June Meeting - Israel Visual Basic User Group

The June meeting of the Israel Visual Basic User Group  meeting will be held on June 1, 2005:

 
17:30 - 18:00   Assembly
18:00 - 18:10   Introduction
18:10 - 19:15    “ASP.NET Tips and Tricks - Part 1”
                        Leon Langleyben
, SRL Group
19:15 - 19:30    Break
19:30 – 19:45   "Hatzilu !"
                         Open session, with questions and answers/ideas from everyone
19:45 - 20:45   "ASP.NET Tips and Tricks - Part 2"
                        Leon Langleyben
, SRL Group

 

This month, instead of focusing on the future, we will spend our time looking at building our current applications (with a little bit of looking to the future).  Leon Langleyben, who is a Senior Consultant at the SRL Group and a really top-notch ASP.NET developer, will be our speaker.  He will spend the entire evening sharing and demonstrating for us various different ASP.NET tips and tricks.  We will explore methods to solve common problems of Web Application development and will discuss ways to boost application performance.

 

As always, we'll have our special "Hatzilu" session at our meeting. So please come prepared to discuss your most frustrating problems (or at least some of them!) and to share some of your own techniques and solutions that you have found useful in your applications.

Please remember that it is important for me to know as accurately as possible how many people will be attending each meeting, so that I can arrange for the right amount of food and the proper setup of the chairs.  Please confirm your attendance.

See you there !!


Location:
Microsoft Israel
2 Hapnina St,
Ra'anana
(09) 7625-100
Floor 0 , Dekel Room
It is the new building across from Amdocs.
After the first traffic circle, there is an area for parking on the right.


 

Published Monday, May 30, 2005 10:17 AM by Jackie Goldstein

Comments

Monday, June 13, 2005 6:18 PM by Ayende Rahien

# re: June Meeting - Israel Visual Basic User Group

Can you create podcasts from this sessions? I really enjoyed the ones that Roy made, and I would like to be able to hear what happened, even if I couldn't arrive.