Friday, June 22, 2007

.Net in-memory data table can have columns of any data type

Every once in a while you encounter an overlooked feature of a class that turns out to be really useful. I noticed recently that in-memory data tables in .Net 2.0 can have fields of any type, not limited to just the data types that SQL Server supports. Potentially very useful.

Joe Kunk

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Lansing MI area .Net user group meeting tonight

The Greater Lansing User Group for .Net is meeting tonight at room 1145 Engineering Building on Michigan State University Campus. We have a great speaker - Josh Holmes, Architecture Evangelist from Microsoft, will be speaking on What Does an Architect Do Anyway?. The meeting is from 6:00pm - 8:00pm. Free pizza and soda will be provided and it is a free event to anyone interested in seeing the presentation. We will have door prizes valued over $2,000 retail. So if you are in the Lansing MI area, please attend to hear a great presentation, eat some free food, and maybe win some awesome door prizes.

More information is available at the GLUGnet web site.

Joe Kunk
GLUGnet President