The San Francisco .NET Developers User Group

We meet on the last Wednesday of each month at the Microsoft office on Market Street. The SF .NET Developers User Group has been in existence since 2002, is part of the Bay Area Association of Database Developers (BAADD) and although we are new to Meetup we have a loyal membership.

Topics include all aspects of development for desktop, browser and web services, as well as architectural choices and application development frameworks. We provide a face to face forum and encourage peer learning and networking. We maintain a focus on development practices, demonstrations and show & tell in developer-centric interactive sessions.

We typically have 25+ attendees at our meetings. Meetings are free - please join us!

  • Network with other developers, programmers and consultants
  • Get the latest and greatest Microsoft .NET related news
  • Have your questions answered by senior developers and Microsoft insiders
  • Get the inside track on emerging technologies
  • Learn valuable information for career development
  • Enjoy refreshments and valuable giveaways

6:30 to 7:00 pm – Introductions, food, networking 7:00 to 9:00 pm – Presentation and Q&A

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Past events

  • Reactive Extensions - Learn Async Programming in One Night

    Thu, 2 Feb 2012, 02:30 - 04:30 in San Francisco, United States

    Reactive Extensions (Rx) is a Microsoft library that allows asynchronous and event-based programming using observable collections and LINQ.  Building asynchronous programs has always been a difficult task, but as users demand more performance from their applications, developers must answer the challenge.In this hands-on discussion, Brad will show you what Rx is, what it is not, and where it is appropriate.  There will be lots of demonstration code to see and learn from.

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