Just a reminder, we will be holding it tomorrow, March 19th from 7-9PM. The meeting this month will bring ALT.NET to Arlington, Virginia. I want to thank Kevin Hegg
for hosting this event. Unfortunately, Jay Flowers
will not be able to attend, so instead we will have myself and Phil McMillan
presenting IoC containers and Interception with Castle Windsor.
At our last meeting, Stelligent
hosted our event in which we discussed a lot of great topics. You can read a wrapup of our last meeting here
. Our format is as follows, the first hour or so is the topic at hand and then the second hour or whenever the talk is done is for Open Spaces.
Looking for Sponsors
As always, we're looking for sponsors for our events. We bring a lot of passionate developers to your site and we feel we can bring a lot. Sponsorship opportunities are always appreciated!
Who We Are
Are you a developer who always keeps an eye out for a better way? Do you look outside the mainstream to adopt the best practices of any development community, including Open Source, Agile, Java, and Ruby communities? Are you always looking for more elegant, more simple, more maintainable solutions? If so, then you might be an ALT.NET practitioner!
This group follows the Open Space Technology
model. In Open Space, a facilitator explains the process and then participants are invited to co-create the agenda and host their own discussion groups. So, we'll take a vote and present the topics. We're in the pub-club mind occasionally, so it's not surprising to find us geeking out a bar...
This model follows the four basic principles:
Time and Location:
- Whoever comes are the right people
- Whatever happens is the only thing that could have
- Whenever it starts is the right time
- When it's over, it's over
Tuesday, Marh 19th 7:00 PM
Arlington, VA. See thread
Come, participate, and make your voice heard! Come meet passionate developers like yourself in the active discussion. Hoping for a great turnout... If you haven't signed up for our list, go ahead and do that here