London .NET User Group

The London .NET user group was established in 2002 to provide developers developers working with Microsoft's .NET framework with access to the latest and best information. At our monthly meetings you can hear expert speakers who dig 'under the hood' and keep you informed on best practices and future

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Past events

  • LDNUG AUG10: Modelling and Waiting

    Thu, 1 Sep 2011, 18:30 - 20:30 in London, United Kingdom

    Please note that the following sessions will run in parallel i.e. you can see on or other, not bothLiam Westley: Go Asynchronouse with C#5Anders Hejlsberg announced the Visual Studio Async CTP at PDC 2010.This CTP means you don’t need to create callback functions anymore and can write code in the same way as if it were synchronous. The compiler will do all of the heavy lifting for you.public async void GetDDD9Sessions

  • LDNUG FEB 16th Raven DB and CQRS

    Wed, 16 Feb 2011, 18:30 - 20:00 in London, United Kingdom

    When: Feb 16thWhere: EMC ConchangoWhatWe will be running two sessions from DDD 9 in parallel, catch up with ones you missed.CQRS Fad or Future? with Ian CooperCommand-Query-Responsibility-Seperation (CQRS) is the new 'hotness' but beyond a desire to use the latest 'fad' what might actually lead you to adopt this approach over a conventional layered architecture.

  • Ian Griffiths on C# 3.0

    Thu, 12 Jan 2006, 18:30 - 21:00 in London, United Kingdom

    With the covers barely off on C# 2.0 we are planning on kicking off the new year with a talk from Ian Griffiths on C# 3.0 - especially LINQ. I will have a fuller session description soon, but in the meantime this is a date for your new diaries.

  • Modelling connected systems & Enterprise Architectural Design Patterns

    Wed, 30 Nov 2005, 18:30 - 21:00 in London, United Kingdom

    Matt Deacon speaking on Modelling connected systems and Enterprise Architectural Design Patterns.

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