INETA Chalk Talk at next MSDN


In our quest to make MSDN Events a way for us to foster developer connections in our cities, we’re trying an experiment. On the morning of this coming MSDN Event in Atlanta, we’ll be hosting deep technical dive that (for lack of a better name right now) we are calling Chalk Talks.  Starting at 9:00 AM, you can get some serious 400 level in-depth information on .NET from Don Browning, Mark Dunn, and Shawn Wildermuth. So bring your serious in-depth questions on ASP.NET, ADO.NET and more. And when you’re done around noon, just go out for a quick lunch and you can come back to an afternoon loaded with great info and demos on ASP.NET 2.0. 

Finally, after the event, stick around for a meeting of the .NET Pub Club, a fun evening with free food and soft drinks, and the opportunity to network and talk shop. Location will be announced at the event.

Hope to see you there!

Comments (6)

  1. Calling all developers with questions – come ask the experts in a completely informal setting. …

  2. Calling all developers with questions – come ask the experts in a completely informal setting. …

  3. Calling all developers with questions – come ask the experts in a completely informal setting. …

  4. samaresh says:

    Glen,

    I gained a lot from your presentation yesterday at Atlanta. One question I forgot to ask you.

    I am not sure whether this is the right place here.

    Q. can Visual Studio 2003 be used with Visual Sourcesafe 2005 server as a provider?

  5. Waldemar Sauer says:

    Speaking of the "next MSDN event": What’s up with the September Technet/MSDN event? msdn.microsoft.com/events and msdnevents.com both come up empty for the above events in Georgia over the next month. Are there going to be MSDN and Technet for Sept. 2005, or are they canceled?