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Now an INETA Speaker

Posted by Keith Elder | Posted in .Net, Speaking | Posted on 14-01-2009

image On January 1st, 2009 I received a really nice email telling me I had been selected to be a speaker in the INETA speaker’s bureau.  If you are not familiar with INETA here is a quote from their web site:


INETA provides structured, peer-based organizational, educational, and promotional support to the growing worldwide community of Microsoft® .NET user groups.

What does this mean?  It means that if you run or participate in a .Net User Group that meets the requirements for INETA then you can request me to come speak at your group and INETA helps to get me there.  For me this is great as it means I get to visit some areas I haven’t gotten to visit before and bring some WCF, Smart Client, Visual Studio, talks to areas I would otherwise not get to visit.

A big thanks to INETA for selecting me and a big congratulations to the other 15 members who were selected, many of which I consider friends (you know who you are).

Comments (2)

Thanks! You know I love my Ohio peeps, let’s make it happen.


Congrats Keith! Hopefully we can get you scheduled to come through Columbus, maybe even do an Ohio tour with the Columbus, Cincinnati, and Dayton groups.

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