Amazon recruiting event in St. Louis - April 27th through 29th 

The Amazon Customer Service Technologies department is heading to St. Louis April 27th through 29th to scout for talented and passionate software engineers and web developers. The delegation will include team managers and software engineers representing teams that span from big data to highly-scaled SOAs to Amazon.com website development. Perhaps more exciting are the opportunities to build systems that are used by millions of customer across the globe and leave an indelible mark on the history of e-commerce and software.

If you are interested please share your enthusiasm, and your resume with cstechengineering@amazon.com. Also, feel free to share details with anyone in your network who might be interested.

For anyone needing more convincing they will also be holding a reddit AMA on Friday April 8, 2016. Jim Hare and Jeremy Pollock, former-St.-Louis software developers who made the move to Amazon, will be answering questions including: what the move is like, observations for tech culture in Seattle, and maybe even duck-sized horses.

The event is arranged by the Amazon recruiting department, and invites are distributed after they talk with you - so email them at cstechengineering@amazon.com. Join them on their AMA as well. You may have questions that Jim and Jeremy can speak to having made the transition themselves. See you there!



  User Group Night - May 20, 2016 

James Levingston
Using Docker to Deploy Micro-services

Enterprises are using the Docker Containers-as-a-Service platform within their enterprise to enable developers to develop and test applications more quickly, within any environment and are breaking down barriers between Dev and Ops teams to improve the app development process. James will talk about the history, purpose and benefits for a team specifically utilizing Docker to deploy micro-services and making scaling your applications much easier.

James Levingston is a Technical Lead, and manages one of the mission critical .NET teams for Asynchrony Labs. James is an accomplished Software Engineer and Architect who has been working with the .NET platform for at least 15 years. He loves to apply technical knowledge towards abstract problems, generally finding solutions by using and integrating a plethora of IT technologies. James experience ranges from hardware/network diagnostics to high-level software design and architecture for fortune 500 companies. When James isn’t sitting behind his computer solving problems you can find him enjoying time with his family or enjoying some sort of outdoor activity.


Monday, May 23, 2016
6:00 - 6:30 pm Food and social
6:30 - 8:30 pm Presentation
Location:
Three City Place Drive
Suite 1100
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
[MAP]
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  User Group Night - June 20, 2016 

Hello World Road Show
Building Web Apps with ASP Core 1.0

St. Louis welcomes Shawn Wildermuth and his "Hello World Road Trip" on its tour across the world.

On each of the 25 stops around the world, the event will provide:

  • A live recording of Shawn’s well-regarded podcast (Hello World Podcast) with a local developer as the guest. (Kevin Grossnicklaus will be the guest in St. Louis.)
  • A technical talk entitled: "Building Web Apps with ASP Core 1.0
  • Food and prizes

Shawn Wildermuth has been a Microsoft MVP (ASP.NET/IIS) for more than a decade. He’s also the author of eight books, dozens of articles, and over fifteen Pluralsight courses. He is one of the Wilder Minds and can be reached at his blog at http://wildermuth.com.

Please register on the Hello World Road Trip site at http://www.hwroadtrip.com/city/st-louis to indicate you will be attending.


Monday, June 20, 2016
6:00 - 6:30 pm Food and social
6:30 - 8:30 pm Presentation
Location:
Three City Place Drive
Suite 1100
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
[MAP]
Sponsor:



  Blocked Domains 

We normally send out meeting reminders using Constant Contact. Some companies block emails that are sent from that service. Here are some of the emails we have on file that are routinely blocked:
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  • aeg-inc.com
  • amnesiac.net
  • archcove.com
  • atai.com
  • boeing.com
  • bryancave.com
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  • federated.com
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  • mdtablet.com
  • mhe.net
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  • seilerinst.com
  • teamkingsley.com
  • tjco.net
  • transatech.com
  • ungerboeck.com
  • unifiedcomms.com


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