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Presenting EF Migrations at Hampton Roads .NET Users Group

Update:

  • the presentation material and sample files are available on the Downloads page.

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Continuing my talks on Entity Framework Code First MigrationsI will be presenting at Hampton Roads .NET Users Group (HRNUG) on January 14, 2014 :

 

Hampton Roads .NET Users Group (HRNUG)

 

Presenting EF Migrations at BaltoMSDN

Update:

  • the presentation material and sample files are available on the Downloads page.

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Continuing my talks on Entity Framework Code First MigrationsI will be presenting at BaltoMSDN this week :

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Baltimore Area Microsoft Developer User Group (BaltoMSDN)

 

Presenting Entity Framework at GWU’s Graduate Computing Club

Having presented Entity Framework Code First Migrations at several venues throughout  this year, I will be presenting an EF intro session at George Washington University (GWU)

Sep27

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GWU Graduate Computing Club (GCC)

  • Website: http://gcc.seas.gwu.edu/?p=78
  • Date/Time: Wednesday, September 27, 2013 at 6:00 PM
  • Location: George Washington University, Washington DC.

Presenting EF Migrations at Caparea and RADNUG

Updates:

  • the presentation material and sample files are available on the Downloads page.
  • all speaking engagements have been added to a new Speaking page

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Having presented Entity Framework Code First Migrations at Microsoft’s NoVA Code Camp earlier this year, I will be presenting at the following user group meetings:

Aug27 capnet

Capital Area .NET Users Group (CapArea)

Sep17

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Rappahannock Area Developers .NET Users Group (RADNUG)

  • Website: http://radnug.org/meetings/9-17-2013
  • Date/Time: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 – 6:30pm
  • Location: SimVentions building, 11905 Bowman Drive, Suite 501, Fredericksburg, VA
  • Special Instructions: Use the entrance that has 3 flag poles outside

 

TechEd 2013, Day 1: Keynote, Surface and Reception

The highlight of opening day is usually the keynote. And the highlight of the TechEd keynote was the Aston Martin. From the snazzy video clip of the fast and furious sports car, to the stage entrance of Brad Anderson in said vehicle, the exotic did not disappoint.

Brand Anderson exiting the Aston Martin

But enough about cars. What are we here for, again? Oh yeah, Microsoft TechEd.

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