Windows SIG: Bay.NET and the C# Working Group

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  • Come hear Robert discuss the work of Bay.NET, the concept of the Working Group, and the work of the C# Working Group.
     

    Presenters

    Robert Kszan, Bay.NET C# Working Group Chair

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    Presentation Overview

    Bay.NET and the C# Working Group

    Robert will discuss the work of Bay.NET, the concept of the Working Group, and the work of the C# Working Group. Specifically, Robert will speak of the work that the C# Working Group has been doing to create a Real Estate system called Veroneca.net (short form for Virtual Real Estate Agent), whose purpose is to embody all of the actions, processes, and transactions that a human real estate agent would provide. Robert will discuss the project, some background concepts, the design of the project, as well as the progress that they've been able to make within the Working Group format. Robert will then be available for questions on how Working Groups might enhance the learning process within the SIG format.



     

    About the Presenter

    Robert Kszan

    Robert Kszan is an integral member of the Bay Area .NET User's Group Team and a member of its Steering Committee, which has helped to grow the organization to 900 members within the past 8 months. He is currently the Chair of the Bay.NET Charter Committee, which helps to research and define internal processes, as well as enforce the rules for Bay.NET as a whole. Robert is also the Chair of the C# Working Group where he and his team are developing an enterprise level Real Estate system that hopes to embody all of the actions, processes, and transactions that a human real estate agent would provide. Robert is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer on Windows 2000, a Cisco Certified Network Associate, as well as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. Previously, Robert co-owned a company based in Toronto, Canada, that produced a successful Financial Services radio program that was broadcast on 12 radio stations and had a reach of 250,000 listeners. Robert has recently relocated here to the Bay Area from Toronto with his loving wife Rachel and their two wonderful dogs.



     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Microsoft Technology Center - Silicon Valley

    1250 Charleston Avenue

    Mountain View, CA 94043

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/refreshments
    7:00-7:15pm announcements
    7:15-9:00pm program
     

    Cost

    $15 at the door for non-SDForum Members

    No charge for SDForum members and students with ID

    No registration required



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