The Orlando .NET Users Group?s goal is to play a role in helping to build a great tech community in Central Florida by showcasing great speakers and content. Our focus is centered around .NET development, ALT.NET development, and new and emerging developer technologies typically found in the Microsoft stack. The group was founded by Joel Martinez in September 2001 and has continued to thrive through today. We welcome any and all developers from inside or outside the .NET community.
We are the Houston C# User Group originally with HAL-PC and now officially supported and funded by Microsoft. We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at the Houston Microsoft sales offices at One Briar Lake Plaza 2000 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. S. #350. Our format includes 2 talks for the night, one a brief lighting talk usually around 30 minutes and a primary 1-2 hour talk by a guest speaker. Food and drinks are provided each night and Microsoft validates your parking.
This meetup is for software developers, recruiters and employers seeking work/workers in either web or desktop technologies from C#/VB to Node.js, from Scala to Ruby. There are hundreds of great jobs in London and hundreds of fantastic candidates. Currently the system of getting employers and candidates together is inefficient, labour intensive and time consuming.
The purpose of this group is to discuss the technical and nontechnical aspects of Windows Phone app development. Members will be able to participate in: * a lending library * forming groups to work on projects * contributing code snippets and giving / receiving help * sharing info about upcoming Hackathons and other Microsoft phone related meetings and events
We meet monthly to learn about things related to software development. Meetings happen monthly on the second Tuesday of every month from 16:30-17:30 at Microsoft Bryanston, Gauteng.While we currently meet at Microsoft - that doesn't mean we restrict ourselves to just one technology stack - we find all platforms and technologies interesting. Monthly topics have a wide range from software development methodologies to patterns and best practices for various language paradigms.
ID of STL was originally the Flex and Coldfusion usergroup named Flex and Fuse the Arch. With Adobe dropping Flex, the group has rebranded itself with the help of ID of Nashville to better showcase and support the evolving interactive application industry in Saint Louis.
I'm trying to setup a user group in Cornwall for all flavours of developers. The aim of the group is to enabling learning, knowledge sharing and networking without having to leave Cornwall!I am looking to setup the first event in Early August 2012, let me know if your interested.Mike
“It is practically impossible to teach good programming style to students that have had prior exposure to BASIC. As potential programmers, they are mentally mutilated beyond hope of regeneration.” - E. W. Dijkstra