Visual Studio 2010 and Canberra .Net User Group

Next Monday I’ll be presenting a walk through of the Visual Studio 2010 CTP at the Canberra .Net user group. If you haven’t had a chance yet to take a look at what’s coming up in the next release of Visual Studio then come along and check it out!

Session Details

Date: Monday 15th December 2008 12:30pm & 4:30pm
Topic: Visual Studio Team System 2010
Lunch Location:

King O’Malley’s Irish Pub
131 City Walk
Canberra City

Evening Location:

Microsoft Canberra Branch
Walter Turnbull Building
Level 2, 44 Sydney Ave
Barton ACT

Check out more details at http://www.ssw.com.au/ssw/NETUG/Canberra.aspx

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2 thoughts on “Visual Studio 2010 and Canberra .Net User Group

  1. Erik Cox

    Wow…a walkthrough of the
    Visual Studio 2010…well that is something I would just love to see..but unfortunately I am not from Australia..so I was just wondering..is there any chance that you might have recorded it and are willing to put it online for viewing or download!?

    Reply
    1. stephengodbold Post author

      Hi Erik,

      Unfortunately the session wasn’t recorded… I could try to Camtasia it for you but I’m not sure how the CTP virtual machine and Camtasia would go running at the same time RAM wise. Out of interest, where are you located?

      Other than that I can recommend that if you haven’t had a look yet, check out some of the videos over at Channel 9. In particular, check out Cameron Skinners presentation and if you’re interested in the TFS side of things also take a look at Brian Harry’s walk through of TFS.

      Oh, and before I forget – you can grab the CTP from here and take a look at the walk throughs!

      Cheers,
      Steve

      Reply

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