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Shervin Shakibi, Microsoft Regional Director, was our speaker at the West Palm Beach .Net User Group July 2011 meeting. Shervin’s talk was demo-centric where he showcased the power of HTML 5 by example. Issues discussed at the meeting included suggestions on mitigating security concerns with HTML 5 source code accessibility as well as the status and timeline for HTML 5 readiness. Shervin’s much anticipated talk brought us over 25 members who filled our CompTec meeting room.
 
We appreciate Shervin’s commitment to sharing his knowledge with the technical community and we look forward to him visiting us again in the near future.
 
Our next meeting will be taking place on Tuesday August 23rd, 2011 at 6:30 PM. Ritesh Pahwa, PMP, will be covering Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010: new features, implementation concerns and upgrade considerations.  We will continue with our tradition of providing free food brought to us by Sherlock Technology as well as holding our free raffle with every member leaving with some gift item. Hope you can make it!
 
Below are some photos of our July meeting with Shervin.
 
--Sam Abraham
Site Director – West Palm Beach .Net User Group
http://www.fladotnet.com
 
Partial view of our meeting room. Event attracted more than 25 attendees.
 
Shervin wearing his HTML 5 shirt.
 
 
 
 
Joe Homnick, Microsoft Regional Director was in attendance at the event.
 
Dave Noderer, Microsoft MVP and fladotnet.com founder was also in attendance at the event. 
 
 
Posted on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 10:55 AM Fladotnet.com , Tech Talk | Back to top


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