After I warm up by speaking at my local user group tonight (Vermont.NET) about Asynchronous ASP.NET 2.0, I am taking the proverbial show on the road and will be presenting this same session in Cleveland tomorrow night (9/12), then my session called “5 Supposedly Scary things about .NET” in Findlay on Wednesday (9/13) and I wrap up in Dayton on Thursday night (9/14) doing a talk that explains some of the security fundamentals that anyone getting ready to do any flavor of Web Services Security (WSE, WCF (aka Indigo), or even non-Microsoft platforms) should have under their belt. The last talk is all concept (eg: what the heck is a digital certificate, what is encryption, what is signing) and no code, but pretty powerful, especially for people who don’t know a lot about security and are daunted by all of these mysterious crypto tools.
I don’t think I have ever been to Ohio – except for driving through it on a road trip to Colorado nearly 10 years ago.
You can see my full schedule here.
You can see the schedule of all INETA sponsored events here.
Sign up for my newsletter so you don't miss my conference & Pluralsight course announcements!
2 thoughts on “Three Ohio user groups this week”
Hi Julia -What would it take to get you down here in Connecticut to present to our .NET developers group (www.ctdotnet.org) ?We aren’t rich here in CT so we can’t give you money..:-)SB
Hi Julie!!And we loved ya here in Cleveland! Just getting to your website and poking around looking for code that I can put some sleep() in.. :)Hope the rest of your Ohio visits went well.regards,Bill