Pay attention here–the meeting is moved to Monday because of a Pirates game.
Please join us on Monday, June 14th, at 5:30 PM at the Microsoft Offices on the North Shore for a deep dive into the new C# and VB.NET language features with two Microsoft engineers (Adrian 'Spotty' Bowles for VB.NET and David Sterling for C#) who are part of the language teams at Microsoft! There will be two sessions, one for each C# and VB.NET. And while there will be prepared materials for these sessions, please take this opportunity to ask the engineers who work on the language teams why the languages behave the way they do. This is your opportunity to directly ask Microsoft about C# and VB.NET!!
Please RSVP early for this meeting as we expect a full crowd. Please note that due to traveling schedules and a Pirates home game on Tuesday 6/15, this meeting is next Monday, 6/14.
If you have any questions, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your PGHDOTNET Team
June PGHDOTNET Meeting – Microsoft .NET 4 Language Tour
Monday, June 14th, 2010
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Microsoft Offices, 30 Isabella St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Registration details : http://www.pghdotnet.com/201006.aspx
Session 1: VB 2008/2010 New Language Features
Visual Basic has always been about developing applications to get the job done quickly. During the 2008 and 2010 product cycles many new language features have been added to provide enhanced functionality and productivity. Come learn about many of these new features and how these can help you “code like the wind“.
About Adrian 'Spotty' Bowles
Spotty is Software Engineer in Test on the VB Compiler team. He has worked on the team for 5 years testing features like extension methods, collection and array initializers. Spotty earned a Bachelor of science in Computer Studies from the Leicester University in the UK.
Session 2: C# 4.0 – New Language Features (Level 300)
From simpler Office development to interaction with dynamic languages, C# 4.0 makes many programming tasks just plain easier. There are lots of new features both big and small that we’d like to introduce to you! Come learn about dynamic, named arguments and all the other language gems in C# in Visual Studio 2010.
About David Sterling
David is Software Engineer in Test on the C# Compiler team. He has worked on the team for 3 years testing features like covariance and named arguments. David earned a Bachelor of Software Engineering from the University of Waterloo. You can follow David on twitter at http://twitter.com/dsterling.
This meeting is sponsored by DiscountASP.NET. DiscountASP.NET is the global leader in ASP.NET Web Hosting Services.