At the Boston Code Camp last week I got to talking with Pat Tormey who runs the NH .Net User Group and he asked if I could bring my Silverlight talk to their April meeting. After he sat through the presentation he was still interested, so it looks like I’ll be holding off on changing the presentation content to Silverlight 3 for a couple more weeks.
I’m really looking forward to this talk. My introduction to the User Group Communities came through the NH .Net User group, back before my daughter was born and when it was meeting in Tyngsboro, MA. I saw some great presentations there, and I think I owe Sam Gentile an apology or two as I asked him about any potential impact to video playback that could be caused by the unpredictable timing of the .Net framework’s GC collections. I got to see some really good speakers talk about a wide range of topics dating back to the beginnings of .Net. It is a great opportunity to try to give something back to this group.
I’ll be presenting on Wednesday, April 15th at 6:30 PM at the Eaton Richmond Center at Daniel Webster College in Nashua (directions.) There’s usually a gathering at Shorty’s off of Exit 6 (next to the Home Depot) in Nashua following these events.