MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow: Last Stops Coming in LI & Stamford!

MSDNSuburbanRoadshow_thumb Bill Zack & I thank everyone who attended our first few stops on the Winter 2009 series of “Suburban” Roadshow events. So far we’ve visited East Windsor, NJ, Parsippany, NJ, and NYC.  Thanks to our hosts at Infragistics and Set Focus!  There are only two more stops left on this series.  So if you weren’t able to attend one yet, it’s not too late to join in. 

This Thursday, March 5th, we are going to be at Hofstra University on Long Island.  The following week, we’ll be at the University of Connecticut campus in Stamford, CT on Wednesday, March 11th.

[Update 3-6-2009:] Unfortunately, we have had to cancel our Stamford stop on the Roadshow. Stay tuned for details on our next series of events later this spring!


REGISTER STAMFORD – March 11, 2009

On the line-up for this go around are:

  • RESTful Programming with WCF 3.5

  • IE8: What Every Developer Needs To Know

  • Syntactic Sugar with .NET 3.5 

All of the stops this month are scheduled the same day as the local user group.  At Hofstra, the Roadshow will be followed by the Long Island .NET user group where attendees will be treated to two additional talks:

  • Matt Fritz on “SQL CLR for the .NET Programmer”

  • Roger Coxon on “SQL Server Service Broker for the .NET Programmer”

In Stamford, we’ll have Microsoft MVP Steve Andrews presenting on “Code Generation with Visual Studio 2008”!

See my previous post for details and registration info for all MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow events.

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