MSDN Flash Forward …

Many of you reading this are already subscribed, but if you didn’t know about MSDN Flash, be sure to check it out!  Flash is a semi-weekly newsletter (delivered via email) with links to upcoming events, developer news, etc.  It’s a great way to stay connected to the development community.  (One note: be sure to enter your zip code when subscribing – it ensures we get the right events for your area!) Here in the southeast, Glen Gordon and I partner up on contributing content to Flash, and writing the editorials.  Typically after Flash drops in your mailbox, registrations for events fill up.  The downside is: I get emails asking for help getting into events!  So, what I thought I’d do is start a series of posts called “Flash Forward” … I’m going to do an early release of our “from the editor” section.  This will give you a chance to stay on top of upcoming events.  Now, we usually edit things a bit until the release so some things might change, but we try to call out some of the important events coming up.   And since this is a teaser for what’s in the MSDN Flash, this will hopefully get you on board if you already subscribed. Without further ado, here’s a sneak peak at next week’s flash: There is a whole lot going in the southeast, so listen up! The first week of May, Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell of .NET Rocks will doing a Visual Studio 2010 Road Trip.   On Thursday, May 6th, the guys will be hitting the Raleigh-Durham area.   The guys will continue the trip to Atlanta on Friday, May 7th.  The fun in Atlanta doesn’t end there – Saturday May 8th is ReMIX Atlanta!  You only have until April 27 to register for the early bird price. With 3 tracks, a vibrant community area, and awesome speakers from the community and from Microsoft, this is sure to be a great event! The following Saturday, the Charlotte Enterprise Developers Guild is having their 2010 Code Camp – the great facilities at CPCC will ensure many hands-on sessions, so be sure to register for this event before space fills up. And because we can’t get enough VS2010 content, we have a VS2010 launch event in Atlanta on May 20th, and we’ll be brining the best of the content to our roadshow in Raleigh on June 2 and Charlotte on June 3. We’ll see you at the events!

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