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Orlando .NET User Group

Updated: 2012-04-15T19:34:56.458-07:00


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On the lighter side


The real software development lifecycle . . .


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Local Developer News


Stu Ellerbusch a local developer here in Orlando has just finished a rewrite of his website from PHP to .NET 2.0 ( Gym Journal is a free online workout journal that allows you to store and analyze your weight lifting workouts, cardio activities, physique, and diet. According to Stu “using an Object Relational Mapping tool I developed (, framework support of generics, and the Object Data binding features of .NET 2.0 made the building of the GUI much faster then traditional methods”.

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WinFX November CTP Available


Tim Sneath has a list of links to the various downloads here:

If you want more information about the 3D stuff coming in WPF, check out Dan's blog ... specifically, track down his excellent 3D for the rest of us series of articles:

Also, I disagree with Ambrose and his position that we should use WFF for the Windows Workflow Foundation. WWF is a much better name ... just because.

Free Copy of VS2005


We mentioned it in last night's meeting, but I wanted to remind everyone to sign up for the Visual Studio 2005 launch happening at the Orange County Convention Center on December 8th.

Attendees will receive a free copy of Visual Studio and SQL Server 2005.

.NET Robotics Meeting A Success


Last night's presentation by Paul Varcholik ( was a smashing success. The robot was awesome, and the library he developed for the Acroname Brainstem ( seems top notch.