The Richmond User Groups Leadership Team has been pretty busy lately with a significant re-organization and planning for 2007. It hasn't gone as smoothly as it could - and that's my fault - but we've accomplished a lot in the last few weeks. Good job everyone!
We've successfully migrated to a sponsored model. This wasn't as simple as it sounds, but it is complete now and we're excited about the new possibilities!
We're in the process of decentralizing areas of responsibility for the various tasks in each group. I've fumbled a couple hand-offs (analogy disclaimer: it's football season in the US, almost play-off season) but the Leadership Team has responded with the kind of professionalism that has built and will continue building this community.
We're planning two more Code Camps for 2007! Look for more information in upcoming blog entries.
A redesign of the RichmondDotNet website is underway! Check it out for meeting schedule and topic information - keep in mind some meetings are not at the usual meeting facility.
We're excited to have Joe Bennett speak at January's meeting! Joe hails from the Triangle .Net Users Group, where he's President and Executive Director. Joe will be speaking about Custom Attributes and Reflection - cool topic!
Most has gone very well - and I'd like to congratulate the team on a job well done!
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