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Past events

  • Amazon Web Services for Windows Professionals

    Thu, 6 Mar 2014, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    This session will provide an overview of Amazon Web Services (AWS) for Windows professionals. I hope to shatter the myth that AWS is only for start-ups using open source technologies.

  • Location! Location! Location!

    Thu, 3 Oct 2013, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    The major vendors are building out their mapping / location offerings like never before and the cloud-based API’s have never been so robust. It can only get better for developers as the big boys out-build each other for the biggest slice of this incredibly lucrative space.

  • Knockout JS

    Thu, 1 Aug 2013, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    Jason Kanaris will be presenting on his experiences using Knockout.js. Knockout is a standalone JavaScript implementation of the MVVM pattern with templates.The following topics will be covered: - What is MVVM?- What is Knockout?- ASP.NET MVC Integration

  • ReQey, a groundbreaking new android/iphone startup built with...Microsoft technologies?

    Thu, 14 Mar 2013, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    A detailed look into the architecture of ReQey, a mobile app that is built on Microsoft tech fully in the cloud. As a result of Microsoft's generous BizSpark package that now gives Azure away, we were able to build a fully functional startup with $0 software costs.

  • What's What With Windows 8

    Wed, 13 Feb 2013, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    Microsoft has just released its new line of Windows 8 software and to help spread the news on all the great capabilities of Windows 8, Microsoft has decided to do a presentation for the Long Island .NET User Group.

  • MongoDB and .NET

    Thu, 3 Jan 2013, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    NoSQL is not a fad, its here to stay. MongoDB has proven to be the leader of the pack in document based NoSQL databases. In this talk, Justin Dearing will give an introduction both to MongoDB itself and the .NET driver. In addition Justin will talk about what situations are appropiate for MongoDB.

  • A Fresh Look at DotNetNuke

    Thu, 4 Oct 2012, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    Vincent Malanga of IMI software will be giving us a fresh look at DotNetNuke.DotNetNuke software is used by developers, designers and business people to quickly build and easily maintain websites and social properties of all kinds.

  • Overcoming the Obstacles, Pitfalls, and Dangers of Unit Testing

    Thu, 6 Sep 2012, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    Have you ever bumped into a wall with your automated tests? Many developers bump into various roadblocks and hurdles when writing test code. Are your test methods starting to fail because the code-under-test uses DateTime.Now?

  • A Glimpse at Glimpse

    Thu, 2 Aug 2012, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    Nik Molnar a creator of Glimpse will be joining us to demo his creation. Glimpse is an amazing product that allows you to see exactly what's going on in your web server. Currently, it works for any ASP.NET website and even has specific extensions for specific frameworks like (ASP.NET MVC, etc.

  • LI.NETUG Jan. 5 - Refactoring to a S.O.L.I.D Foundation

    Thu, 5 Jan 2012, 18:30 - 20:00 in Melville, United States

    Topic: Refactoring to a S.O.L.I.D. Foundation In this session we take a small, functional but tightly-coupled, software solution and improve its design using each of Robert C. Martin's S.O.L.I.D. principles as follows: SRP: Single Responsibility Principle OCP: Open-Close Principle


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