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  • Blog Post: Event: Visual Studio User Group Event with Shanku Niyogi

    If you're a .NET developer (or just interested in finding out more about developing Microsoft applications), come along to the Visual Studio 2012 launch event in Reading! This event includes a presentation by Shanku Niyogi from Microsoft. Shanku leads the team responsible for testing Microsoft’s developer...
  • Blog Post: Event: Umbraco UK Festival 2012 - 26th October 2012

    With more than 135,000 websites worldwide running on Umbraco, it is one of the most deployed web content management systems on the Microsoft stack. It powers websites for some of the largest companies in the world including Microsoft, Tesco, Heinz and the BBC to name but a few. Now in its 3rd year, the...
  • Blog Post: Event: Windows Azure User Group Meeting – Manchester inc Special Guest

    The Windows Azure User Group will be holding a special UK Windows Azure User Group meeting in Manchester on Thursday August 30 th with Cory Fowler, Windows Azure Technical Evangelist from Redmond, as he demonstrates how to develop PHP Applications from Command-line to the Cloud. He will outline the different...
  • Blog Post: User Groups: LIDNUG: 49,000 Strong and Growing

    As a .NET programmer who strives every day to further my technical and social skills, I attend user groups. Your typical user group is sold to the community which it supports as an excellent resource for learning and interacting with like-minded individuals. In my experiences, few actually deliver on...
  • Blog Post: Guest Post: Get yourself trained (and fed) – for free

    Ryan O’Neill is a software developer working from his home office in rural Herefordshire). Work normally involves .Net, SQL Server and a good sprinkling of web although I'm a good all rounder. Richard Wilde and I run the Hereford branch of the Next Generation User Group which meets once a month in Shire...
  • Blog Post: Guest Post: Four ways to making a tech event work for you

    Martin works for Microsoft where evangelises HTML5 and the web. He’s been a developer since the late 90s and loves figuring out problems and experimenting with code. I go to a lot of tech events. Some would say too many. In fact, it’s probably around 25 or so conference a year and a user group meeting...
  • Blog Post: User Groups: WorthingDotNet - New Name, New Start

    With a reliable, capable and free venue thanks to FreshEgg the eastern part of VBUG Portsmouth is starting again under the new name, WorthingDotNet. We will be meting every other month - usually on a Tuesday evening near the middle of the month - at FreshEgg for .NET presentations, discussion and networking...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Flash Poll: Community Questionnaire

    View the results here.
  • Blog Post: Event: Upcoming SQL Server Events

    SQL Server FAQ have just dropped over the events that they have planned all the way up to Christmas! Here’s a quick run down of what’s coming up! Get your diaries out and register early to avoid disappointment. Wed, 8 Aug - SOUTHAMPTON - Evening Meeting - Chris Testa-O'Neill & Alex...
  • Blog Post: Why do people attend the Windows Phone User Group?

    By Matt Lacey A wide variety of different people attend meetings of the Windows Phone User Group (WPUG). They're mostly developers but a number of designers and even a few people who are just interested in the platform come along too. The experience of attendees ranges from having built and released...
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