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Dotnet University comes to Atlanta

Atlanta Visual Basic Study Group

AVBSG is proud to present .NET University as a 4-part series during this winter’s meetings! If you don't live in the area, you can get the course materials at the DotNet University web site and run one in your area.

Join us to get an overview of the next version of the .NET Framework (.NET 3.0), including Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation, and Windows CardSpace. All topics are covered at a 100-level, and labs will be included with the courseware. Upon completion, registered attendees who attend all sessions will receive their official .NET University alumni T-Shirt and a Certificate of completion. Space is limited, so register now at http://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=113332 to get your seat at .NET University! Even if you can't commit to attending all 4 sessions, feel free to come to those that you can. You won't get the shirt and certificate, but you will get some quality learning on these new technologies.

Schedule of upcoming sessions

11/15/2006 - Dotnet University: Workflow Foundation
Noah Subrin will present the first session of our Dotnet university track on Microsoft Workflow Foundation (WF).

12/20/2006 - Windows Presentation Foundation
John Crawford will present the second of our Dotnet univeristy classes on Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).

1/17/2007 - Windows Communication Foundation
We will kick off 2007 with our third Dotnet university class on Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). (Speaker TBD)

2/21/2007 - Windows Cardspace
Our final class will cover the new security model called Cardspace. (Speaker TBD)

 

Time and Location:
As usual, the meeting will begin at 6:30 and last until about 9:00.
This meeting will be held at the Alpharetta Campus of Devry University which is located at 2555 Northwinds Pkwy in Alpharetta. Click here for a map to the location. For the first two sessions, we will meet in room 263.

We are currently looking for speakers, so if you have something to present or want to learn about a topic, contact us.

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