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Am just back from Little Rock, AR where we attended the Tech Expo 2006 run by the effervescent Little Rock .NET User Group. Personally, I've not come across a better run user group event, so congrats to Mike and all of his team on putting on an excellent show.
So, some pictures to share with you all. Note these pictures are taken with my phone, so they are not exactly Pulitzer price winning quality...
Firstly, the enormous audtorium where I gave my thoughts on 'Understanding and Optimizing Performance on ADO.NET 2.0':
We sponsored the dinner, and lets just say it went down a treat. Porky's BBQ of Little Rock, AK was a hit and the line ran out the door for a while...
Those of you who attended will rememeber myself and Jennie walking around with our clear cauldren for drawing entries. We had so much stuff to carry back, this mode of transporting this important item seemed to work out best ;-) Note this picture was taken at 5AM this morning so I look a little tired.
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