Firstly the UK Bing Maps User Group are holding their next meeting on the evening of 19th January in London. The agenda looks like this:
6.30pm - Coffee and socialising
7.00pm - Session 1 "What's new in the Bing Maps world" - Johannes Kebeck (Microsoft)
7.45pm - Food and socialising
8.15pm - Session 2 “Show and Tell Session From Members”
"Mapping the natural world" by John Parsons of Woodland Trust
"Business intelligence Silverlight mapping" by Alex Blount of Earthware
more details to come...
9.00pm - Official end and off to the pub
And the VBUG Spring Conference is being held on 28/29th March in Reading.
Day One (Mon 28 March)
Developing SharePoint 2010 with Visual Studio 2010 - Dave McMahon
Cache Out with Windows Server AppFabric – Phil Pursglove
Silverlight Controls Design: And Why your Choice is Wrong – Ray Booysen (TBC)
Silverlight Development on Windows Phone 7 - Andy Wigley
Day Two (Tues 29 March)
SQL Server/BI (actual title TBC asap) - Andrew Fryer
Design Patterns – Compare and Contrast – Gary Short
Projecting your corporate identity to the cloud – Steve Plank
May the Silverlight 4 be with you – Richard Costall
The Step up to ALM – an Introduction to Visual Studio 2010 TFS for the Visual Sourcesafe User - Richard Fennell
This is a paid conference with prices ranging from £99+VAT for one day for VBUG members (earlybird) to £550+VAT for both days for non-members (not earlybird). Full details of the event, pricing and registration can be found here.