Fri Dec 02 2011

Lake County .NET Users' Group meets the second Thursday of the month at the College of Lake County in Grayslake. The group started in 2008 when a couple of developers decided that they wanted to have a .NET Users' Group that was closer to their own backyard. At any given meeting, you can sharpen your tools while diving into the advanced topics in ASP.NET development, learn about an interesting corner you have never explored like Visio integration with BizTalk, or see how .NET developers can build applications for robots, phones, and other devices. Most meetings have between 20 and 40 fellow developers. Afterwards, we always head a few blocks over to Bill's Pub and jabber over peanuts and drinks. Anyone and everyone is invited to the meetings and to join us afterwards!

You can find more at: http://lcnug.org/

When:

Every 2nd Thursday of the month.

Where:

College of Lake County

Room: See web site (always in T, but room varies)

19351 West Washington Street

Grayslake, IL 60030-1198

Who:

Scott Seely ' http://scottseely.com

Scott Seely is the president of Friseton, LLC, www.friseton.com. From 2002 to 2006, Scott was a developer on the WCF/Indigo team at Microsoft. Today, he is a Microsoft Regional Director in Chicago where he helps lead the Lake County .NET Users' Group, organize Code Camps, and speaks at user groups throughout the region. If you subscribe to Pluralsight, you will find him as a course author for several WCF and Azure related subjects. His community involvement has earned him a Microsoft MVP Award for Connected Systems.

Tim Stall ' http://www.timstall.com

Tim Stall is a Software Architect. He specializes in .Net, has a passion for empowering teams with process, tools, continual education, and enjoys writing blogs, presenting, and developing side projects. Tim has an MCAD.Net certification. He lives in Chicago with his wife and three children.