I’m going to be on the road quite a bit (for me) in the next few weeks for various community events. Tonight I’m headed north to the inaugural meeting of the Cedar Valley .NET User Group. I’ll be giving a PowerShell talk for them in March. From there, I’m heading to Des Moines for Todd Klindt’s talk tomorrow at IADNUG.
On Jan. 24th I’ll be speaking at the Twin Cities SharePoint Camp:
SharePoint 3.5: Leveraging .NET 3.5 Language Features in SharePoint Development
The new versions of C# and VB add several tools to a SharePoint developer’s toolkit to enable more reliable, readable and efficient Object Model code. This session will review these features and provide some specific examples of how they can help you write better SharePoint code. I will also discuss SPSite and SPWeb disposal, and one strategy to minimize the risk of memory leaks.
SharePoint in Action
At this event you will see SharePoint In Action. Create it, Build it, Deploy it and Debug it. We will build a master page, custom style sheet, web part, feature receiver and stapler to demonstrate the basics in development for SharePoint. After we build it, we will deploy it to SharePoint and debug the whole thing.
- When: Feb. 4, 2009 @ 8:30a
- Where: Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, 605 Locust St, Des Moines, IA (map)
- RSVP: https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=134710
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