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Steve Loethen When I grow up I want to code in c#

My team at Microsoft is looking into interesting and varied ways to help the development community get info.  One of the ways is a online approach using SecondLife.  I am just curious, how many folks are engaged in SecondLife?  One of the thoughts is to engage in a "codecamp in the ether". 

 

Has anyone tried this?  Or perhaps a UG in the virtual world.  Has anyone tried this?  I know there are some offerings in SecondLife for IBM, but it seems more of a static resource location.  I have just started looking into the viability of presenting/discussing in the active virtual world.  Anyone tried this?

Posted on Wednesday, June 13, 2007 12:53 PM | Back to top


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