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Toledo and Findlay on Tuesday and Wednesday!

I will be flying into Toledo from Washington DC on Tuesday the 27th January to speak at the Northwest Ohio .NET User Group on Test Driven Development with NUnit and C# (event details here). Greg Huber from the group has been drumming up excitement on the AspAdvice lists so hopefully we will get a good turnout and have another mass TDD session – thanks Greg!

The itinerary will then be to spend the day of the 28th enjoying the pleasures of Toledo in January while workingremotely on the development of a .NET application for my new Washington DC contract. 🙂

In the evening of the 28th, I will speaking at the Findlay Area .NET User Group on a brand new topic – Remote Scripting in .NET (event details on their site). It should make for exciting discussion and may provide you with some new opportunities to make your ASP.NET applications more dynamic:

Here is the marketing blurb for the new topic:

Ever wanted to call server side code from a webpage without a postback? This session will cover what Remote Scripting is, how it works and what you can do with it. We will also tackle porting legacy Remote Scripting from ASP to ASP.NET, compare Remote Scripting to Web Services, look at a neat use of .NET reflection/attributes and how a complimenting JavaScript unit testing framework ensures quality in the base Remote Scripting code. Don’t miss it, learn how to make your ASP.NET web applications more dynamic and interactive using these techniques.

  1. Greg Huber
    January 26, 2004 at 5:37 pm

    Looking forward to it Jonathan!! Though, don’t get your hopes up too high on Toledo in January! 😛

    See you soon!!

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    September 6, 2007 at 10:53 am


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    September 12, 2007 at 11:39 pm


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    September 13, 2007 at 11:46 pm


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    September 26, 2007 at 1:51 pm


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