Seattle Code Camp 2008 is just around the corner

The Seattle developer community is holding Seattle Code Camp November 15-16, 2008 at the DigiPen campus in Redmond, Washington (close to Seattle). Please pass this notice on to folks you think are in...

Boise SQL Server User Group Presentation

Thanks to those who attended the second meeting of the Boise SQL Server User Group. We had a good turnout of around 30 people and I hope everyone enjoyed my presentation of SQL Server 2008 Integratio...

Red Gate acquires .NET Reflector

I got an email this morning, as I’m sure many of you did, from Lutz Roeder … After more than eight years of working on .NET Reflector, I have decided it is time to move on and explore som...

Kathleen Dollard in Boise tonight

Wow, two great speakers in less than a month. Last month, we had Kalen Delaney speaking at Boise’s inaugural SQL Server User Group and tonight at the Idaho .NET User Group, Kathleen Dollard an ...

Michael Vincent on Dynamic Languages

I got an opportunity to attend the LA C# User Group tonight, and listen to Mike Vincent speak on this subject. I’m familiar with the concepts and capabilities of dynamic languages, but looked f...

Kalen Delaney in Boise tonight!

Tonight is the maiden voyage of the Idaho SQL Server User Group and what a way to send it off – with Kalen talking about SQL Server 2005. Counting heads in the room, it looks like we have about...

Introducing the Boise APLN

Some of us here in the Treasure Valley have decided to start a Boise chapter of the Agile Project Leadership Network. This is a group of people passionate about Agile and sharing experiences and best...

Attendee-Driven Presentation

I’ve seen Test Driven Development work, so why not adjust it slightly and have the attendees (who own the requirements after all) drive the presentation? Today, at the in-between conference (a....