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Dumb question on naming a .NET development group

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This may seen trivial, but I am wondering if anyone has a good name for
their .NET development group. "Client Server" is too old fashioned, "Open
Systems" too UNIX biased, and "Web Development" too narrow if the
development group also develops desktop applications, WinForms, And TabletPC
products (such as we do).

(FYI: We are being asked to come up with a new name)
Jan 28 '06 #1
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Ours was Visual Studio Developers Group.

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This may seen trivial, but I am wondering if anyone has a good name for
their .NET development group. "Client Server" is too old fashioned, "Open
Systems" too UNIX biased, and "Web Development" too narrow if the
development group also develops desktop applications, WinForms, And
TabletPC products (such as we do).

(FYI: We are being asked to come up with a new name)

Jan 28 '06 #2

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guy
NETFramework development group?
(its the only bit that hasnt had DotNet dropped!)

"Ray Stevens" wrote:
This may seen trivial, but I am wondering if anyone has a good name for
their .NET development group. "Client Server" is too old fashioned, "Open
Systems" too UNIX biased, and "Web Development" too narrow if the
development group also develops desktop applications, WinForms, And TabletPC
products (such as we do).

(FYI: We are being asked to come up with a new name)

Jan 28 '06 #3

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NetShack? Hehe, like RadioShack (You've got questions, we've got answers.)
Bob? "Hey, how do I implement a worker thread?" "I dunno, better ask Bob."
MSOOP? too many meanings come to mind with this one.
WinWebMart? shopping for answers.
AsyncCallback? No blocking happening here.
WorkingJava? just a dig really.

Sorry, just messing around.

"Ray Stevens" <nf*@nospam.com> wrote in message
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This may seen trivial, but I am wondering if anyone has a good name for
their .NET development group. "Client Server" is too old fashioned, "Open
Systems" too UNIX biased, and "Web Development" too narrow if the
development group also develops desktop applications, WinForms, And
TabletPC products (such as we do).

(FYI: We are being asked to come up with a new name)

Jan 30 '06 #4

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Ray Stevens wrote:

This may seen trivial, but I am wondering if anyone has a good name for
their .NET development group. "Client Server" is too old fashioned, "Open
Systems" too UNIX biased, and "Web Development" too narrow if the
development group also develops desktop applications, WinForms, And TabletPC
products (such as we do).


"Trusted Systems"
"Managed Systems"
"Rapid Application Development"
".NET Development"
"On Time, Under Budget"

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Jan 30 '06 #5

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