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Remember the date: 1st November

Remember the place: Oxford, Research Machines

... and the time: 7 - 9 pm (no-doubt with beers afterwards, rude not to!)

This marks the first session of the Oxford chapter of NxtGenUG !

NxtGenUG, (Next Generation User Group) is a non-profit user group for Microsoft Technologies. It is a community event, setup and run by the community for the community, so please take part!

This is a chance to be in a new user group chapter at the beginning !

Barry Dorans will be doing a presenting on ASP.Net and Tony Rogerson will be doing a presentation on Developing against SQL Server.

Please drop us an email if you want to do a presentating for a future session, you are most welcome!

Also, new members get a chance to win a trip to TechEd in Barcleona (thanks Microsoft for the prize) ... so it's all good !

More info can be found here, http://www.nxtgenug.net/ViewEvent.aspx?EventID=26

See you there ... and pass the news on please!

Posted on Thursday, October 5, 2006 11:27 AM Main | Back to top


Comments on this post: NxtGenUG Extravaganza !!

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User groups are certainly a ton of fun. If you guys end up running a Code Camp then let me know if you'd like to use the website I created for ours:

http://desertcodecamp.com

Just curious: Based on the logo does it have anything to do with Cingular phone service? And based on the name is it related at all to Lego Mindstorms?
Left by Lorin Thwaits on Oct 05, 2006 11:52 AM

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Thanks Lorin for your query.

The user group is a new thing for me, I'm not all that fussed about doing any presentations, I like listening.

The Code Camp is a cool idea, I will pass it on.

Thanks for bringing the similarities in logo to our attention. Cingular isn't a provider here in the UK but there is a likeness.
Left by Dave Oliver on Oct 06, 2006 6:24 AM

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Nice idea about the code camp - we'll have a think about that for next year.

The logo was created by a graphic designer, who wanted to show droplets of water joining together to be stronger (a community) and also to look like a person.

I said 'hey an orange man' i like it...
Left by Richard Costall on Oct 25, 2006 5:55 PM

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