Lance Larsen - .NET Architect Madison Wisconsin

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imageNINE hours of driving to and from Minnesota.
Over ONE HUNDRED excited attendees with standing-room-only at my presentation.
Well over FIFTY attendees and fellow speakers trying out my HoloLens for the first time!
Attendees to my HoloLens talk laughing at all my jokes — PRICELESS… :)

For all my attendees – as discussed, check out “A Holonaut’s Guide: HoloLens Development Resources” – and everyone can certainly reach out to me with any questions or insights!

IMG_3907IMG_3910Thank you to Jason Bock (@jasonbock),
Brandy Favilla (@brandyfavilla),
Mike Hodnick (@kindohm) &
Judah Gabriel Himango (@judahgabriel) for
putting on a great Twin Cities Code Camp!


0feb7a56-f8c1-45e1-a412-a7edf8141f4e (1)First of many HoloLens presentations kicks off tonight at LCNUG (Lake County .NET Users Group) —

HOLOGRAM” (noun): an image that is projected in a way that makes it appear three-dimensional.
AUGMENTED REALITY” (noun): superimposed computer-generated images on a user’s view of the real world. Aka “MIXED REALITY
HOLOLENS” (noun): the first fully untethered, holographic computer, enabling you to interact with high-definition holograms seamlessly blended with your world.

imageHello Developers! (or should that be “Holo Developers!”)

Are you ready to dive into Augmented Reality? Ready to see how we can build our own Holographic world overlay where we walk with Dinosaurs and float among the stars?

Ready to see not only how we interact with holograms but how those holograms react to us? Me to…

This will be a from scratch, step-by-step, lots of coding experience! Using the latest Visual Studio, Unity and C#.

imageJoin Lance Larsen ( fresh back from the Microsoft //BUILD conference — where HoloLens was center stage!  Lance is avid community speaker -and- president of the Madison .NET developer community (

Lance speaks passionately on the dawn of a technology that could fundamentally change how we live and interact with wearable computers that enhance our perceptions of the real world! Join him in the revolution of reality!

Lance is the owner of HoloSoft ( and consults with companies to build the future with the latest .NET technologies — if you have a AR / VR project you or your company needs assistance with, let him know. :)

Lance is also one of the original organizers for That Conference ( – August 8th – 10th, 2016 – the original Summer Camp for Geeks in the Wisconsin Dells!

45544_mod_gyroboy_01_LeftAre you are new to robotics? Or do you go to bed dreaming of counting cybernetic-sheep? In either case, Lego Mindstorms EV3 has just released an awesome next generation robot kit that’s made for everyone! EV3 adds never before seen functionality in a format accessible to all current and future programmers. Learn how to start teaching and showing others how to use the Lego programming tools! And just have fun with Robots! :)

PowerPoint presentation from ThatConference 2013 (Big 109MB!)

Check out the EV3 Core Set on Lego Education US!

Presentation coming to a .NET group near you…

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (CDT) Appleton, WI – Sign up on Eventbrite

PostSharpAspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) complements Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), giving us even more tools that increase modularity and allowing us to elegantly handle “crosscutting concerns” such as logging, exception handling and other common challenges. We’ll look at an introduction to using PostSharp, one of the most popular of the “IL Weaving” tools for cutting-edge .NET development.

Lance Larsen is the President of MADdotNET – the Madison .NET User Group – and loves to channel his passion for development into presentations such as this one, as you never learn something as well as when you plan on teaching it to others – such as you! Follow him on twitter at @lancelarsen — and get over to the MADdotNETto join our Meetup group to keep informed about upcoming events.