New Hampshire .NET Rolls into Portsmouth

The New Hampshire .NET User Group, in addition to its Nashua and Concord locations, is now adding Portsmouth to the mix!

The New Hampshire .NET Seacoast User Group will meet the 3rd Wednesday of each month starting with the first meeting on April 20th:

      New Hampshire .NET Seacoast UG
      April 20, 6- 8 PM
John Garland (of Wintellect) on Getting Started with Windows Phone 7 Applications
      Hosted by: Global Relief Technologies
      30 New Hampshire Ave., Portsmouth, NH

Thanks to everyone involved (and by the way, the group would love to have more volunteers).  It’s great to see the developer community growing!


Comments (4)
  1. Richard says:

    So that's "Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA", not "Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK".

    You Americans do like to confuse people with your place names!

  2. Chris Bowen says:

    Hi Richard,

    Ah, yes, with apologies, that would be the US version of Portsmouth.  Our friends in Cambridge, UK must also enjoy when I blog about Cambridge in Massachusetts without being specific enough as well.  🙂

    Best Regards,


  3. Richard says:

    Reminds me of a news story from a couple of years ago where someone had produced a publicity brochure for Birmingham, UK using images of Birmingham, Alabama!

    And there are plenty of people who don't understand why, when panning across a shot of the Eiffel Tower, American film makers have to add a subtitle of "Paris, France"; "Paris" so that American audiences don't think it's Las Vegas, and "France" so they don't think it's in Texas.

    As for Brighton Beach, I doubt you mean that strip of pebbles between the road and the sea in Brighton, East Sussex, where wrinkly old people take their clothes off! :o)

  4. Ralph Krausse says:

    Can't wait!!! Portsmouth is finally on the .NET map!

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