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Uber 07 Feat Scott Guthrie & Stefan Schackow

Details have finally been nailed down for the upcoming Scott Guthrie event.
 
This is a free event, to be held on Wednesday, June 27th (9am-5pm) in Symphony Hall in Phoenix.
 
Scott’s keynote at MIX 07 just a few weeks ago raised the roof and for anyone who missed it, much of the same content and demos will be shown. This will be the 4th year in a row that AZGroups has brought Scott to Phoenix and anyone who has ever seen Scott present knows they are in for a great talk. Stefan has a tremendous grasp of ASP.NET, ASP.NET Ajax and Silverlight and if MIX is any indication, there is no telling how deep down the rabbit hole he will go!
 
We are really trying to build community in Phoenix and this event helps to promote AZGroups and the AZ.NET user group in particular while spreading the word on .NET futures that are coming our way. Of course, the .NET community transcends local user groups so anyone and everyone is welcome!
 
For more details, and to register please go to: http://azgroups.com/uber07/default.aspx

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