Monthly Archives: April 2007

London .NET user group May 10th

More to follow but our next event will be May 10th and we will have Mike Ormond talking about ASP.NET Ajax and Alan Dean asking if we have got Object-Orientation all wrong. Details to follow. Advertisements

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DDD5 Voting has begun

Voting has begun. You can register your favourites here.

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LINQ to Entities and Occam’s Razor

MS has announced that LINQ to Entities will not ship with Orcas. I think this is sensible as it seemed to be short of what was required from prime time. Better to get it right than to ship it. MS … Continue reading

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Style guide for using var in C#3.0

One interesting piece of feedback from the MVPs at the summit was quite how many seemed concerned that the new C# 3.0 keyword var – which allows type inference – would be abused. Specifically many seemed concerned that people would … Continue reading

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Venue Details: London .NET User Group 26 April

Just a reminder that our meeting this Thursday is the first of our ‘wilderness years’ and will not be at Microsoft’s facility in Great Pultenay Street. Instead we will be over in Docklands. So those of you working for investment … Continue reading

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Geek Dinner 24 May

Our next geek dinner will be 24 May. Zi has put a page up for the dinner on our wiki, so sign up if you want to come along. http://66.129.68.3/wiki/24th%20May%20Geek%20Dinner.ashx

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London .NET User Group 26 April

I just wanted to let you know the date of the next meeting. The first of our ‘wilderness years’ presentations as we wander between venues waiting for our new London home it is likely to be in Docklands, so bear … Continue reading

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