RECAP: ASP.NET Blog Chat


Thanks to everyone that attended the chat we had today on Tess and my pages.  I think it went really well and we are going to continue these in the future and hopefully get to some more topics.

I just wanted to let everyone know that we are going to be posting more information about the topics that were discussed in the chat.  Going into more detail and explaining things better.  But I wanted to give a quick summary of the topics that we discussed:

I hope the people that attended enjoyed it.  And we would really like to get your feedback on the chat.  Tess and I will be posting on some of these topics above to go into more detail with them.

Thanks

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Comments (7)

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  2. André Nobre says:

    Today (Wednesday), happend the first blog chat about debugging, hosted at Tess ‘ and Tom’s blog. The

  3. Chakravarthy says:

    Tom,

    Thanks for the chat.. i guess this is the first of it’s kind at a blog. Yes!! there are some kind of Chats conducted by others, but not at Blog.. that too simultaneously at 2 different blogs.. your collaboration is really appreciated and wish you all the best for such kind of events in the future.

    Finally, i missed the chat script .. is there any way to archive the chat script .. pl let me know..

    Regards,

  4. I have to say that I was happily surprised, not only that so many people showed up and about the amount

  5. tomchris says:

    Chakravarthy,

    I’m glad you enjoyed it.  We did as well and will do doing more in the future.  For the script, Tess and I am figuring out what we are going to do.  I think we are going to just expand on the questions and answer them a little more thoroughly in our blogs.  Was there something in particular you were looking to see again?

  6. Josh Coswell says:

    I wait to see all the details of the Chat.

    Thanks

    Josh Coswell

    http://riverasp.net

  7. So there is a common issue that people run across when they start trying to debug managed code.