22 posts tagged as "net-community"

Upcoming Code Camps and Days of .NET

This spring is quickly becoming packed with lots of great .NET community activity. The first is our local Cincinnati (we got left out of the official) Heroes Happen Here Community Launch. The rest are regional code camps. I can't describe code...


What is wrong with the ASP.NET Community?

Since Good Friday was a Telligent holiday Leon (Fallen Rogue) and I decided to meet for breakfast and some stimulating conversation. Well, stimulating for me at least; I'm not sure how much stimulation Leon got from my never-ending statements like...


Testing, Testing, Testing at Dayton .NET

Jim Holmes and Justin Kohnen will be co-presenting "Testing, Testing, Testing" tonight at the Dayton .NET Developer's Group meeting. Get more details at the group's blog and get a glimpse at some exciting upcoming presentations. Tonight is also...


Day of .NET in Ann Arbor III

Day of .NET in Ann Arbor is Saturday, October 20th at Washtenaw Community College. I've attended both previous events and if you live within driving distance you should definitely attend. It's four hours one-way for me! This event has offered...


Code to Live - New Videocast Series

Keith Elder pointed to a new video series a couple of days ago on Channel9 by Steve Loethen and our own Josh Holmes, Code To Live. I watched the first two episodes and I enjoyed them. The series looks like it will be something a little different...


Dayton .NET - James Bender on Building SOA-based .NET Apps

It's once again time for the monthly Dayton .NET Developers Group meeting. Tonight's speaker is James Bender (hmm, we need to get James using Community Server) of Quick Solutions. He will be discussing "Building SOA based .NET applications with...


Brainstorming a new presentation

I mentioned ina previous post that I was dreaming up a new presentation. I had a great time at CodeMash last year and really enjoyed doing my first presentation at a conference along with Joe. The CodeMash organizers will be taking submissions...


Cincinnati-Dayton Code Camp recap

Others have already reported on the plethora of excellent presentations at this past Saturday's Cincinnati-Dayton Code Camp. After all, I am at least a day (more like two) in getting this post out. And I agree, it was awesome. I mean really,...


Day of .Net in Ann Arbor II

The date is set for May 5, 2007. I will be there! Last year's event was fantastic. I have no doubt that this year's event will be just as good.


RE: Jeffrey Palermo on Continuous Integration

Jeffrey Palermo wrote the below and then challenged the community to use what works and evangelize: ... My team did not dabble with converting from NAnt to MSBuild or from NUnit to MSTest. Here is my thought process: * Our process works...