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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Sofia .NET User Group Meeting

We will have another meeting in the local Microsoft office on 18.Oct.2007 at 18:30.
This time Valdimir Chalkov will talk about analyzing and solving problems in production environment with the help of the Debugging Tools for Windows.
The topic will be presented by Vladimir Chalkov, C# MVP and CEO of Crossroad

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Mobile & Embedded Developer Chat,October 24

Neil will host another Mobile & Embedded Developer Skype Chat on 24.Oct.2007 at 3PM GMT.
Click here to add Outlook Reminder(via Neil's post)
You may ask the experts your mobile&embedded dev questions.

The chat may be accessed from the following url:
Note that you may say hi at any time in the chat room.

The original announcement may be found here on the Neil's blog

I just noticed that Neil got his MVP status back. Contragts Neil! You deserved it!

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

DevReach Summary

I just came from DevReach and decided to pour my fresh impressions over my blog.
I liked this year issue more than the previous. I guess the feedback from the previous one was analyzed and used. We had session levels this time, and many folks used it to choose the right topic for them.
I attended to several sessions from level 100 to level 300 (there were not many level 400 and I was not able to attend one). There were many presenters, who participated the last year like Stephen Forte, Carl Franklin,Richard Campbell and some local guys like Branimir, Martin ,Vlado Chalkov , Hristo ,etc. It's good to see known faces.
There were many non-bulgarian attendees and this gave the conference a cosmopolitan soul.
I enjoyed again the simple and informative style of Carl and laughed on the emotional and funny sprint of Steve.
What I was missing again is a mobile dev track. Hey, mobile solutions are not another universe - they are natural extensions of every mission critical business solution!

Anyway, you guys did a great job this year. I already expect the next one.

Here comes some low-quality :-D pictures from my phone's camera: