Cambridge .NET Developer's User Group | mostly ;-p

CAMDUG end of week Drinks meetup every Friday, at CB2 Bistro. Good Beer, top nosh and geek talk. Social pub meetup every week where you can come along and meet and chat to other .NET professionals about any topic you want. Some of the recent discussions have been around, BDD, TDD, Selenium, nHibernate, EntityFramework, nosql ( CouchDB, MongoDB), Yahoo Query language plus plenty more. Often the topic is not even tech related. if it's been a hard week, its good just to meetup with some friends who can relate. Once friendships are formed, we arrange various coding and hack days where we can get down, close and personal (hands on pair programming with a mate) with the latest interesting open source project, or development "best practice". There's always really great Pizza and chips and beer to go around. For a list of other .NET user groups and events in the UK please visit: * If one of our events are not listed, please feel free to fix/ post a listing at WheresTheGeeks. Please also visit NxtGenUG's website to see the latest .NET speakers coming to Cambridge.

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Past events

  • #camdug PieHack T-Shirt design competition

    Mon, 4 Jun 2012, 18:00 - 21:00 in Cambridge, United Kingdom

    Are you an AWESOME budding, or already budded Tee-shirt designer?we need your help! Cambridge Developer user Group, (camdug) needs a T-Shirt design for our totally stupendously amazingly awesome PieHack day... a T-Shirt made for the gods, designed by a god, to be worn mostly in and around Godsville-Cambridge.NB!

  • Book Group: "Coders at Work" by Peter Seibel (part 2)

    Fri, 8 Apr 2011, 19:00 - 21:00 in Cambridge, United Kingdom

    We will finish the book off by covering selected chapters. So, for the meeting aim to have read the interviews with:Peter Norvig (director of research at Google)Joe Armstrong (creator of Erlang)Don Knuth (no explanation necessary)

  • #Cambridge #GeekBeers : beer/coffee debate, about TDD, does it slow development?

    Sat, 26 Feb 2011, 13:30 - 15:30 in Cambridge, United Kingdom

    Winter #GeekBeers in #Cambridge.Come and have lunch and beers or coffee and chat to the guys who attended the BDD workshop in the morning and get the skinny, find out the verdicts from everyone, is TDD and using BDD faster or did it slow you down? ;-pThis should prove to be a lively and interesting debate and of course a great lunch.

  • Coding under pressure with TDD/BDD #NUnit and #Specflow Workshop/Seminar

    Sat, 26 Feb 2011, 09:30 - 11:30 in Cambridge, United Kingdom

    :: Think you don't have time to write to write unit tests, and that TDD will slow you down? Come join us for a fun day (or morning) where we push the limits of how much TDD and BDD practices can actually speed up development. Come learn some tips and tricks from some old hands with some hands on coding...9:30 am till 1:30pm : Then GeekBeers and continue discussion over lunch and beers.(image is from one of snowcode's open coding hack sessions - snowcode is the event sponsor.

  • Project continuity

    Fri, 18 Feb 2011, 19:00 - 21:00 in Cambridge, United Kingdom

    What do you think of creating a simple project that requires multiple meetups but that is broad enough to allow us to explore different technologies or ideas.For example, doing a small server side app (really really simple) and on another meeting doing a simple Android client and then, who knows, iPhone and Win 7 Phone.In the end we would have a good understanding of the differences between those platforms and it's easy to compare them.

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