The CLR Roadtrip hits Arizona


Stop #2 on the CLR Roadtrip has just been finalized.  Three PMs on the CLR development team will be in Arizona the week of May 16th   Just like stop #1 in Atlanta this continues our tour sending a handful of folks out to different cities to visit with customers and talk to user’s groups and key influentials.  Our goals are simple:  we want to get a visceral feeling for how customers are using our products today and especially how we could do things better.  In the process we hope to be able to help the community via talks at users groups, do educational presentations for customers, help folks migrate to .NET Framework 2.0 and engage in an open dialog about competitive technologies. 


 


Alas, I will not personally be on this trip, but I am super excited to send Claudio Caldato (Perf), Rich Lander (Loader) and  Mike Downen (Security).    Some claims to fame for these guys…


            Claudio thought RicoM everything he knows about perf (or was that the other way around). 😉


            Rich actually knows the difference between the LoadFrom contact and the fusion binding context 😉


            Mike is the guy to be nice to; he is likely to be able to hack your system 😉


 


You are welcome to join these folks from the CLR team and some other great speakers at BetaDays 2005. 











Date/Time:


Thursday, May 19, 2005 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Registration at 8:00 AM SHARP!


Cost:


FREE! Nada, zip, zero, zilch!


How to register:


REGISTER HERE


 

Comments (3)

  1. Great! I’m so looking forward to this. Btw. You guys should come see how Arizona State University uses .Net in its research and for classes. My current project, the iCare BookReader has been using this from the day I joined (http://cubic.asu.edu/icare/reader.html). I know lots of other project too are using this. Maybe you guys can come and convince us to migrate to VS.Net 2005 🙂

    I think the use of team systems would definately help the development efforts of projects at research universities. Especially since students come and go. A big problem a lot of projects face is when a core developer leaves. But thanks for coming to AZ. 🙂

  2. As Brad has mentioned in his blog, the CLR PM team is doing a series of road trips. The week before last,…