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Angular 2 by Example Study Group (sprint 1 of 4)

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 6:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )

Location:

Applied Information Sciences

4721 Emperor Blvd, Suite 350 Durham NC

Registration and event details...

During the months of April and May, TRINUG will be hosting a hands-on book study and lab on Angular 2. Every other Wednesday, we’ll be working through the book “Angular 2 by Example”, co-written by one of our own TRINUG members, Kevin Hennessy.

Kevin along with Kumanan Murugesan and David Wilson will be leading the discussion. The book covers building three Angular 2 applications. It has an associated GitHub repository that is broken down into checkpoints that will allow you to “code along” in the sessions.

Participants should have worked through the related chapters of the book prior to each meeting. The meeting will be “hands on” where we work on building out the parts of an Angular 2 application covered in the chapters for the session.

So come prepared to code with your favorite development tool (we’ll be using Visual Studio Code and WebStorm) and beforehand download the GitHub repo for the session.

The book is available from AmazonPackt and others.

Schedule:

• April 5: TypeScript Intro, Getting Started – Chapter 1
• April 19: Routing, Forms – Chapter 4
• May 3: Dependency Injection, HTTP Module, and RxJs – Chapter 5 
• May 17: Unit and End to End Testing – Chapter 7


Main Meeting: Servers? We Don't Need No Stinking Servers! - Jamie Dixon

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 5:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )

Location:

Microsoft's Morrisville Office

3025 Carrington Mill Blvd Morrisville NC

Registration and event details...

Serverless computing is certainly a hot topic these days.  Starting with AWS Lambda in late 2014, all major cloud providers now offer some kind of ‘pay as you go’ function execution platform with Microsoft announcing Azure Functions at the //Build/ conference in early 2015.  Customers are adopting serverless to save money and to increase developer productivity.  In this session, we will take a look at serverless computing on Microsoft Azure from a developer’s point of view.  Among the questions answered are: “what is serverless?”, “why should I care?”, and “how can I get started?”  Also in this session, we will look at how to use different languages (C#, F#, JavaScript, and Python) together to build an application.

Speaker: Jamie Dixon
Jamie Dixon has been writing code for as long as he can remember and has been getting paid to do it since 1995.  An aspiring polyglot, he spends his time using F#, C#, JavaScript, Python and R – depending on the job at hand.  He has a passion for discovering overlooked gems in data sets and merging software engineering techniques to scientific computing. 

Jamie has a BSCS from American University and a Masters in Public Health from the University Of Michigan.  He is a Microsoft MVP and is the author of Mastering .NET Machine Learning.  He can be found on Twitter @jamie_dixon.

Meeting Agenda: 

5:30-6:00 - Welcome/Food 
6:00-6:15 - Announcements 
6:15-7:45 - Presentation
7:45-8:00 - Give-aways

Thank you to the April Main Meeting sponsor!


Angular 2 by Example Study Group (sprint 2 of 4)

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 6:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )

Location:

Applied Information Sciences

4721 Emperor Blvd, Suite 350 Durham NC

Registration and event details...

During the months of April and May, TRINUG will be hosting a hands-on book study and lab on Angular 2. Every other Wednesday, we’ll be working through the book “Angular 2 by Example”, co-written by one of our own TRINUG members, Kevin Hennessy.

Kevin along with Kumanan Murugesan and David Wilson will be leading the discussion. The book covers building three Angular 2 applications. It has an associated GitHub repository that is broken down into checkpoints that will allow you to “code along” in the sessions.

Participants should have worked through the related chapters of the book prior to each meeting. The meeting will be “hands on” where we work on building out the parts of an Angular 2 application covered in the chapters for the session.

So come prepared to code with your favorite development tool (we’ll be using Visual Studio Code and WebStorm) and beforehand download the GitHub repo for the session.

The book is available from AmazonPackt and others.

Schedule:

• April 5: TypeScript Intro, Getting Started – Chapter 1
• April 19: Routing, Forms – Chapter 4
• May 3: Dependency Injection, HTTP Module, and RxJs – Chapter 5 
• May 17: Unit and End to End Testing – Chapter 7


Global Azure Bootcamp

Saturday, April 22, 2017 8:30:00 AM ( Add to calendar... )

Location:

Cardinal Solutions (Wade III)

5440 Wade Park Blvd Suite 101 Raleigh NC

Registration and event details...

The Global Azure Bootcamp is in Raleigh for a record 5th year.  This year, we will have great speakers, fantastic labs, and even a surprise or two.  So grab your laptop, book your flight, and come on over! 

This year, we will have sessions on:

• Azure Sql Data Warehouse

• Azure Batch + Azure Functions + Azure Data Lake

• Azure Container Service

• Azure Architecture - Putting the Pieces Together

• Azure Cognative Services + Bot Framework

• Azure IoT

Hope to see you there


Angular 2 by Example Study Group (sprint 3 of 4)

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 6:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )

Location:

Applied Information Sciences

4721 Emperor Blvd, Suite 350 Durham NC

Registration and event details...

During the months of April and May, TRINUG will be hosting a hands-on book study and lab on Angular 2. Every other Wednesday, we’ll be working through the book “Angular 2 by Example”, co-written by one of our own TRINUG members, Kevin Hennessy.

Kevin along with Kumanan Murugesan and David Wilson will be leading the discussion. The book covers building three Angular 2 applications. It has an associated GitHub repository that is broken down into checkpoints that will allow you to “code along” in the sessions.

Participants should have worked through the related chapters of the book prior to each meeting. The meeting will be “hands on” where we work on building out the parts of an Angular 2 application covered in the chapters for the session.

So come prepared to code with your favorite development tool (we’ll be using Visual Studio Code and WebStorm) and beforehand download the GitHub repo for the session.

The book is available from AmazonPackt and others.

Schedule:

• April 5: TypeScript Intro, Getting Started – Chapter 1
• April 19: Routing, Forms – Chapter 4
• May 3: Dependency Injection, HTTP Module, and RxJs – Chapter 5 
• May 17: Unit and End to End Testing – Chapter 7


Angular 2 by Example Study Group (sprint 4 of 4)

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 6:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )

Location:

Applied Information Sciences

4721 Emperor Blvd, Suite 350 Durham NC

Registration and event details...

During the months of April and May, TRINUG will be hosting a hands-on book study and lab on Angular 2. Every other Wednesday, we’ll be working through the book “Angular 2 by Example”, co-written by one of our own TRINUG members, Kevin Hennessy.

Kevin along with Kumanan Murugesan and David Wilson will be leading the discussion. The book covers building three Angular 2 applications. It has an associated GitHub repository that is broken down into checkpoints that will allow you to “code along” in the sessions.

Participants should have worked through the related chapters of the book prior to each meeting. The meeting will be “hands on” where we work on building out the parts of an Angular 2 application covered in the chapters for the session.

So come prepared to code with your favorite development tool (we’ll be using Visual Studio Code and WebStorm) and beforehand download the GitHub repo for the session.

The book is available from AmazonPackt and others.

Schedule:

• April 5: TypeScript Intro, Getting Started – Chapter 1
• April 19: Routing, Forms – Chapter 4
• May 3: Dependency Injection, HTTP Module, and RxJs – Chapter 5 
• May 17: Unit and End to End Testing – Chapter 7


Other Local Group Events:

Triangle Azure User Group

Triangle SQL Server User Group


What is TRINUG?

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)
  • Free, day-long events like RDU Code Camp.
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