Announcing: The Mid-Atlantic Code Camp!

It’s finally time to announce the first Mid-Atlantic Code Camp. The MAD Code Camp will be held on Saturday May 7th, from 9am-9pm, and will consist of the following tracks: Web Development Smart Client Development Data Free-for-All (chalk talks, panels, etc.) Day-in-the-Life (all sessions drawn around a single sample application) A call for speakers will be…

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NoVaSQL Meeting announcement

Just got the following from my friends at the Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group: Good afternoon.  The Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group (www.novasql.com) is announcing its second session for 2005 to benefit IT Professionals (DBAs, Developers, Admins, etc.) in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland areas interested in SQL Server.  The second…

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MSDN Events RSS feeds by state

http://www.msdnevents.com/rss/customFeeds.aspx allows you to access custom RSS feeds for MSDN events in your state. Simply select the desired state, then click the RSS button. Below are feeds for the states in the Mid-Atlantic district: District of ColumbiaMarylandVirginiaWest Virginia You can use these to keep up with local events via your favorite RSS aggregator, or you could use them…

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Events, events, and more EVENTS!!!

Are you interested in Windows Forms that use the .NET Framework to its fullest? Would you like to kill every last bug in your web application? Are you hankering for more information on Visual Studio Team System? Well, the good folks at MSDN Events are planning a ton of events to satisfy your needs. Just…

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Chris Kinsman on Team Development

The Capital Area .NET user group will be featuring Chris Kinsman this month, talking about team development. Chris is a terrific speaker, and often appears at conferences like VSLive!, so you should definitely take advantage of the opportunity to see him for FREE. The meeting is on Tuesday, October 26 at 7pm at the AT&T building in…

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