23. April 2010 01:19
[Update: the schedule has been posted]
I’m pleased to announce that the latest version of my “What can I do with MEF?” talk has been accepted for Chicago Code Camp 2 on May first. While I actually have a release at work that day they’ve been kind enough to let me go towards the end of the day.
In this talk I’ll go over MEF soup-to-nuts with an emphasis on isolation and Silverlight applications. In staying true to the code camp manifesto there will be only a couple of slides and a lot of code. I hope to see a lot of familiar faces from the metro-Milwaukee area.
If (for some reason) coming to see me won’t get you into a Chicagoland code camp on a Saturday, there’s also the .NET Rocks! Visual Studio 2010 Road Trip. Come meet Carl and Richard and do a review of the event in order to get a free special edition .NET Rocks! mug.
11. April 2010 14:35
Last year I had a lot of fun doing a little something called the MIX it Up! tour in the Midwest. While this year we don’t have quite as much of a formal coalition there are still several of us bringing a recap of MIX 2010 to user groups, code camps, and Days of .Net. My first stop this year will be at the Fox Valley .NET User’s Group meeting this week Wednesday. While there were a lot of great announcements at MIX, I’ll be focusing on Silverlight 4 and Windows Phone 7 Series.
Why not register and come see me?