Alabama Code Camp Slides

14. April 2007 20:05

Today was the Alabama Code Camp in Mobile, AL.  Considering the weather, we had a strong showing of 100 people at the start of the day.  I have to give props to Doug Greene and Matt Hughes from the Lower Alabama .NET User Group.  They did an awesome job organizing the event.

I had a great time meeting up with some of the other speakers from across the region: Joe Healy, Doug Turnure, Jim Wooley, Keith Elder, and the infamous Wally McClure.  It was a reunion of sorts since it was the first time I had seen some of these guys in quite a while.  There were some excellent geek conversations and some new catch phrases that

I presented a session entitled: "Introduction to WCF: Fundamental Concepts for Developers".  It covers a lot of material in a short amount of time.  Unfortunately, I lost about 15 minutes of my 70 minutes session due to problems with the projector.  It forced me to rush through some of the material in order to complete on time, but I still had quite a few people that told me they enjoyed it.

You can download the code and slides here.

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