User Group Night - February 23, 2015 

Jacob Adams
Getting Started With AngularJS as a .NET Developer

Hopefully you already are aware of AngularJS and how to use it in your application. If not, you are missing a very powerful tool in your web development tool belt. AngularJS is a JavaScript web application framework developed by Google and the open source community. It provides templating, data-binding, dependency injection, and several other features to build robust client side web applications. In this session, Jake will demonstrate how to get started with AngularJS as well as how to integrate it into your new or legacy ASP.NET application.

In his career, Jake has been to just about every corner of the .NET ecosystem. Currently a Software Architect at Thompson Coburn LLP, a typical day for Jake might include developing single-page web applications inside of SharePoint, integrating WPF with Outlook and Word macros, configuring a distributed cache for a RESTful web service, or simply creating C# applications that talk to SQL databases. Although .NET programming is what he does to pay the bills, he is always interested in seeing what the rest of the software world is doing. After spending years working with Silverlight, he is currently focusing on JavaScript to provide elegant solutions and rich user experiences.


Monday, February 23, 2015
5:30 - 6:00 pm Food and social
6:00 - 7:30 pm Presentation
Location:
Three City Place Drive
Suite 1100
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
[MAP]
Sponsor:



  User Group Night - March 30, 2015 

Jim Welch, John Bush and Jeff St. Germain
Modern JavaScript Development

JavaScript used to be the Rodney Dangerfield of programming languages -- it didn’t get any respect. But, today, JavaScript has transformed itself into one of the most widely used languages in the world. It powers much of the internet and has even made the leap to running on the server. However, many developers still only know JavaScript as the language that powers simple click events and web animations. This session will show you what’s most important when building large modern JavaScript applications. Topics covered include how to modularize your JavaScript code, testing, tools, and frameworks.

Jim started Piquant Software Solutions 8 years ago and has been loving it ever since. He has over 20+ years of software development and project management experience and before starting Piquant Software worked 8.5 years as Architect, consultant and product expert for Microsoft Consulting Services.


Monday, March 30, 2015
5:30 - 6:00 pm Food and social
6:00 - 7:30 pm Presentation
Location:
Three City Place Drive
Suite 1100
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
[MAP]
Sponsor:



  User Group Night - April 27, 2015 

Muljadi Budiman
Lessons from Code Review

Code review is one of those best practices that is very useful, however may not be done within the environment that you're working in. By doing code review, a junior developer can get feedback on the work done and provide a base to improve upon. A junior developer that reviews will get to see code / design / pattern that are new and also get to see how code is being developed or how code evolves. The session will go through some of the changes found and recommended during code reviews that I have gone through. This session will use C# / .NET in discussing the code.

A typical geek / nerd, Muljadi Budiman is generally interested in anything that's new & shiny. He is always trying out new things, recently venturing into Ruby waters, and exposing himself to Java development with Android, Hibernate and Drools experience. His main bread and butter is still .NET, using WPF to create great UI for desktop apps, interfacing with WCF REST Based services, accessing databases using Entity Framework and continue playing with Xcode and Objective-C developing iOS applications.


Monday, April 27, 2015
5:30 - 6:00 pm Food and social
6:00 - 7:30 pm Presentation
Location:
Three City Place Drive
Suite 1100
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
[MAP]
Sponsor:



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  Discussions 

.NET meets Java meeting discussion, from Scott Spradlin, posted 9/25/2007 11:12 AM
Silverlight Session, from Sheila Shahpari, posted 4/3/2008 6:42 AM


  Beginner Developer Learning Center 

Microsoft recently launched the Beginner Developer Learning Center.  This is a great resource for anyone new to programming, or just new to development with the .NET Framework.


  Documents from Past Meetings 

 TitleOwnerCategoryLast UpdatedSize (KB) 
Craig Utley's October 31, 2005 Presentation Administrator Account 11/3/2005 Unknown Download
Denny Boynton's February 27, 2006 SOA Presentation Host Account 3/1/2006 589.17 Download
Denny Boynton's October 23, 2006 LINQ Presentation Administrator Account 10/24/2006 341.50 Download
Devin Rader's June 26, 2006 code Administrator Account 7/18/2006 272.82 Download
January Launch Event Materials Administrator Account 1/31/2006 7,839.74 Download
Todd Kitta, February 25, 2008, Office Business Applications Administrator Account 2/26/2008 1,262.67 Download
Todd Kitta's September 25, 2006 Presentation Administrator Account 9/27/2006 1,748.35 Download
Walt Ritscher's March 19, 2007 Presentation Administrator Account 3/23/2007 2,610.75 Download


  Nearby INETA User Groups for developers 



  Schedule 

August 27, 2014 - Microsoft

September 29, 2014 - Microsoft

October 27, 2014 - Microsoft

November 13-15, 2014 - STLDODN - Ameristar












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