The amazing Cam has been organizing speakers for the South Sound .NET Users Group longer than I have been a participating member. She recently received the bouncing bundle of joy visit from the stork and needs some well deserved time off. She asked if I could take over the reigns and gather up some folks to come talk to us and I readily agreed.
So, if you read my blog, are local to Olympia, WA (I’m looking at you Seattle and Portland…) and are interested in presenting to a .NET Users Group have I got a deal for you! I have one slightly cramped room and a projector with your name on it.
We meet regularly each month on the second Thursday at the Olympia Center in downtown Olympia. Meetings start at 7:00 PM and run for two hours till 9:00 PM. We usually retire to the Fish Tail Brewing Company’s pub the Fish Bowl for a few pints and conversation afterward. Speakers always drink free.
We currently have the following dates available (which are filling up fast!):
|October 8th||[Jeff Olson](http://twitter.com/olsonjeffery)||Introduction to TDD & Context/Specification Testing|
|November 12th||[Eric Lee](http://blogs.msdn.com/elee/default.aspx)||Common Anti-Patterns in Legacy Code & How to Work Your Way Out of Them|
|December 10th||[James Thigpen](http://www.jamesthigpen.com/blog/)||Introduction to MVP in ASP.NET|
|February 11th||[Jason Olson](http://www.managed-world.com/)||Parallel Programming with Visual Studio 2010|