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I had the pleasure of visiting and speaking at the 2012 Carolina Code Camp. A big thank you for the warm welcome to the volunteer leadership team: Mark Wilson, Bill Jones, Syl Walker, Brian Gough and many others whose name I don’t remember at this time due my exhausted brain circuits after the long 12 hour long drive to and from North Carolina.

With several hundred registrants and many on the waiting list, the event was a great success with what I was told by the organizing team to be a record turnout. All presented content was top notch with many hands-on lab sessions complementing the theory and demos presented at the regular breakout sessions.

I shared on The Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) and how it helps teams become more Agile. Audience participation and positive feedback on my first visit to the Carolinas was flattering and much appreciated.

I have also gotten a chance to personally meet with many of the local speakers, community leaders and Microsoft Evangelists in the area and got many promises from them to visit our user groups down in Florida to share with us their knowledge in the near future.

In conclusion, I would like to thank everybody in Carolina Code Camp for the kind welcome and true southern hospitality.

Many Thanks


Posted on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 9:03 AM | Back to top

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