They're tan, rested, and ready to rock some code!
That's right, the user group formerly known as Charlottesville .NET User Group is launching their rebranded and refocused group, the Charlottesville Microsoft Developer Group, tonight at 6pm, and I am honored to be speaking at the inaugural meeting, along with Stuart Leitch, who helps lead the group.
Stuart will be doing two short-take presentations...first an overview of recent developments on the Microsoft stack, and the second a look at the upcoming MVC4 release.
Here's the schedule:
6:00-6:10 - Socializing
6:10-6:40 - State of the Stack
6:40-7:00 - Dinner & Socializing
7:00-7:45 - MVC 4 - A Look Forward
You may also notice, as shown above, that the group has a new home on the web, http://www.cvillemdg.com/. I'll have to double-check with Stuart, but I'm pretty sure I can see the hand of Stuart's talented wife Kristy Moon at work here...Kristy also did a very nice redesign for the web site for this year's Mid-Atlantic Developer Expo, which we were all very happy with. Either way, the new site for the group is colorful, informative, and looks great. You should check it out, and come on down and help us kick off the new group in style!
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