As you may or may not know , I am pretty heavily involved in the local .NET community and serve as the Vice President of the WI .NET Users Group. Well this weekend, March 5, is our third annual day long extravaganza - Deeper in .NET 2005.
Well, I don't know if extravaganza is the right word. Let me check.
(Searching the web...)
OK, Dictionary.com defines extravaganza as "an elaborate, spectacular entertainment or display". I guess extravaganza is the right word after all.
I am SO excited about this. I'm such a geek. Our group is one of the 10 largest .NET user groups in the world! And get this: This is going to be the largest .NET user group event ever!! Right now we already have over 400 registrants. If you're going to be anywhere near Milwaukee this Saturday, you need to be there. But register now so you can be sure to get in and get fed -- mentally and literally (there's lunch).
We've got an awesome lineup of speakers:
Topics look great too! Distributed objects, ASP.NET 2.0, Smart Client...
To top it off, Jacob Cynamon is hosting a lunch Q&A session featuring Scott Guthrie, Chris Mayo, Rob Howard, and Jason Beres who will answer questions regarding .NET architecture and design considerations not covered in their presentations. Watch for the e-mail to come out to all registered WI .NET UG members soon. If you want to know more about this, then you need to register on the WI .NET UG site.
It's this Saturday, March 5, 2005 at the Radisson by Mayfair Mall. Late registration and check-in starts at 7:00 AM and things get kicked off at 7:45.
Seriously, you should check it out! I'll be there all day -- come see me and say hi!
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