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Today I've received the new CodeZone magazine. Articles about WinFS, XAML, Tech-Ed 2004 Europe, UGIdotNET...
Andrea Saltarello (he is a big help with INETA Europe) has written an article about the Italian .NET User Group, UGIdotNET. This group started in 2001 and now has 7000 members. Last year with a full-day meeting a cinema was used for the technical presentations, and after the presentations the film Matrix 3 - Revolutions was shown. This was the Revolutions Workshop.
More about the group and other articles in the CodeZone magazine. I'm sure you can get it with the next meeting at your local .NET User Group (in Europe).
The BOF is not a presentation; it is a community-driven discussions/debates around a particular issue. There is no speaker - just a moderator for the topic and everyone is encouraged to participate and to discuss the topic at hand.
These are the topics that are available for voting:
MSF and MOF - what's in it for me, Thomas Lee
MS Patterns & Practices - are they relevant to me? Jackie Goldstein
Hacking a Webserver - Peter Koen
Now what are they going to do to my VB? Jackie Goldstein
Integrating unit testing practices in the software development lifecycle - James Newkirk