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June 2005 Entries

The Tampa Code Camp will be held on July 16th, 2005. See table below for the Tampa and other Florida code camps! Date Location Registration Session Info Misc July 16 Tampa, FL MSDN Events www.tampacodecamp.com Speaker nominations openRegistration openSession info online August 27 Jacksonville, FL codecamp.jaxdug.com codecamp.jaxdug.com Speaker nominations openRegistration openSession info online Sept 17 Charleston, SC www.gcnug.org/codecamp not available at this time Outta devfish's geography but ......

Florida .NET User Group, Miramar, 2005-06-14 - http://www.fladotnet.com Microsoft Spot Watch Project Ed Hill - ehill@mir.devry.edu - Professor Brian Kmak - Student Ryan Smith - Student Started with MS Spot Development Contest 30 projects submitted This was 1 of 10 projects selected More info on http://direct.msn.com/ Spot = Smart Personal Objects Technology Based on FM sub carrier - MS Direct Band Features buttons Select Channel Scroll up/down for options Enter / next Only watches now, other devices ......

Planning still in progress but INETA will be running the Birds of a Feather sessions again, Stuart Celarier who did a great job for Teched 2005 has already starting working on them with Microsoft.

Still in discussion what other presence INETA may have at PDC.

Tropical Update: http://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=tabset

  • Arlene - Final Track - 6/11/2005
  • Bret
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  • http://www.nonprofitways.com/ has been in existance for over three years, originally started at a post user group meeting at Hooters! Recently, an original project, the South Florida Table Tennis Organization site was officially completed. The purpose was to be able to get local (and now world wide) .net developers to work on projects that would benifit non profit groups that could not afford to undertake a custom development effort. A new project, Grove House Artists has been started by David Silverlight. ......


    The INETA booth this year is in the Community Cabana area and can be identified by the plastic palm trees, INETA banners and INETA beach balls. Periodically during the day you may see the INETA Prize Patrol wandering around the convention center, identified by a group of somewhat roudy developers with parrot hats and a boom box. They are looking for people with INETA badge inserts to give prizes to. Also twice each day there are grand prize drawings.. Prizes inlcude X-Box's, pocket pc's and spot ......

    Again this year, INETA put on a full day User Group Leader Summit on Sunday before Teched. Over 150 people came and was sponsored by both INETA (Developer user groups) and Culminis (IT Pro User Groups). Besides the intense networking between user group leaders there were a series of workshops in the afternoon. Three tracks covered all sorts of topics including newsletters, marketing, volunteer orgainzation, funding, and leadership for user group leaders. This is a good chance for the North American ......