Not the blue pill. (johnny101) wrote in aspdotnet,
Not the blue pill.
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Carl Franklin in St. Louis!

I know this is spamming the group, but I really wanted to get the word out (as late as it is) about our great presentation tomorrow. Please accept my apologies.

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ST. LOUIS VISUAL BASIC.NET USER GROUP MEETING NOTICE
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Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2004
Time: 6:15 - 9:00 PM

Asynchronous Programming

by: CARL FRANKLIN

Door prizes available!!

Location: Three City Place, aka The Microsoft Building. From 270, exit Olive, go east. Turn left onto City Place.

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MEETING LOCATION CHANGE
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We are moving. We will be meeting in the main meeting room on the 11th floor of Three CityPlace.

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MEETING DETAILS
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Did you know that you can take advantage of multithreading in the Microsoft .NET Framework without having to explicitly create new Thread objects? You can call web services, print, and do other yawn-inducing tasks asynchronously using the Asynchronous Programming Model in the Framework. There are issues with synchronization, however, especially when calling async methods from a Windows Form. In this talk Carl will walk you through the issues and give you some really useful code that you can implement to make your components thread-safe for Windows Forms applications.

Some of you might know the name of Carl Franklin from his .Net Rocks internet radio show. You also might be familiar with his training services. No matter how you know the name, now's your chance to meet the man.

Visit www.stlvbug.org for more information.

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