Virtual ALT.NET Meeting about S#harp Architecture

The VAN is still going strong, thanks to Zachariah Young for all his dedication and hard work! We’re looking for feedback on the format and topics. Please opine on the Virtual ALT.NET Mailing List (they’re up to 286 members now!).

This week there’ll be a speaker:  Billy McCafferty on S#harp Architecture.  Zach asked if I could post a little something about the upcoming meeting and I’m happy to oblige:

Speaker Bio for this week. Who is and what makes this Billy McCafferty guy tick?
Well he is a long time developer and a hopeless romantic when it comes
to writing beautiful software. Billy currently leads a double life
between helping to run a small training and consulting company known
as Codai (which will be getting a new website very very soon) and
filling the role of lead developer and architect with Parsons
Brinckerhoff. After Billy gets his life back – which should be after
the release of S#arp Architecture 1.0 – expect to see him soon at
ALT.NET and other development conferences.

He will be demonstrating the latest cut of S#harp Architecture 1.0
with a 45-50 minute non-PPT presentation.

Bring your opinions and attention. Questions and Answer will be served
also. The drinks as usual are up to the participants.

Should be a fun evening. See you all there.

Meeting details.

Where and When
Start Time: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 9:00 PM GMT/UTC – 5:00 (CDT)
End Time: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 12:00 PM GMT/UTC – 5:00 (CDT)
Attendee URL:  (Live Meeting)

About Chad Myers

Chad Myers is the Director of Development for Dovetail Software, in Austin, TX, where he leads a premiere software team building complex enterprise software products. Chad is a .NET software developer specializing in enterprise software designs and architectures. He has over 12 years of software development experience and a proven track record of Agile, test-driven project leadership using both Microsoft and open source tools. He is a community leader who speaks at the Austin .NET User's Group, the ADNUG Code Camp, and participates in various development communities and open source projects.
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