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There are 3 entries for the tag UGIdotNET

Web Development Workshop 2008

Tomorrow I'm going at the first meeting organized by the Italian .NET UserGroup UGIdotNET since I came back to Italy this August, and I'm super excited about this: first I'm going to see in person on of my .NET heroes, Dino Esposito, which will talk all the morning about how to build an animated GIF using a declarative language Ajax and Silverlight development second because I'll see all the other guys of the usergroup, most of which I don't see since more than an year or so. I hope I can get to the Microsoft auditorium since these days...

Yet another "big" blogger on SubText

Last week the UGIdotNET community blog portal migrated to Subtext, and yesterday, another Italian .NET blogger, Michele Locuratolo, C# MVP and co-founder of a regional .NET UG (dotnetside), moved from Community Server to SubText. Seems like he had a few issues exporting his blog from CommunityServer to BlogML, so he had to transform the DB schema from CS to Subtext manually. Happy blogging Mighel! Technorati tags: Subtext, UGIdotNET

UGIdotNET is now on Subtext

 goes to   After GeeksWithBlogs, also UGIdotNET, the Italian .NET user group, migrated from .Text to Subtext. Andrea, the president of the user group, waited for the week of "Ferragosto" when almost all the Italians are on holiday, to minimize the down time of the blog portal. The first comments are positive, users like the new RichTextEditor, or the possibility to close the comments after N days, or to use Akismet to filter the spam. A lot of the very old skins are not available on Subtext, so most the personal blogs changed their skin, and I'm happy to see that most have them have...