Free MSDN events in your area!

Hello all,

We (the MSDN events team), are hitting the road again for the next few weeks talking about fun development stuff.

The sessions at our events include :

1. Make it Simple – Language Enhancements in the .NET Framework 2.0
2. Make it Powerful – Exploring the Enterprise Library for the .NET Framework 2.0
3. Make it Personal – Creating Customizable User Interfaces with Web Parts and ASP.NET 2.0

Also, when you attend our event, you get an awesome *free* resource DVD that contains :

- Session related videos, code and slides,
- Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0 and related Patterns and Practices content,
- Resources for developing ASP.NET 2.0, Smart Clients, Web Services etc.,
- The new Microsoft Developer Security Resource Kit, and much more!

Here’re all the events we’ll be doing in the western region of the US (click on the link to register):

For a detailed outline, and to find an event happening in or near your town, visit the MSDN Events site.


Comments (13)
  1. Pietrek says:

    Any chance of getting Cincinnati on the list? Last year’s Visual Studio 2005 kickoff seemed to be a success.

  2. Ai says:

    Hi Pietrek,

    Yes – Cincinnati is on our list, but we wont get there for a few months, unfortunately.

    Stay tuned to <a href="">our events website</a>…



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