Association for Women in Computing
Microsoft Field Trip: .NET Overview in the Microsoft Employees Museum
We are pleased to offer this special event at no cost to our members. The Microsoft museum honors the history of one of the most successful companies in the country. Many fascinating artifacts are presented which convey a sense of how far Microsoft - and the information technology industry - has come in the last twenty five years. The museum is not open to the public; AWC/PS members are guests of Microsoft. While touring the museum, enjoy a light buffet before heading off to hear about one of Microsoft's newest products.
Microsoft's .NET platform has been widely hailed in industry publications as the premier Internet development environment. In keeping with our mission to provide our members with first rate technical information, AWC/PS is proud to present Darcy Burner, Microsoft's lead product manager for Microsoft .NET. Ms. Burner has been in the software industry for ten years, working in a wide range of both technical and business-focused jobs (though none before have been half as exciting as marketing .NET). She has a B.A. in computer science from Harvard.
As we begin our membership drive for the upcoming year, we are offering a special incentive to non-members to join AWC/PS. If you submit a membership application and payment (for the year beginning July 1,2001 and ending June 30th 2002), this meeting is complimentary.
Space is limited for this special MONDAY event; to ensure your spot and receive directions, register on-line and early.
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Puget Sound Chapter meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month except
for the months of July, August and December, in which no meeting is held.
The location of the meeting is in Seattle.
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