22 posts tagged as "net-community"

Dustin Campbell rambles on about Fibonacci Sequences, Caching, Closures and Continuations

Dustin Campbell contributed his second post today in his new series preparing us for functional programming in .NET 3.0. Today he went into more detail about closures. Yesterday he introduced closures while discussing how to calculate a Fibonacci...


Funny thing showed up in my Google Search History

I have been searching for "EViL Dave Donaldson"!


Say "Yes" to the Dayton .NET Dev Group!

Have you always wanted to go to a .NET users group, but just haven't gotten around to it? Do you currently occasionally go to CINNUG, but wonder what other local groups might offer? Do you just have nothing better to do on a Wednesday night than...


Joe Wirtley is blogging!

My CodeMash co-presenter, former boss, .NET architect and all around nice guy (but don't tell him I told you so), Joe Wirtley, has finally started blogging with a vengeance (10 posts in 8 days) and he also redesigned his personal site. Joe has...


Dayton-Cincinnati Code Camp II

The second annual Dayton-Cincinnati CodeCamp will be held Saturday, March 24th at the Wingate Inn in West Chester, OH - the same great location as last year. I attended last year and heard a lot of great presentations from guys like Josh Holmes...


Real World Continuous Integration presentation material

Our presentation went pretty well - Jim liked it. I have posted the slide show and other presentation materials and Jim will post them to the Dayton .NET Developers site as well. Remember, we'll be doing the same presentation in January for...


Continuous Integration Presentation using CC.NET and more tonight

Tonight is the night. Joe Wirtley and I will be giving our presentation, Real World Continuous Integration, at the Dayton .NET Developer's Group. We did a dry run for the developers at Tellus last Friday and it seemed to go pretty well. We had a...


Continuous Integration presentation for Dayton .NET group on Oct 25th

Joe Wirtley and I will be giving a presentation, Real World Continuous Integration, at the Dayton .NET Developer's Group meeting on October 25th. We will discuss using Cruise Control .NET, NAnt, MSBuild, and NUnit to create an effective automated...


How to get a bit more technical

Jim Holmes put out a great post recently "Changing Jobs? Evaluate Where You're At (And Fix It!)". While the post is basically Jim's story of how he got himself up to snuff so he could go out and get the job he wanted it is a great roadmap for...


Summary of Last Nights Dayton .NET User Group Meeting

Brian Prince did a presentation on Windows Workflow Foundation (WF, not WWF!) and BizTalk Server. Brian did a great job as always and the topic was much more interesting than I had feared it would be. WF looks like some really good stuff and I...