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Phoenix Connected Systems User Group 1 Year Birthday Party this Thursday!

 

Phoenix Connected Systems User Group

 

Just a reminder that you are invited to the 1 year birthday party celebration of the PCSUG. The cake order has been placed, award layouts have been finalized and the list of prizes continues to grow.

 

We also want to provide some parking tips for folks who do not want to pay for parking in the parking garage:

 

  • A very reliable alternative is to park on the NW corner of Catalina and Central in the Interface Technical Training parking lot. This is a public parking lot, however please use caution when crossing Thomas street, and be sure to use the cross walk.

Please see original invitation below and feel free to bring a friend!

 

 

Join us as we celebrate the 1 year anniversary of the Phoenix Connected Systems User Group!

 

We will have pizza, sodas and cake along with some special community awards to mark one year of community around Connected Systems Technologies!

 

In addition, we will present a one-year in review, highlighting the speakers and topics over the last year. Following that, we will have an open, round-table forum to do a retrospective on what you've liked so far, what you didn't like and talk about our plans for the next year including your feedback on topics and speakers you'd like to see over the next year.

 

If you have been involved in PCSUG, please come out and share in the celebration of a community that YOU have helped create.

 

If you are interested in distributed application development, connected systems technologies, or SOA, this is a perfect opportunity to come meet our members, and contribute thoughts and ideas to mold the topics and structure for the next 12 months.

 

Please feel free to forward this invitation to friends and colleagues and thank you all for making PCSUG a success!

 

Meeting Place: Microsoft District Office - 2929 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1400, Phoenix, AZ

Meeting Time: Thursday, August 13th 6pm to 7:30pm

 All attendees will receive the latest copy of CODE Magazine and we have several prizes to give away, so be prepared to provide candid feedback on this month's topic to be entered to win.

Hope to see you there!

Rick & Todd

More about PCSUG:

The goal of the Phoenix Connected Systems User Group is to educate, evangelize and inform the community about the direction in which the Microsoft Connected Systems Division (and software engineering) is going, and how developers and architects of various, yet intersecting disciplines can start to prepare for what is ahead while serving the community through knowledge sharing and evangelism of current shipping technologies.

We meet the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Microsoft District Office - 2929 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1400, Phoenix, AZ from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.

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