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Great Lakes Area .NET Users Group July 21, 2010
2010 Executive Officers President – David Giard Vice-President – John Hopkins Treasurer – Kent Fehribach Secretary – Gerhard Weiss
Chris Roland, Webmaster Shelly Noll, Poet Laureate Jennifer Marsman, Microsoft Liaison 2010 Volunteers
How to contact us www.migang.org Board email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
This month’s sponsor User Group Support Services
Gold Sponsor Cash support for GANG Monthly drawing for Telerik Premium Collection for .NET RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX RadControls for WinForms RadControls for WPF RadControls for Silverlight Telerik Reporting Telerik OpenAccess ORM $1299 Value!
Discounts for our members Manning www.Manning.com 36% off Enter discount code “UG367” MSDN Magazine 20% off subscription 1 Year (12 issues) $35.00 $28.00 2 year (24 issues) $60.00 $48.00 (866)‐293‐3194 Promo code: A0EUG1
INETA Offers Pluralsight Free Guest Pass into the Pluralsight On-Demand! Library tinyurl.com/PSGuestPass Wrox/Wiley 40% off select Visual Studio 2010/.NET 4.0 books to user group members through 6/30. See the list at ineta.org/offers U Use promo code WVS10 O’Reilly 45% off ebook purchases from O’Reilly for a limited time 35% off print book purchases for user group members Use discount code DSUG when ordering online oreilly.com/store
2010 GANG Goals Get members more engaged and involved Increase meeting attendance by 50% Increase supporting membership by 30% Continue to attract high-quality speakers Increase sponsorship by 100% Finish year in the black financially
This is an informal meetup of people interested in learning from one another. Bring your laptop and pair up with someone to work on an open source project, learn a new technique, or even dabble in a new language. There is no agenda or specific topic, just a time set aside for people to pair.” TinyUrl.com/Codeslingers Source: http://mvwood.com/blog/bitslingers-4-6-2009/