ITAC Lunch and Learn for .NET on Dec 4th

27. November 2007 15:21

ITAC Solutions has organized an upcoming lunch and learn event.  The topic will be "The Future of .NET Development", and I have been asked to deliver the presentation.  This will be a bit different from my typical in-depth technical sessions.  It will be a broad look at where we started, where we are right now, and where we are going in regards to the .NET platform and related technologies.  The goal is to use this initial meeting to paint a picture of the .NET landscape and establish a level of interest among the attendees in order to generate some feedback on the exact material that will be discussed in the future. 

The event will be held on Tuesday, December 4th at at The Emmet O'Neal Library in Crestline Village.  It will be held from 11:30AM until 1PM and lunch will be provided.  The presentation will probably begin shortly before 12PM.  Here is a link to a Google Map of the location.  You can also go to the library web site for detailed driving directions.  Send your registration inquiry to

There is a strong desire to turn this into a regularly occurring event that will be truly beneficial to the developer community.  So, I would encourage you to make an effort to attend and voice your ideas and opinions.  This type of venue is always exponentially improved with feedback from the community. 

I hope to see you at the event.

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