# Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Hello Everyone! Welcome to 2005!

It's time to let everyone know what we have planned for the January PADNUG (http://www.padnug.org) meeting. As has been the case for the last couple of months, meetings have moved to the **NEW LOCATION**. Please make a note of it!

WHAT: January PADNUG meeting.
WHEN: Wednesday 01/26/2005
6:00 p.m. Pizza, Sponsored by 3Leaf (http://www.3leaf.com)
6:30 p.m. Presentation
**WHERE: PCC Auditorium at Capital Center
( http://www.capital.ous.edu/directions.html)
18640 NW Walker Road
Beaverton, Oregon
The auditorium is in room 1508 through entrance B. There is a $2 parking fee. The kiosk for paying for parking is located between entrances B and C.

Scott Swigart

Scott spends his time consulting, authoring, and speaking about the convergence of current and emerging technologies. He believes this is partially a result of having worked with a very wide range of technologies over his career. Beginning with Commodore 64 programming at the age of 12, then writing hardware diagnostics for UNIX systems in C++, moving into windows desktop, Web, and component development, and finally through XML, .NET, Web service, development, he has seen how technology evolves over time. Today, he focuses on helping organizations get the most out of today's technology, and prepare to leverage emerging technology as a way to be more competitive.

TOPIC: What's So Smart About Smart Client?

In this presentation, Scott will examine design criteria that factor in to choosing a Web or Smart Client implementation. You will then see how technologies like the Smart Client Offline Application Block, and the Application Updater Block combine to provide Smart Client functionality today. The presentation will finish with a look into the future at the compelling Smart Client functionality that Visual Studio 2005 will provide.

Plan to be there and enjoy the presentation. We'll be looking for you!

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