Monday, May 24, 2010

Azure Bootcamps

Microsoft's Azure Bootcamps are going strong! At an Azure bootcamp you get a full day of learning Azure through a combination of presentions and hands-on labs. Starting next week, Neudesic is sponsoring the following 12 Azure bootcamps across the country in 12 locations:
  • New York - June 15 RSVP
  • Washington DC - June 22 RSVP
  • Dallas - June 8 RSVP
  • Chicago - June 24-25 RSVP
  • Denver - June 4 RSVP
  • Salt Lake City - June 11 RSVP
  • Portland - June 1 RSVP
  • San Diego - June 1 RSVP
  • Orange County - June 2 RSVP
  • Los Angeles - June 3 RSVP
  • San Francisco - June 15 RSVP
  • Seattle - June 16 RSVP

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Speaking at Executive Cloud Computing Roundtable in Portland

I'll be speaking at the Executive Cloud Computing Roundtable on the evening of Thursday May 6th in Portland Oregon. To lead off our discussion, I'll present on the business benefits of Windows Azure and examine what cloud computing means for I.T. under the best and worst of circumstances--and how to direct the outcome.

For more information, contact me through this blog.

Speaking on VS2010 and C# 4.0 at LA .NET Developers Group Meeting on May 3rd

On Monday May 3rd I'll be speaking at the Los Angeles .Net Developers Group on C# 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010.

Next Meeting

Monday, May 03, 2010 at
Visual Studio 2010 and C# with David Pallman
TOPIC: Tour of Visual Studio 2010 and C# 4.0

David Pallmann will take us on a tour of Visual Studio 2010 and C# 4.0. In the Visual Studio 2010 portion of the talk, many new IDE features and improvements will be shown that improve your design, development, debugging, and deployment experience, including: zoom, box selection, call hierarchy, navigation, highlighting, generate from usage, and more intelligent IntelliSense.

In the C# portion of the talk, new language features will be demonstrated including: named and optional parameters; the dynamic language runtime; variance; and COM interop.

We're meeting from 6:30 to 9:30 pm on the UCLA campus. You can get directions from the the LA .Net Developers Group web site. If you're in the LA area, we hope you can join us!