.NET University in Huntsville

15. December 2006 04:37

The Huntsville New Technology Users Group will be hosting a run of the .NET University in January 2007.  It is currently scheduled for Monday, January 8th and Tuesday, January 9th from 6PM to 9PM each evening.  It will be held in the auditorium at Intergraphs's Building #15. 

You can get directions here.

Todd and I are currently scheduled to speak at the event.  Naturally, he will be presenting the WPF session, and I will be presenting the WCF session.  I am not sure who will be covering the WF and Cardspace sessions, but it will probably be Doug Turnure and someone else.

The material is targeted toward a broad range of positions and experience levels.  So, this will be a great opportunity to get a general overview of the .NET Framework 3.0 technologies for anyone that is interested.

I don't think registration has opened yet.  Once I receive word that it has, I will be sure to pass along the information. 

I hope to see you there.

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