St. Louis Day of .NET 2011

We are in the early stages of planning this year’s Day of .NET event. I’ve already sent out the speaker submission form to several people.

We had just over 700 people in attendance last year – WINNING! We really appreciate everyone’s support and hope all attendees really feel this is their event.

If you or someone you know would be interested in speaking, please contact me to request a form.

As always, the criteria to speak is a passion for technology – specifically on the Microsft platform (they’re our biggest supporter too). Speaking experience is preferred, but not required.

If you don’t want to speak and just want more information on attending, check out www.stlouisdayofdotnet.com in the coming weeks.

If you’ve spoke or attended our event in the past, I’d also welcome suggestions for improvement.

Some sample code for you interested parties…

public void ExecuteNextSteps(Interest you, Interest yourFriend)
{
    try
    {
        if ((you == Interest.Speaking) || (yourFriend == Interest.Speaking))
        {
            RequestSubmissionForm("Speakers@StLouisDayOfDotnet.com");
        }
        else if (you == Interest.Attending)
        {
            Page.Redirect("http://www.StLouisDayOfDotNet.com");
        }
    }
    finally
    {
        StringCollection eventFeedback = new StringCollection { "Your comment" };
    }
}
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Posted on March 30, 2011, in St. Louis Day of .NET. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hi Jeff, I am interested in giving a presentation this year–would you please send me the topic submission form? Thanks!

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