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The Z-man Blogeth I think, therefore I get a headache.
The Ann Arbor .Net Developers user group meeting is quickly coming upon us. This months speaker is Keith Elder and the topic is Structure and Guidance for Organizing Application within Visual Studio. Heres an abstract: Visual Studio is an outstanding tool when it comes to building applications on the .Net Framework. It can be confusing for users when ......

The Day of .Net was great! We had a great turnout at about 205 people according to Jason Follas. What a turnout. Everyone I have talked to has said it was a great event and can't wait for next year. I would like to give props to the following organizers for their hard work in putting this all together: John Hopkins (president of GANG): overall chairman ......

Last night upon arriving at the usual meeting place for the user group meeting after walking in the pouring rain. I was informed that it had been moved down the street at the cottage inn restaurant, so out I went again into the rain. When I got there I found out that our regular meeting place had been double booked and the group leaders found out just ......

The Ann Arbor .Net Developers website got a facelift today, thanks to Dave Baldwin the Ann Arbor .Net Developers webmaster. Check it out at: http://www.aadnd.org Great Job Dave. And don't forget to come to our next meeting on April 11 @ 6:00p. Richard Hale Shaw will be there with a look into the Windows Communication Foundation. It's sure to be a good ......

This just in! The Day of .Net in Ann Arbor developer conference has just posted a sneak preview of some of the sessions. From starter tutorials to .Net 3.0 there's a little for everyone. Check it out at: http://www.dayofdotnet.org/... You can register for the conference at http://www.dayofdotnet.org/... And after you register, ......

The date for the Day of .Net in Ann Arbor has been chosen, it's May 5, 2007. This free event for developers in Southeast Michigan will be held at Washtenaw Community College. More details to follow or see the Day of .Net website for the latest info. Speaking of the website, I'm taking care of it so check it out and let me know what you think. -Scott ......

I haven't written in a while, I was on vacation from 2/14 - 2/25. I had a great time! Went to my uncle's cabin in Brevort, Mi with a bunch of guys. The trip up really sucked. I was stuck in a traffic jam for an hour and a half while they closed the expressway to clean up an accident. After I got there and I relaxed for a bit I started having a good ......

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I was reading Scott Hanselman's blog and he was pretty geeked about this video so I checked it out. It was very interesting and very fast, furious and intense. I liked the way it presented the past worked up to the present and showed the advantages of separating content from format. Check it out here: Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology ......

I Just wanted to remind everyone about the Ann Arbor .Net Developers meeting this coming Wednesday. It's on Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and is presented by Microsoft Developer Evangalists Jennifer Marsman and Drew Robbins. During the abstract session Jennifer Marsman will speak on 3D Graphics in the Windows Presentation Foundation The Windows ......

I've been reading about the new extension methods in VB 9.0. They look to be extremly useful for placing custom functionality on other peoples classes, even sealed classes. Read more about them here: http://blogs.msdn.com/vbtea... Scott Ann Arbor .Net Developers Member ......

Got an airzooka for christmas, my wife ordered it from ZeroToys. http://www.zerotoys.com/new... This thing is awesome, It shoots a ball of air 25-30 feet across the room. I brought it to Christmas dinner with my family, which consisted of about 25 people. We had a blast waiting for someone that was not paying attention and poof! Hit them ......

I can't believe it took this long. The power went out at my house on Monday 1/15 at 9:30am and finally came back on today 1/17 at 3:30pm. My family and me were living by generator, no washing clothes, doing dishes, hmm wait a minute, that doesn't sound that bad. The nights were the worst, last night it got down to 5ºF, a bit chilly to say the least. ......

The final day at Codemash was one to remember. The day started off with a keynote from Scott Guthrie on LINQ. A great intro on the power of LINQ, and how it can be used as an OR mapper. Next was a session on letting NHibernate be your data layer, which, after the keynote on LINQ, I wonder if it is necessary to use NHibernate, seems to me that they do ......

Another great day at CodeMash! The morning keynote was awesome, I really like Neal Ford's presenting style, I just get the feeling he's a real straight shooter and he always let's you know exactly what he's thinking. Listened to an interesting session on rapid web development in TurboGears, looks like I need to learn Python now so I can explore TurboGears ......

Got here yesterday with my colleage Dave Pease checked in to the Kalahari Resort, this place is pretty great! A large indoor waterpark, gameroom, and putt-putt. But what was even better was the panel of speakers they had there. Some of the best and brightest in PHP, Ruby, C#, Python, Java and Flex. What was so great was how civil it was, no language ......

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