Visual Studio 2010 With Steve Willoughby

Join the Enterprise Developers Guild on Tuesday, July 27, at 6:00 PM in the MPR of the Charlotte Microsoft Campus. Visual Studio 2010 is out now and better than ever. At least that’s what the marketing hype says. But what are some of the key new features and changes? Join us in July for a presentation and discussion about exactly that. We’ll cover things like multi-targeting of framework versions, new debugger features like IntelliTrace and the Parallel Tasks and Stacks windows, changes to the editor, new application structure discovery tools, some free addons, and whatever else we can fit in. Those who are already using the new toolset will be encouraged to jump in and share their experiences and favorite features as well as any bugs and “gotchas.” This will be a chance to see the new features you often don’t have a chance to investigate in your “day-to-day” at the office.

As Senior Technical Architect, Steve Willoughby has over 15 years of experience with utilizing a variety of Microsoft-driven technologies. While at Logical Advantage Steve has provided a leadership role helping on the architecture of a great diversity of projects as Logical Advantage builds custom-built software solutions for a wide variety of businesses. He’s a seasoned practitioner who realizes that architecting enterprise-class applications requires discipline, endurance, agility, and speed. Steve has served as a Senior Architect at Logical Advantage for four years and has contributed to many major applications and has heavily been involved in database design and general architectural decisions.

The meeting is sponsored by Yoh IT.

Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend this meeting due to business travel. This will be the first Guild meeting I will have missed in quite a while!


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