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Updated Community Schedule

August 28, 2009

Howdy folks,

I recently posted my fall community schedule.  Since then there have been a couple of confirmations and additions.

RDU Code Camp

This will be my first year going to Raleigh for RDU Code Camp.  RDU Code Camp is September 19th at ECPI in Raleigh, NC. I’ve heard nothing but great things, so I am really looking forward to it.

I will be presenting on “Templating and Data Binding in Expression Blend.”  I really enjoy speaking on this topic.  I find Templating and Data Binding to be the crown jewels of WPF, and as always Blend is there to smooth the way.

Richmond Code Camp

Richmond Code Camp, aka RCC2009.2, will be held October 3rd at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College.  This is a great venue and one of my favorite events of the year.

I will be giving my presentation “Using Visual Studio and Blend to Develop WPF Applications.”  If you are new to WPF/Silverlight and or Blend, this is the presentation for you!  I will cover the basics of setting up an application, using Blend to develop the user interface, and how to use the two products simultaneously.

I will be retiring this presentation after RCC, so if you haven’t seen it yet this is your last chance!  If you have seen it, I promise it is a little different every time I give it, and of course it has been updated for Blend 3.

CapArea Silverlight Special Interest Group

I am slated to speak at the CapArea Silverlight Special Interest Group (SIG) at their October 28th meeting. We have not decided on a topic yet, but rest assured it will be Blend and Silverlight oriented!

Get out there!

As always, I really want to encourage you to get out into the community.  I promise that somewhere not so far away from you is a User Group, Code Camp, or other great event that you can take attend. 

You can always find more events all over the country at Community Megaphone, so do yourself a favor and get yourself to an event! I hope to see you around the community.

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