsylvania Parkway,
Indianapolis, IN 46280
Take Meridian Street/US 31 north of 465 to 103rd Street, then right to roundabout, then right onto Pennsylvania Parkway.
Special Interest Groups
Three Special Interest Groups (SIGs) meet after the Main Presentation (around 8PM). The SIGs (Architecture, ASP.NET, and C#) feature a good hour of specific content.
Architecture: Steve Porter moderates this SIG on topics of interest to the Software Architect.
C#: Jim Ellis moderates a session each month for C# developers.
ASP.NET: John Thomas moderates Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices with ASP.NET
We are Indianapolis' .NET user group. We are an organized group of professional software developers in the Indianapolis area with a specific interest in Microsoft's .NET technologies. We meet on the second Thursday of every month, and have done so since 2001.
Doors open at 5:30pm and the meeting starts at 6:00pm. Everyone is welcome to join us, and admission is free. Presentations are targeted towards developers and IT professionals, and are never thinly-veiled sales presentations; rather, IndyNDA features real code and interaction with more than 100 of the top developers in the region. Casual networking is encouraged.