Here’s a great opportunity for profs and scientists to learn about .NET development – I first met Joe Hummel many moons ago at SIGCSE where he was teaching a VB tutorial and how it could be used for teaching, talk about bucking the trend. I’m glad to see the faculty workshops that Dennis Crain and I first supported are still continuing on….
Summer Faculty Workshops in
July 29 – August 3 to be held at the U. of Evansville
As in past summers, we’ll be offering high school and college faculty the opportunity to attend introductory and advanced workshops on Modern Software Development with Microsoft .NET. The workshops will be held on the campus of the University of Evansville and include extensive hands-on experience. We’ll run an introductory track first, followed by a more advanced track. Attendees may attend either workshop, or both.
The first workshop track will serve as an introduction to .NET, appropriate for newcomers or those seeking a refresher. It will begin at 5pm on Sunday July 29th, and conclude by 9pm on Tuesday July 31st. For more information, click here.
The second workshop track will focus on more advanced topics. It will begin at noon on Wednesday August 1st, and conclude by 5pm August 3rd. For more information, click here.
Cross Posted from Dan Fay’s Blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/dan_fay)