April 2010 - Posts
Great turn-out for the UTD .NET User Group LINQ presentation this past Saturday (4/24).
Lots of great questions and lots of good interest.
Attached is the PowerPoint from the presentation.
Will attach the code shortly, once converted from VS 2010 to VS 2008, which the majority of you have loaded.
Please email me with any questions or follow-up, and hope to see you all again soon.
Thanks to Microsoft Developer Evangelist Chris Koenig and INETA Director Shawn Weisfeld for their nomination for the INETA Community Champ Award.
Think that most of the .NET Developers recognize that INETA exists soley to grow .NET community and do a great job doing so!
Here's a link ==> http://inetachamps.com/Profile/Details/robvettor
Once again, thanks all!
Thanks for the hospitality and great questions about DEV 10 debugging this past weeks.
Attached are the slides.
Call me if you have any questions and looking to seeing all of you again soon.
Zeeshan Hirani, MVP in the Data Programability Group, co-author of the upcoming Entity Framework Recipies book, is teaching a 6 week class on Entity Framework 4.0 at Collin Community College, beginning May 22nd.
The class will meet each Saturday morning from 9 am to 1.
There is probably nobody in the Metroplex area that knows the Entity Framework as initimately as Zeeshan.
Sign up and leverage his all of the work that he has invested in this technology.
Learning Entity Framework is a "must-know" skill, which will soon be CRITICAL to your success in Microsoft development, as MSFT has made this framework one of their core pieces moving forward.
Sign-up at ==> http://www1.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=collince-ado
Contact Zeeshan at email@example.com for more details.
Microsoft has just made my year by renewing my C# MVP!!!
Very thankful for the ongoing support from Microsoft South Central Developer/Architect Evangelists, Chris Koenig, Zain Naboulsi, Phil Wheat and John Weston, as well my MVP Lead P.J. Forgione, at the MotherShip up in Seattle and all of you!
Have a lot of presentations line up this year, thus far, (http://weblogs.asp.net/dotnetarchitect/pages/net-presentations.aspx) and am looking to finally launch Hands-On-Coding.net, with monthly meeting where we, as a group, with our laptops, deep-dive into the .NET Framework.