Geek Speak: Touring Southern Lousiana Next Week

Hi everyone,

I will be in the following places next week:
 1/4 Baton Rouge (use the link to Register)
           Theater - United Artist Citiplace 11
           2610 Citiplace Drive
           Baton Rouge Louisiana 70808

NOTE: The will be a Geek Speak: LoadFest, bring your laptops

 1/6 New Orleans (use the link to Register)
          Theater-AMC Elmwood Palace 20 Harrahan
          1200 Elwood Park Blvd
          New Orleans Louisiana 70123

Question of the Day: What cool gadget/toy did you get for christmas?

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ASP.NET – Fixing That Last Bug In Your Web Application

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Visual Studio Team System – A Technical Tour

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