The 'Add-in contest's results are out - a terrific job arranging the contest done by Roy and associates and all done online!
Lance Hunt has released 'C# Coding Standards v1.13'. Very well worth reading through it (its only 20 pages) - especially, if you are new to the 'C#' language or from a VB background. I mention the latter because I have seen C# code from former VB developers that make their code look like VB by obsessively using 'getters/setters' for one! This is not meant to disparage VB developers but C# has a style and standard of its own.
Good job Lance and many thanks!
I attended the Downton Boston .NET User Group meeting recently - here are some pictures from it:
The first picture is of Sam Gentile, the second one is of Robert Hurlbut. Followed by two pictures of the meeting attendees. A good meeting with plenty of Pizza!
Yesterday, I attended the Downtown Boston .NET User Group meeting held at Adesso Systems' office. Robert Hurlbut gave a presentation on 'Code Access Security in .NET' (unfortunately, I missed the last 10 minutes of it as I had to get the Greyhound back to Hartford). I hope to convince our local .NET group to have Robert to make the presentation here as well.
An added benefit of attending yesterday was to finally meet *the* .NET doyen, Sam Gentile. His knowledge about .NET is quite remarkable and his coding talents, quite legendary. I also got to see Phil Stanhope - the last time I saw Phil was at the Groove Developer conference back in March.
I took some pictures of the meeting and will post them here soon.