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San Diego .NET Developers Group - March 2005 Meeting

6pm - 6:15pm: Meet & Greet (including free pzza!)
6:15pm - 7:15pm: .NET 101 - Converting XSD's To Objects for use in Web
Services
7:15pm - 9pm: First Look at Visual Studio 2005 Team System
9pm: Raffle Drawing

First Look at Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Come see the details of the
latest December Community Technology Preview of Visual Studio 2005 Team
System. We will see the new development environment and the new set of tools
the Team System include.

For more info, pelase go to http://www.sddotnetdg.org

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David McCarter
www.vsdntips.com
Jul 21 '05 #1
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