My Huntsville User Group Presentation Is Canceled

10. May 2007 04:03

Back in mid-April, I posted some information about a WCF presentation that I would be giving at the Huntsville New Technology Users Group on Monday, May 21.  Unfortunately, a business engagement has surfaced that requires me to attend as a WCF resource on the same day.  Due to the involved schedule, it would be difficult for me to reach the user group meeting on time.  Since I don't think it would be fair to the group for me to say that I will "hopefully" be there, I have decided to cancel my scheduled presentation.

On a personal note, I absolutely hate doing this sort of thing.  As a speaker, it reflects poorly on me when I cancel a presentation...especially when it is just under two weeks until the date.  Hopefully, the user group can understand my reasons and still feel up to inviting me back sometime in the future. 

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