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Padres vs. Rangers - April 26th

If you are reading this you are either:

a) passionate about Microsoft technologies

b) interested in how to leverage best of breed technologies to solve business problems

c) interested in all things SOA & Connected Systems

d) really, really smart

e) wondering how the heck you ended up here

If you chose anything other than "e", then you're invited to a fun and sun-filled afternoon of baseball and lunch in a pavilion at the Padres vs. Rangers MLB Spring Training game!

Come and network with your local Microsoft and Neudesic teams and gain insight on the latest ideas and technologies. We’ll have various team members who I think you’ll be impressed with, along with existing clients in attendance and we always have a good mix of business and technical focused discussions at these events.

If you think might enjoy talking about application lifecycle management, Visual Studio 2008, .NET 3.5, Silverlight , WPF and enjoying a cold beer (or two), just show up!

Please register quickly to reserve your spot at this limited-attendance, no charge event.

Click here to register or call 877.905.1905 with event code #126147.

 

 

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