Scott Hanselman

New York City .NET Users Group and the Cold

January 17, '04 Comments [1] Posted in INETA | DasBlog | TechEd | Speaking
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It's cold, man.  We're in NYC to talk for INETA at the NYC .NET User's Group and crap, it's cold.  It was cold and crazy in Portland last week...around 21F and I thought THAT was cold.  We were out last night in Manhattan around 11:00pm and it was 1F. Yes, that's 1.  They said you can get frostbite in 30 minutes at the temperature.  Madness. 

Got to hang out with the legendary Stephen Forte, and my buddy Andrew Brust.  They have shown us a great time and had $300 worth of pizza to please the group!  This makes the 2nd continent I've spoken with Stephen on during our plans to take over the world when he's not climbing Mt. Everest.  Thanks to the guys and INETA for having me over.

If you want to see this very same presentation when I did it at TechEd, you can watch it online (with Audio and Video of the Demonstrations!) from TechEd 2003 and download the Powerpoint as well.

About Scott

Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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Saturday, 17 January 2004 08:10:00 UTC
Hey, man! Keep warm! Glad the UG meeting went well! Safe traveling!
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