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Category Archives: Programming Users Groups
Having a good idea for a product is great! But now what? General guide to identify your product This is what causes most products to fail. If you have a solution for a problem that doesn’t exist, then you don’t … Continue reading
I just wasn’t doing anything with it, so I let it go. I am still maintaining the Github group. Though I may just convert those back to personal projects, and close it on Github.
I have moved my individual GitHub repositories to https://github.com/LibertyEngineeringMovement. Yup, I formed a group that is based on the principals that electrons want to be free. If you are into opensource, and you are looking to start a project that … Continue reading
For October we again will be doing another combined OC C# and OCVBUG event. Please note the meeting date, Tuesday October 17 and meeting location at [Change of venue to be announced]. Registration starts at 6:00 pm, Meeting starts at … Continue reading
The 2nd annual SoCal .NET Tech Summit has wrapped. Lots of compliments.Lots of great presentations. Mr Bill Vaughn was the low on my list, since he wouldn’t leave his presentation with us.Rocky Lhotka was the high. He did 2 outstanding … Continue reading
Conceptual Modeling using ORM2 and NORMA This talk will present arguments in favor of conceptually modeling application domains and will demonstrate the current CTP of NORMA (Neumont ORM Architect), an open source plug-in to Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, that supports … Continue reading
XML Custom Web.config handler with a URL rewrite practical example. XML for fun and profit.