User Group Night - Monday, August 31, 2015 

 Randy Walker
An Entrepreneur's Tale

Ever wanted to work for yourself? Be your own boss? Forge your own way? Come hear the realistic tale of what it takes to work for yourself and achieving the dream of being a technology entrepreneur. You’ll be both inspired and shown the realistic view of the world contracting, consulting, and owning a software development company.

Owner of Harvest Data Corp, a small business ISV (Independant Software Vendor) that services Vendorville, the Walmart Consumer Package Goods Industry. Randy tries to help others with their startup software businesses and is heavily involved with the programmer community as a Microsoft MVP award winner for 8 years.





Also Showing (You must pick one session from the two)


Jeff Fattic
Visual Studio

Earlier this month, Microsoft released the latest version of visual studio and TFS. In this session, Jeff will demonstrate some of the key innovations in this release. As time allows, he will also demonstrate some of the new DevOps scenarios enabled by future releases.

Visual Studio has come a long way over the years. Create multi-platform apps for Windows, iOS, Android, and more by using a single IDE

  • Web, mobile, and cloud development tools
  • Build apps for Windows, Android, and iOS
  • Integrated designers, editors, debuggers, and profilers
  • Code in C#, C++, JavaScript, Python, TypeScript, Visual Basic, F#, and more
  • Ability to deploy, debug, and manage Microsoft Azure services
  • Thousands of extensions, from PHP to gaming

Plus, with Visual Studio Online you can Share code, track work, and ship software

  • Compatibility with Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode, or any IDE/editor
  • Unlimited, private Git and Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) source code repositories
  • Agile planning tools
  • Continuous integration
  • Real-time availability, performance, and usage monitoring with Azure Application Insights
  • Openness and extensibility
  • Free for small teams and MSDN subscribers









Monday, August 31, 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:


  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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