Omaha .NET Users Group May Meeting
Start Time: May 26 2011, 6:00 PM
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Posted by mruwe at May 21 2011, 7:05 AM

Fellow .Net Users, Our next .NET Users Group meeting will be held on Thursday, May 26th, at 6:00pm (food will be provided 15 to 20 minutes prior to the start of the meeting). Meeting Details: **Location: **Team Software407 S 27th AveMap **Special Directions: ** Due to parking restrictions, there are some special instructions to get to this location. There is plenty of parking, but you’ll want to read these instructions carefully. Team Software is located on the South side of Harney St between 27th Ave and 26th St. The parking lot is on the East side of the building and is marked with a large sign indicating that you cannot park in it. For this event the parking lot will be opened after 5:15. There is also free street parking on both side of Harney. You’ll want to enter the building through the parking lot. There’s a door on the East side of the building that you’ll need to enter through. Someone will be there to let you in.

If you have any trouble, feel free to calls Matt’s cell phone at 402-578-2539. **Speaker: **Chad Michel In 2000 Chad graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering. He then graduated from the University of Nebraska Lincoln in 2003 with a Masters in Computer Science. After college, he worked for STI, MindVision/eSellerate/DigitalRiver, and Internap before ending up at Don't Panic Labs.Chad passionately argues for improving our software development process. He wants better software, more accurate time limes and easier to maintain solutions. Chad is a life-long Nebraskan. He grew up in rural Nebraska and now lives in Lincoln. Chad and his wife have a son and daughter. **Topic:**Would you fly on an airplane that runs your software? Do you think your process and rigor support the building of a systems as complex as an airplane? The complexity of software continues to rise but our process for building software hasn't really changed. We need a better foundation for building our software systems if we are going to deal with the continual added complexity. Service-Oriented Architectures provides a better foundation for most solutions. With a better foundation and a better plan you can deliver a better solution on a more regular time table. In this talk I will discuss Service-Oriented Architecture and how to implement it using WCF. I will also provide guidance on implementing it within your current agile process. Food, Giveaways, Great Information: Definitely! **Sponsor:**Team Software Team Software has been in business for 22 years developing and selling our financial and labor management software suite. We offer both hosted and locally-installed solutions, serving mostly the janitorial and security guard industries. We have over 400 customers in nearly all states, as well as Canada, Puerto Rico, Grand Cayman Islands, and Jamaica. Our software is used to help secure events such as the Super Bowl and The Masters, as well as entities such as airports, banks, malls and countless other facilities.

In 2005, Team became an Employee Owned company, ensuring a successful transition of leadership and business continuity. We currently have 56 employees, and have experienced our greatest growth in the past 3 years.**** How to attend:Please RSVP by clicking on the link at the top of the page to indicate that you plan on attending. This helps us know how much food and prizes we need to bring to the meeting! BE SURE TO RSVP AS THE GIVE AWAY DRAWING NAMES WILL BE DRAWN FROM THE LIST OF ATTENDEES WHO RSVP THROUGH THE WEB SITE. Call for Topics and SpeakersAs a community-based user group, we encourage involvement from our members (whether it's presenting on a topic, providing topic suggestions, or supporting the group by attending the sessions). If you have a topic that you would like to present or learn more about during a future Omaha .NET Users Group meeting, please let me know. We are always in need of speakers and topics. Thank you,

Matt Ruwe.NET Users Group

Brian Olson

.NET Users Group