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Topeka Dot Net User Group (DNUG) Meeting – April 6, 2010

Topeka DNUG is free for anyone to attend! Mark your calendars now! SPEAKER: Troy Tuttle is a self-described pragmatic agilist, and Kanban practitioner, with more than a decade of experience in delivering software in the finance and health industries and as a consultant. He advocates teams improve their performance through pursuit of better practices like continuous integration and automated testing. Troy is the founder of the Kansas City Limited WIP Society and is a speaker at local area groups on ......

UppercuT Presentation Afterthoughts

The presentation for TopDNUG went pretty well. There were some good questions and back and forth. The room really seemed to come alive when in a matter of less than ten minutes I added UppercuT to two different Open Source projects (Reflexil and Quartz.NET) and had them off of the ground and building. Full builds, too. With versioning, compiling, unit testing, packaging, etc. I also unveiled the new logo for UppercuT: Here is the slide deck: UppercuT Presentation (may need to be renamed to .pptx) ......

TopDNUG Meeting Rescheduled – September 24, 2009

Due to scheduling conflicts, the meeting has been moved to Thursday September 24, 2009. http://groups.google.com/gr... I updated the original post as well. This being the second time in two months comes with a little explanation. The business where we hold our meetings graciously lets us use the meeting space for free. As such sometimes they ask that we reschedule to meet their needs ......

Iowa Code Camp Presentations

Last weekend I went up to Iowa Code Camp in Cedar Rapids and had the opportunity to do two presentations, one on NuGet and one known as the Automation Tools Roundup. ICC is one of my favorite conferences every year. It is twice a year and I try to make it to at least one of them. The people that attend this conference really make it worth the money you spend in travel expenses. Definitely recommended. Automation Tools Roundup This is my favorite session to give because it requires crowd participation ......

September Topeka .NET User Group Meeting – BDD and SpecFlow

TOPIC: BDD and SpecFlow This is a presentation on how to use BDD and SpecFlow to build software driven by specifications. It will include a brief overview of how SpecFlow works and how to define specifications, followed by a compare and contrast with standard TDD. It will finish with real-world SpecFlow examples of successes and failures. PRESENTER: Darren Cauthon Darren Cauthon is a developer with over eight years of experience, half of which have been on the .Net platform. He currently works for ......

Topeka Dot Net User Group (DNUG) Meeting – September 24, 2009

Topeka DNUG is free for anyone to attend! Mark your calendars now! SPEAKER: Rob Reynolds has been programming in .NET since the early days of 1.0. He is a .NET Developer at FHLBank Topeka, a bank where the doors are always locked and there’s no money inside. He holds a bachelor’s degree in MIS from Kansas State University (don’t hate!) and enjoys spending time with his wife and kid when his wife hasn’t locked him in the basement to work on any of the OSS projects he manages. TOPIC: Automated Builds: ......

Topeka .NET User Group Meeting – Moved to August 20th

Due to scheduling conflicts, the meeting has been moved to Thursday August 20th.  http://groups.google.com/group/topekadotnet/browse_thread/thread/d8ed379f3b94858

 

Topeka Dot Net User Group (DNUG) Meeting - August 20th, 2009

Topeka DNUG is free for anyone to attend! Mark your calendars now! Speaker Dru Sellers is the Solution Architect for Federal Home Loan Bank in Topeka, KS. He has been programming professionally for over 8 years and spends most of his time in C# and VB.Net, Castle, and junk punches people who 'touch' his database. Topic Object Oriented Databases and other non-relational options Are you tired of writing SQL to maintain your databases? Are you using an object relational mapper and sick of the mapping? ......