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Old 10-28-2011, 08:28 AM   #1
rickbe
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Default .NET Bio 1.0 training course - Redmond, WA Dec. 5th/6th

I am the community program manager for .NET Bio (formerly the Microsoft Biology Foundation [MBF]). We are hosting a 2 day workshop on using .NET Bio December 5th and 6th in Redmond, WA.

.NET Bio is a language-neutral bioinformatics toolkit built using the Microsoft 4.0 .NET Framework to help developers, researchers, and scientists.
This open-source platform is a library of commonly-used bioinformatics functions. Applications can be implemented in a variety of .NET
languages, including C#, F#, Visual Basic® .NET, and IronPython.

The registration site for the course is at http://dotnetbio.eventbrite.com/. We would love to have a full house for this free course. If you can't make that one we will be offering additional courses at alternate venues or you can download training materials from the codeplex site that you can utilize yourself.

The new codeplex site for .NET bio 1.0 is at http://bio.codeplex.com/ if that is helpful as well.

Happy to answer any questions you may have.

Regards

Rick Benge
Community Program Manager .NET Bio

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