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February Phoenix Connected Systems User Group Meeting - Tonight 2/12

Don't miss a great discussion with Brendon Birdoes, Principal Consultant with Neudesic who has been working with the Patterns and Practices Group over the last several months on the next version of Microsoft ESB Guidance.Brendon will discuss some of the new enhancements to ESB Guidance and how they can be applied to common customer integration scenarios.

More info here.

Meeting Place: Microsoft District Office - 2929 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1400, Phoenix, AZ
Meeting Time: Thursday, Feb 12 6pm to 7:30pm

Please note: We cannot validate parking for this event. If parking fees are a problem, please park at a free or metered parking spot.

See you there!

Rick

For a recap of previous events as well as what's coming up next, be sure to bookmark: http://www.pcsug.org/Home/Events

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