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Tech Ed Europe is just around the corner, running from the 7th to 10th of November in Barcelona, Spain. Judging from the agenda, this looks like it will provide a broad perspective on everything in the pipeline with of course some excellent focus on all things ADO.NET and ADO.NET vNext.
While Tech Ed in Boston attracted a diverse and world-wide audience, we were also able to run a successful ADO.NET Meet-up, that brought to together some of the key architects, voices and bloggers who live and breath ADO.NET every day.
So if you are heading to Barcelona for Tech Ed 2006, and would like to set up the next ADO.NET meetup, of evening to informally meet, drop me a line or comment below.
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