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October Atlanta Microsoft Professionals meeting - new location alert!

Please join us on Monday, October 1 at 6:30 PM for the monthly Atlanta Cutting Edge .NET / MsPros / VB Study Group meeting.

Note, for this meeting we will be meeting at Turner in midtown (1015 Techwood Drive) rather than the usual Microsoft offices. If you haven't attended meetings in the past due to location, here's your chance to let us know if this facility is better. Scroll to the bottom of this message for directions to the meeting.

To register for this event, please go to http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=121536. Registration for this meeting is required in order to get you through Turner's security.

Presentation Topics
Speaker: Steve Porter
Topic: Windows Workflow Rules Engine
This talk explores creating, maintaining and executing business rules using the Windows Workflow (WF) rules engine.

Speaker: Rik Robinson
Topic: Deep Dive CSS for the ASP.NET Developer
This will be a thorough discussion of all that is CSS. Whether you know it as the necessary evil or the great enabler (that just hasn’t quite clicked for you yet), you should walk away with something valuable from this discussion. I will begin with the basic box model and travel all the way to the holiest of grails (the no tables here, two and three column ASP.NET Master Page layout…yours to take home for free!). Along the way, we’ll touch on some CSS Best Practices and gotchas in ASP.NET and take a look at the new CSS tools in Visual Studio 2008 (Orcas).
Rik Robinson is an Independent Consultant in the Atlanta GA area. He holds the following certifications (all .NET Framework 2.0): MCPD –Enterprise Applications, MCTS-Web, MCTS-Windows, MCTS-Distributed Applications. He really hates that he has to type this in third person like someone else wrote it. Rik is supposed to maintain his blog at www.r2musings.com. He will soon, I’m sure. Rik’s focus is always on the User Experience (both the end user’s and the developer’s).

NOTE: Different location! We will be meeting at the Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta

Directions to Techwood
Marta Rail System: Midtown Stop on the North/South Line

FROM I-75/I-85 NORTH HEADING NORTH
  • Travel North on I-75 and I-85.
  • Take 10th Street/14th Street/Techwood Drive/Georgia Tech exit (Exit #250)
  • Turn left at first red light, onto Tenth Street (heading West)
  • Turn right onto Techwood Drive and left into the visitor entrance.
  • Pull up to window of the GateHouse and Security Officers will direct you to visitor parking
  • Take the parking deck elevator to the 1st floor of the 1000 Bldg and check in with the receptionist in the lobby. Tell them you are with the Atlanta MS Pros.
FROM I-75/I-85 SOUTH HEADING SOUTH
  • Travel South on I-75 or I-85.
  • Take Techwood Drive/Tenth Street/Fourteenth Street exit (Exit #84)
  • Go straight ahead and the exit ramp turns into Techwood Drive
  • Cross 14th Street and stay in the right lane.
  • Turn right into the visitor entrance on Techwood Drive
  • Pull up to window of the GateHouse and Security Officers will direct you to visitor parking
  • Take the parking deck elevator to the 1st floor of the 1000 Bldg and check in with the receptionist in the lobby. Tell them you are with the Atlanta MS Pros.
Thanks, and I hope to see everyone at this month's meeting!
Published 28-09-2007 12:25 by Matt Ranlett
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One of the two original Atlanta .NET Regular Guys, Matt fills his free time by helping to run several Atlanta area user groups, the Atlanta Code Camps, and works as one of the two INETA co-Vice Presidents of Technology
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