CoDey and CoDeMander had an ecvellent expreience at this year's Tech Ed conference in Orlando, FL. Though the location did not offer much relief from their hometown Houston, Texas head, CoDey and CoDeMander kept cool by chillin' at the CoDe Magazine booth. The intrepid duo also helped out by attracting hundreds of conference attendees to the booth to check out CoDe Magazine's revolutionary new WPF-based reader Xiine. The expression "too cool" was heard dozends of times though CoDey prefers to think it was in reference to him.

As always we look forward to hearing about our friends in the User Group and Code Camp communities through pictures and details. We’ll post the best pictures here in future “CoDe on the Road” installments. The most creative or clever use of CoDe Magazine somewhere in your picture scores big points and the “top dog” will receive a CoDey of their own to give away at a future meeting. We also encourage people to send information on upcoming events for our “CoDe on the Road” on-line companion to help you spread the word about your group or event! Remember to send pics for review and publication to with minimum 300dpi in TIFF or JPEG formats.

Figure 1: CoDeMander listens-in on a duscussion of a Visual Studio Extensibility CoDe Focus issue between Ken Levy of Microsoft and Tom Buckley of CoDe Magazine.
Figure 2: Frequent CoDe Magazine contributors J. Ambrose Little and Miguel Castro proudly display their CoDe tattoos!
Figure 3: Microsoft's Vista mascot with Cleo and Tammy of CoDe Magazine..."We're Number One!!"

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