We made it safely down here on our Southern Fried tour and all is going well. We have met with .NET user groups here Huntsville, Birmingham, Montgomery and the rain soaked Mobile (8 inches of rain yesterday). Hopefully this rain is on its way to Raleigh, North Carolina, because we need it there. We are having a great time presenting FarPoint Spread and showing how this unlocks their 'grid applications'. There has been a lot of good feedback. One of the guys in Birmingham blogged about us (with a picture) yesterday. We are off to Baton Rouge this (Friday) morning and will be flying home tomorrow. Scott Shorter (Here's a description from the Baton Rouge user group web page:) Southern Fried Road Tour at Lamar Advertising Baton Rouge, Louisiana Friday, October 19, 2007 Scott Shorter, FarPoint Technical Evangelist, has been with FarPoint for over 12 years and is the senior member of their much respected customer service and technical support team. His daily customer contact has contributed greatly to the past, present and future development goals of FarPoint and their products. Scott has a Bachelors degree in Mathematics and a keen interest in seemingly insolvable spreadsheet issues. Topic Gridlocked in your development efforts? Rows and columns development is a very useful and tried and true way of presenting data. But it's boring too. What could you create if you could develop the UI at the cell level? See how you can bring your data alive using the FarPoint Spread for Windows Forms and FarPoint Spread for Web Forms products from FarPoint Technologies. Developing spreadsheet technologies for over 15 years, FarPoint Technologies is a recognized leader in high-performance, fully-customizable spreadsheet component technology. Agenda 6:00 pm - 6:30pm: General Introduction/Food and Drinks 6:30 pm - 8:15 pm: Scott will present on how to develop with grid controls 8:15 pm - until: Open forum for questions Raffle and Giveaways

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