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I know there are a lot of activities this evening but don't forget about the Birds of a Feather Sessions hosted by INETA (the International .NET Association). BOF Sessions are fun, informal and interactive, refreshing after a day of listening to presentations. At 9:00 PM there will be sessions on Managing Programmers (John Moody), Software Factories (Gunther Lenz), Writing Secure Code (Keith Brown), DotNetNuke (Shaun Walker), .NET vs. Java (Leo Shuster), Distributed Atomic Transcations (William Tay) ......

Don't forget to pick up your “INETA” badge insert at the INETA table in the foyer overlooking the south lobby. Just look for the high quality plastic palm trees! We will also be having drawings for two windows media players this week.

If you have any questions about user groups in general or user groups in your area please ask any of the INETA people at the table.

 


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