With the release of Angular 2 approaching, you may be wondering how to get started using it with your favorite IDE, Visual Studio. This hands-on session will focus on how to accomplish that and position you to get started using Angular 2 for your upcoming .NET projects.
We will be walking through this guide on the Angular site -- https://angular.io/docs/ts/latest/cookbook/visual-studio-2015.html Bring your laptop with Visual Studio 2015 installed. If beforehand you can also install the latest version of Node.js and download the QuickStart source from Github (see the guide for links and instructions) that would be nice but not necessary.
Kevin Hennessy is a Senior Software Engineer with Applied Information Sciences (AIS). He has over 17 years of experience as a developer, team lead and solutions architect working on web-based projects using the Microsoft technology stack. He has spoken at code camps and user groups on a range of topics, including Angular 2, Meteor and Knockout. He is currently co-authoring a book -- Angular 2 by Example -- that will be published shortly.
Geek Speak Toastmaster - A Toastmasters group for everyone.
This is a follow-on to the dotNetConf virtual conference (http://www.dotnetconf.net/). We have a great lineup of speakers for this event:
- Steve Suing will give a talk on Azure - Kip Streithorst will discuss converting a Web API application to ASP.NET Core - Jamie Dixon will give a talk on F# for developers - Ian Hoppes will show off Universal Windows Platform (UWP) in Windows 10 IoT Core - David Driscoll will give a talk on Roslyn - Kevin Feasel will give a wild card talk but promises it will be interesting
Coffee, breakfast, and lunch will be provided.
Main Meeting: ASP.NET Core: What You Need to Know to be Productive on Day 1
ASP.NET Core is a major advancement for web development on the Microsoft stack. It brings a whole new modern development paradigm with a brand new modular and lightweight framework that is cloud-ready and cross-platform. However, it’s also a major deviation on some of the traditional patterns Microsoft web developers have become familiar with over the years, which means it’s very important to start learning these new technologies now. In this demo-heavy presentation, we will cover numerous topics including startup and middleware, new Web API features, the new Dependency Injection system, tag helpers, view components, and much more!
Speaker: Steve Michelotti
Steve Michelotti is a Microsoft ASP.NET MVP and a contributing author for Pluralsight training. In addition, Steve is a frequent presenter at developer user groups, conferences, and Code Camps along the East Coast and holds the MCSD, MCPD, and MCT certifications. Steve is an avid blogger (http://stevemichelotti.com), has contributed articles to Visual Studio Magazine, and his work on high performance web solutions was featured on Channel 9. Currently he is serving as an Architect/Developer for Applied Information Sciences (AIS) where he has lead numerous projects including a multi-year effort to modernize the business systems of a major insurance carrier. Previously he was the Chief Technologist at e.magination where he consulted with clients including Advertising.com/AOL where he was the Tech Lead for one of the highest volume .NET applications in the world.
Triggers 101 with a pragmatic example of an Audit Log Ken will introduce the concept of triggers in SQL Server and discuss when they may be of use. Then he'll walk through a pragmatic example of using some triggers to spin up your own Audit Log.
A user group that brings together .Net developers and technology enthusiasts from around the Triangle of North Carolina.
Membership ranges from brand new developers of .Net, to seasoned practitioners.
Membership is always free and all are welcome.
What kind of Meetings and gatherings do you have?
We meet Every Wednesday!
A Main meeting where locally & nationally recognized speakers present. (2nd Wed)
SIGs (Special Interest Groups) discussions and deep dives that each meet once a month. (1st, 3rd, and 4th Wed)