Monday: I wake up at 3:15am CA time and get to SFO to make a 6am flight to Toronto. (Note: Air Canada flights do NOT leave from the international terminal, they leave from domestic terminal 3, go figure.) But the flight was pretty nice,
Come on over to the warm side of the Bay as we kick off hard-core Visual Studio 2008 development with our local Launch event in Pleasanton. We’ve got pizza!!! 🙂 Check out our site for more information like registration info and directions.
If you missed my March 21st webcast on LINQ to XML in VB then you get another chance to join me live tomorrow at 9AM Pacific. These webcasts have been loads of fun for me. Although I prefer speaking in front of live people (I like to see your faces) I think I’m getting used to the webcast as a great teaching medium.
I’ll be delivering a webcast tomorrow morning on LINQ to XML in VB. I’ll show lots of cool demos I promice!
Live From RedBethmond: VB9 – Working with XML in Visual Basic3/21/2008 9:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) | Duration:60 MinutesXML permeates every modern application today from XHTML,
Thanks to all who attended Friday’s webcast. Unfortunately VOIP in the new version of Live Meeting isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. And even though I set up a conference call, a lot of people couldn’t dial into the toll-free number from other countries.
I’ll be delivering a webcast tomorrow morning on an intro to LINQ in VB. If you’re lost or just want to get started with it, join me and come see what it’s all about.
Live From RedBethmond: VB9 – Introduction to LINQ in Visual Basic3/7/2008 9:00 AM Pacific Time (US &
Even though Visual Studio 2008 has been available since mid-November, today is the official Visual Studio 2008, Windows Server 2008, and SQL Server 2008 launch event down in Los Angeles.
If you aren’t at the event in L.A. you can tune into the virtual event online.
I just added another webcast for March 28th on VB6 migration to .NET to the list of March madness webcasts I’ll be doing.
Rob Windsor and I will be presenting a bonus webcast on VB6 to .NET migration. If you’re involved in a migration push and don’t know where to start this webcast is for you.
I’ll be speaking tonight at the grand re-opening of Bay.NET at their new location near Macy’s downtown (Powell St. BART station).
What’s New in Visual Basic 9
Wednesday, 2/20/2008 at 6:30 PM
Microsoft San Francisco Office, 835 Market Street,
I’ll be doing a series of webcasts next month that you should check out if you’re trying to get started with the new features in Visual Basic in Visual Studio 2008. (BTW, if you haven’t downloaded Visual Studio 2008 or Visual Basic 2008 Express what are you waiting for!?)
If you’re interested in seeing what’s new in the Visual Basic 9 language then join me for the always popular: Live From RedBethmond: VB9 –