Follow-up May Meeting – Clean Repository Pattern in Entity Framework 4.

May 25, 2012 § Leave a comment

Thank you Brandon and everyone that attended our meeting Tuesday, I had a wonderful time and hope everyone got as much as I did from Brandon’s presentation. Also thank you again to Tek Systems for bringing pizza and drinks and for personally finding and representing me with my awesome new job position with a great crew!

Brandon shared his slides with the group and I posted them here . . .  http://www.slideshare.net/jaxarcsig/a-clean-repository-pattern-in-ef
You can also see more code, ask questions, or make comments about the presentation on his blog located here . . .
http://imaginarydevelopment.blogspot.com/

Congratulations to all of Tuesday’s winners, you will be receiving registration emails soon if you haven’t already, and remember, our monthly Speaker receives the eternal gratitude of the group and a Full MegaPack software license from MindScape.com to boot. If you would like to speak at one of our meetings, contact me at JacArcSig@live.com and I would be glad accommodate you at a future meeting. And remember, CodeCamp 2012 is quickly coming near the end of August at UNF!

As always please join us – developers of all levels and backgrounds – next month on the 4th Tuesday at 6pm on the Bank of America campus on Southside. Get directions and our notices when you join our group at meetup.com/JaxArcSIG/

Warmest Regards,
Mat Somers

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