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I recently moved to Germany and I'm interested in what German .Net community looks like. Do you know any regularly held workshops in Germany (around Mannheim preferably)?


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I don't know of any but one way to address this is by finding people on LinkedIn who reside in Mannheim with .NET, C#, etc... in their public profile and then send them a message... –  Aaron McIver Feb 8 '11 at 21:29
Not sure how close these are to where you are, but... bonn-to-code.net and dotnet-sharepoint-regensburg.de are a couple UGs I found. Searching for ".net user group" germany might turn up a few more. –  Anna Lear Feb 8 '11 at 21:32

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There is a group .NET User Group Rhein-Neckar

"Rhein-Neckar" is the region around Mannheim, so many groups here are name more likely "Rhein-Neckar" to attract people from the whole area.

Thanks, that is a very good point –  Sergej Andrejev Feb 8 '11 at 21:53

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