Monthly Archives: March 2008

The Dream Giver

Having recommended this book to a couple of friends I thought I would take the time to write my 2 cents on what could potentially be a life changing book for many people. While reading this book it continually reminded … Continue reading 

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Gettin’ Jiggy With VIM

Well you can officially call me a Vim junkie now!! Having spent the last couple of weeks working with it I can definitely say that I would not work at a machine that did not have it. That’s right, that … Continue reading 

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Presentation Style – Food For Thought?

I was just reviewing some of the feedback that I got from my presentation last week and the following comment was particularly important: "I think that creating the code on the fly during the presentations (even if you can type … Continue reading 

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Austin – Nothin But .Net – 6 Spots Left

This is just a message to those people who are interested in attending next months Nothin But .Net session in Austin, TX. There are only 6 spots left. Tell your friends, tell your co-workers. This session promises to be an … Continue reading 

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Nothin But C# v3.5 – Canceled

Unfortunately the class in Edmonton scheduled for the end of the month has to be canceled due to low registration. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Nothin But .Net Toronto, Ontario (May 19th – 23rd, 2008)

With only a handful of seats left for the class in Austin, it is time to start registration for another iteration of Nothin But .Net to be held in Toronto. You can register for the course here. Like the course … Continue reading 

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Calgary .Net User Group Generics Presentation Material

Last week I had the honor of presenting at the Calgary .Net User group on the topic of Generics in .Net. In retrospect, I think the fact that I was leveraging vs2008, and C# 3.5 potentially clouded focus on raw … Continue reading 

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