Griff's Year in Review 2012

Another year has come and gone, and now I guess it's time to reflect about what got done. My most popular post of the year was »

Why You Should Attend MADExpo 2011

A couple weeks ago we announced that we’re going to be holding our first regional event here in the Mid Atlantic, and the name of »

Test Driven Development Firestarter

Test Driven Development is one of those topics that is heavily preached throughout the community, but very few developers are taking advantage of. Two of our »

Introducing Blend-O-Rama

Silverlight and WPF are starting to pop up all over the place.  XAML is on the web, on your phone, and soon coming to other devices. »

Watch HRNUG Live Tonight!

Dane Morgridge will be giving his talk tonight at HRNUG over LiveMeeting.  You can join in the fun too!  The meeting starts at 6: »

2009 - Year In Review

DISCLAIMER: Because it has been brought to my attention that this might be an issue, please note that this blog entry was written last night around »

Hampton Roads .NET Users Group – 1st Anniversary!

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HRNUG Version 2.0

On January 12, 2010, the Hampton Roads .NET Users Group will celebrate its first anniversary.  Running a user group is a huge undertaking, but the »

HRNUG Nov 10th with Kevin Hazzard

Here is everything you need to know about the next Hampton Roads .NET Users Group meeting!  Food and drinks will be provided!  Please RSVP! »

Pillars of Community Involvement: Part I

As part of my preparation for my presentation “Living In The Developer Community”, I’m introducing the idea of the “Pillars of Community Involvement”.  Basically, »

Presenting at HRNUG tomorrow night

Tomorrow (2/10/2009) night I will be presenting at my user group, Hampton Roads .NET Users Group.  If you're in the area, please come down »

Hampton Roads .NET Users Group - First Meeting Success!

The first meeting was a big success! We had over 30 attendees, which is outstanding for a first meeting. It's amazing to see how big the »

HRNUG Pre-meeting Raffle!

All Hampton Roads .NET User Group invitees and newsletter folks received this email today. It applies to everyone though, so I'll post it here. Friends of »