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Wellington .NET User Group Meeting

By James Hippolite, in , posted: 8-May-2008 12:51

Presented on two topics last night:
  • Microsoft Certification in Visual Studio 2008: why and how?
  • SQL Server Reporting Services: How to create, deploy and consume a report.
Seemed to be quite well received.  Of the 30-odd there, only 4 of us had ever sat an exam before, so the audience had come to hear what was definitely a new topic for them.  Kirk Jackson was impressed to see so many new faces.

Darryl Burling asked at the end, how many people were interested in pursuing certification, now that they understood the mechanics.  The majority put their hands up.

Anyway, if you, dear reader, where one of the ones asking for my presentation notes, they are now available for download here:


http://cid-a93b6100e328706d.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/Presentations


Enjoy.



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James Hippolite
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Welcome to my technical blog. 

Here, I attempt to distill the Microsoft Certified Professional Developer knowledge I have accumulated since first qualifying MCP in 1996.  This blog started on 13 September 2007 as an off-shoot from my mixed up personal blog.  But it took a shot in the arm from Scott Hanselman's talk at TechEd New Zealand 08 "32 Ways To Make Your Blog Suck Less".