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Useful User Groups list for the Atlanta area

I don't remember if I posted this list before, but I maintain a list of user groups in the Atlanta area on DevCow.com and thought I would share it with everyone.  Each group that we keep up with is listed with a link to their site.  I even maintain this list with a flag that shows if it focuses on Microsoft products or not.  All of the groups would be helpful to Microsoft developers so only look at that as a guide.

You can even export the list to excel if you really want to.  Keep in mind this list doesn't change very often, but if you have one that needs to be added or if one link doesn't work email Brendon at bschwartz[@]devcow.com.  We will update the database with the information.

Check out the list at: http://www.devcow.com/usergroups/

Published 05-09-2007 06:53 by Brendon Schwartz
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maksim mironkov said:

Maybe you guys can help me.

I am lookign for a mobile .net with compact framework developer for a 3 month contract in Atlanta. Let me know if you guys know anyone.

September 20, 2007 2:35 PM

What do you think?


About Brendon Schwartz

Brendon Schwartz has worked in the Atlanta area User Group scene and is known around town as one of the Atlanta .Net Regular Guys (www.devcow.com). He is currently on the INETA Board of Directors as the Vice President of Technology and is a Microsoft MVP for ASP.NET. Today, Brendon works to solve real world business problems with Microsoft technologies, such as SharePoint, Office, BizTalk, VSTS, and .NET technologies. In addition to presenting at local user groups, he helped create the Free Training 1,2,3! series (www.freetraining123.com) to help developers learn Microsoft technologies. He presented material at the first SharePoint 1,2,3! event (www.sharepoint123.com) along with other members of the Atlanta Microsoft Professionals. Brendon has helped on the leadership teams of five different user groups, and has been interviewed for his community efforts on Pod Casts - including the ASP.NET Pod Cast, .NET Rocks! (Carl Franklin Road Show - Atlanta) and the SharePoint Show Pod Cast. At the first Atlanta Code Camp in 2005, he presented material on ASP.NET mobile controls.
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