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My Top 10 Personal Community Goals for 2007

It's really hard for me to believe that 2006 has come and gone. All the things that I was able to accomplish and all the hard work. It's amazing that it was just 14 months ago that I became the President of Tulsa .NET Users Group when then President

First Presentation to my own group TulsaDevelopers.NET

As the President of the TulsaDevelopers.NET group I have made great effort to get presentations from others. I definitely don't want the group to become the David Walker show. That's why when I first started giving my Introduction to Programming

Service Oriented Architecture for Association for Systems Management (ASMTulsa.org)

I just delivered my first non-developer based presentation to the group Association for Systems Management . It was very well received with a lot of great questions. One question that was brought up was, Why would any vendor want to implement an open
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DallasCodeCamp rocked - add the X to ASP

I took the trip down to Dallas with the family and gave my second ever full length presentation on Introduction to Programming Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) at the Dallas Code Camp . We were supposed to have a connection check the night before,
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Report on the Wichita Code Camp

Raymond Lewallen: http://codebetter.com/blogs/raymond.lewallen Building strongly-typed session objects, cache objects, and viewstate. If you aren't using a session management object you must. Do a search for session[] and make your developers give a justifiable
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My First Presentation! Smart Clients with .NET 2.0

I gave my first presentation ever on developing Smart Client with .NET 2.0 at the Tulsa .Net User Group's .NET 2.0 Release Party . Luckily I didn't have to give the whole 1 hour, because we wanted to cover as much .NET 2.0 as we could we split the meeting
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