Tampa Bay IASA Newsletters

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It’s now been almost 2 months since I have been part of the Tampa Bay IASA chapter’s leadership. In that time we’ve moved the meeting registration to Eventbrite and have started sending monthly newsletters. (The February newsletter was very late, and I sincerely apologize to everyone. The rest... Read more

Post Categories and Image Galleries

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You may have noticed that my post categories and image gallery lists are incorrect. I’ve submitted a trouble ticket to the GeeksWithBlogs technical support earlier this week, but it hasn’t been resolved yet. Since I use the category list a lot to help find old posts, I decided to create... Read more

What's Important at Code Camp...clarifications

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It seems my earlier post about “What’s Important at Code Camp?” might have touched a few nerves and may not have been as clear as I would have liked, so here are a few clarifications. I wasn’t implying in any way that sponsors aren’t important. In fact, it... Read more

MSDN Code Gallery

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Late last month, Soma announced the new MSDN Code Gallery site for sharing samples from both Microsoft and the community at large. When I saw this announcement, I was a little surprised that Microsoft was creating yet another community-type samples site so close on the heals of the... Read more

Tampa Bay IASA - February 2008 Meeting

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The Tampa Bay chapter of the International Association of Software Architects (IASA) is dedicated to building a community of professionals interested in topics related to software architecture. This organization welcomes all interested professionals. Whether you are a senior enterprise architect at a fortune 100... Read more