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Truly, a ".Net Master Class"

Tomorrow is the last day in Juval Lowy's Advanced .Net maser class. We learned a lot about .Net 2.0 and best practices and concepts. By this time I can certainly say this:
  • Having paid for this out of my own pocket, it was worth every penny. 
  • The amount of information and "what not to do" information I got is something which would have taken me a year of hardcore development with 2.0 to get, and even then probably not all of it. 
  • I think that already by the first day I got a return on my investment with some great tips. (I hope to be writing several articles on related topic, after approval from Juval on them)
  • Any manager who had the chance to send people over to the class and did not do so because of "financial disagreements" made a mistake. If you have consulting people that live and die by knowing hardcore stuff, they should have been there. period.

My interview with Johanna Rothman goes live on ITConversations.Com

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