INETA Live: Announces Live Webcasts Series

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Steve Andrews, the INETA Director of Technology, has just announced the INETA Live Webcast Series.  He has teamed up with Rachel Appel to host several webcast this month.

 

Here is the schedule so far:

Date Title Presenter Host Link
4/21/2009 12:00 PM A Lap Around Silverlight 3 Pete Brown Rachel Appel Live Meeting Link
4/22/2009 12:00 PM Visual Studio Tips and Treats Steve Andrews Rachel Appel Live Meeting Link
4/27/2009 12:00 PM Design Patterns in .NET Claudio Lassala Steve Andrews Live Meeting Link
4/28/2009 12:00 PM TDB Amanda Launcher Rachel Appel  
4/30/2009 12:00 PM TDB Rachel Appel Steve Andrews  

This is an awesome opportunity to have direct contact with these speakers so please mark your schedule for these events.  Remember all times are Eastern US/Canada.

Keep a watch on Steve’s blog at http://www.platinumbay.com/blogs for more announcements and details on the TDB sessions and of course I will tweet or blog about anything new I hear about.

INETA makes the MyDevConnections Magazine

Rob Zelt and several user group leaders, including myself (check out page 53) are quoted in some articles in the new issue of MyDevConnections magazine.

Plus, many INETA Speakers have technical articles in the magazine.

Check out the issue and videos online at http://MyDevConnections.com.

INETA Speakers Bureau: New Speakers for 2009

INETA_SB David Walker, INETA VP of Speakers and the Speakers Bureau Committee have announced the newest members of the INETA NorAm Speakers Bureau. 

I have been a volunteer on the Speakers Bureau Committee since TechEd 2008 and it has been great experience seeing the awesome level of speakers that are available from INETA. 

If you are a member of a User Group that is not an INETA User Group I highly recommend that you register you group so that you can begin to enjoy the benefits of enjoying these awesome speakers.

 

Please join me in welcome the everyone and prepare to get ready to request them for this years meetings.

Congratulations to all the new speakers!

Check out the full post at on David’s blog at http://www.davidlwalker.com/.

INETA Speaker Nominations: National and Regional Speakers Wanted!

INETANewLogo_jpgDavid Walker, the VP of Speakers Bureau, INETA NorAm, announced the following information regarding nominations to the North American INETA Speakers bureau,  and INETA’s new Regional Speakers Bureau.

Nominations for the NorAm (North American) Speakers Bureau will be accepted until midnight CST on December 28th, 2008.  To nominate someone fill out the document here and email it to noram.speakers@ineta.org.

Since only a select amount of new speakers can be added, don't get discouraged. You will also be considered for the new INETA NORAM Regional Speakers Bureau - see details below.

On December 31st, 2008, the new speakers to join the elite ranks of the INETA NORAM Speakers Bureau will be announced.

Not ready for the big time NORAM INETA Speakers Bureau?

Don’t fret, applications are now being accepted for the new INETA NORAM Regional Speakers Bureau. Simply fill out the form located here:  http://www.ineta.org/newsletters/INETA%20Speaker%20Candidate%20Form%202007.doc

Email your application and any questions to:  noram.speakers@ineta.org

You will be informed as the selection process progresses.

Jeffry Palermo: TDD, DI, Soc with ASP .NET MVC TONIGHT!!!

Don't forget that Jeffry Palermo is speaking tonight at a special Nwa .NET User Group meeting.  He will be speaking about TDD, DI, and Soc with ASP .NET MVC.

Description: Spelled out, it is test-driven development, dependency injection, and separation of concerns with Active Server Pages .Net Model View Controller.  This talk will dive into how to design a presentation layer using ASP.NET MVC.  In today's industry, TDD, DI, and SoC are proven concepts that lead to more maintainable applications.  Along with demonstrating how to use these techniques with ASP.NET MVC, we will discuss just what concerns should be separated.  This talk provides a unique perspective on separation of concerns and uses TDD and DI to make it happen.  MvcContrib is used in all the demos.

Presenter: Jeffrey Palermo is a software management consultant and the CTO of Headspring Systems in Austin, TX. Jeffrey specializes in Agile coaching and helps companies double the productivity of software teams. Jeffrey is an MCSD.Net , Microsoft MVP, Certified Scrummaster, Austin .Net User Group leader, AgileAustin board member, INETA speaker, INETA Membership Mentor, Christian, husband, father, motorcyclist, Eagle Scout, U.S. Army Veteran, and Texas A&M University graduate.

Subscribe to Jeffrey’s blog feed here: http://feeds.jeffreypalermo.com/jeffreplaermo

When: August 14, 2008 5:30 PM - 5:45 PM - Welcome and News, Sign-in and Food 5:45 PM - 6:00 PM - Lighting Presentation 6:00 PM - 6:10 PM - Intermission – Presenter switch over 6:10 PM – 7:30 PM – Main Presentation 7:30 PM – 8:00 PM – Closing and Prize give-a-ways

Where: The Jones Center 922 East Emma Avenue Springdale, AR 72764 Room 113

NetMeeting URL: http://snipr.com/3a3sz