Linked .Net Users Group - Deepen your Debugging: Tips and Tricks for the Visual Studio 2008 Debugger
One of the cool aspects of LinkedIn is that you can create groups - well, a group was created and we've rounded the 16,000 member mark (well done to Inbar Gazit, founder of the group). The group was previously known as the C# Professionals Group (now it's called Linked .Net Users Group), but after an indepth discussion the decision was made to move from C# as a primary focus and onto .Net in general (yes, we will have VB centric presentations as well).
Over the past month Inbar Gazit, Charles Cozad and myself have been discussing the opportunity of taking the group further and becoming a true, virtual and international user group - enter stage left Zain Naboulsi.
Inbar initially opened up the dialog with Zain and now, just over one month in and we have the first virtual event.
The aim is to have regular meetings via LiveMeeting (thanks to Zain for organising this for us and for the thorough editorial/training in LiveMeeting which we got) and pull in some of the best presenters world wide.
The first event is coming this February and here's a link for the registration and event details: http://tinyurl.com/cwz9op
Deepen your debugging: Tips and Tricks for Visual Studio 2008 Debugger
Presenter: Zain Naboulsi, MSFT
Start: Wednesday February 4th, 2009, 05:00PM
End: Wednesday February 4th, 2009, 06:30PM
Location: this is a virtual event, presented via LiveMeeting - all details are available at the url above.
To get LiveMeeting, simply click here and follow the instructions: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/HA101733831033.aspx
Note: time/date is PST (GMT+8) - there's a outlook calendar link on the page as well and it should convert time etc for you.
The Linked .Net Users Group has as i said reached 16,000 members - which is fantastic and it has a thriving discussion list as well.
If you have any questions feel free to contact either Inbar Gazit (Group founder/owner), Charles Cozad (Group Manager), Yaniv Pessach (Group Manager) or myself (Group Manager).