I at one time had a radio blog, but I only had radio installed on my laptop, and I never really had my laptop with me for some reason when I wanted to post. So it kinda went down the crapper. I guess I could have figured out how to set the thing up to remotely work, or the bizarro scripting library, but let's be honest, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City just doesn't reach 100% completion on it's own.
I'm an MCT and MCSD teaching VB6, the .NET tracks and the SQL Server development courses. Basically, I get paid to play with cool stuff, and then I have to share my knowledge with others. Yeah, life's rough.
Upcoming Schedule for me (numbers represent MOC course #):
|Feb 3 - 7
||2073 - Programming a MS SQL Server 2000 Database |
|Feb 10 - 14
||1013 - Mastering Visual Basic 6|
|Feb 17 - 21
||2559 - Introduction to Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Programming with Microsoft.NET|
|Mar 3 - 5
||2071 - Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with Transact-SQL|
|Mar 10 - 12
||2669 - Intro to Programming|
|Mar 31 - Apr 4
||2310 - Developing Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications Using Visual Studio .NET|
|Apr 7 - Apr 11
||1907 - Building Distributed Applications for Microsoft Windows 2000 with Visual Basic|
|Apr 14 - 18
||2373 - Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET (at night!)|
|Apr 28 - 30
||2565 - Developing Microsoft .NET Applications for Windows (Visual Basic.NET)|
If you are in the Louisville area, I talked our sales people into offering 2373, 2310 and 2565 all for the low cost of $1,900 in hopes of driving up interest in .NET. That's 13 days of training for $1,900. I don't know if I should feel like a whore for the cost, or if I should get excited about people being able to justify training expenses to start to adopt .NET.
Oh, I might also be in Santa Barbara sometime in Feb teaching 2373 at a New Horizons there. We'll see about that though...