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(Eastern Iowa) CRINETA User Group Meeting - Monday, 02/16/04

We would like to invite eastern Iowa .NET users to the CRINETA meeting
Monday February 16th at New Horizons in Cedar Rapids (Hiawatha).
Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month.

Meeting schedule:
5:15 - 5:30 Welcome and Social time
5:30 - 6:15 Member Spotlight and Topic Presentation/Discussion
6:15 - 6:45 Demo
6:45 - 7:00 Q & A and wrap up

Please RSVP to we*******@crine ta.org if you plan on attending so we
prepare the facility. Hope to see everyone there.

This Month:
Topic - "Business Case for Web Services"
Demo - Web Services (Presented by Decisionmark)

Next Month:
Topic - "Upgrading From VB6"
Demo - COM/Interop

CRINETA Website:
Please visit http://www.crineta.org and register as a member. Our
thanks to Mark Hennessey and RHI/RHT for sponsoring our site for the
first year!
Thank you, we appreciate your support...

Cedar Rapids .NET Users Group - CRINETA - Member of INETA

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