Omaha .Net User Group May Meeting
Start Time: May 28 2015, 6:00 PM
Now = 4/20/2024 9:41:15 AM Start = 5/28/2015 6:00:00 PM
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Posted by mruwe at May 19 2015, 10:30 AM

Fellow .Net Users,
We had a LOT of users show up for our April meeting and it was fun to see so many familiar faces all together. Let's keep the momentum rolling with our May meeting. We announced at the last meeting that it would be the last time we would use the previous web site and true to his word, Brian Olson has managed to finish the new site and get it up and running. Hopefully you'll enjoy the new look and the better functionality. I certainly know that I will!

Now, onto business, our next .Net User's Group meeting will take place on Thursday May 28th starting at 6:00 PM. Food and drink will be served by our sponsor starting 15-20 minutes before the meeting.

12720 I Street
Take I-80 to the I-Street exit or take I-680 to the I-L-Q Street exit or take Dodge to 132nd or 120th to I Street

We are located North of the L-Street Marketplace’s Target and Home Depot. Park in the parking lot on the East side of the building and enter through the East entrance (maps attached). Someone from Kiewit will be there to greet people and direct them to our Auditorium where the meeting will be held.

Joe Ratzloff is a Solution Architect at Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus and the Particular Services Platform. He has worked in software engineering and architecture in the manufacturing and financial industry for over 20 years often focusing on distributed systems integration on various platforms.

Using Messaging to Overcome Integration Challenges.
This talk will include a review of some common integration challenges encountered by developers including the loss of data, and brittle process management. Some Integration patterns will be introduced briefly with a focus on messaging and the bus architectural style. Messaging Patterns, Architectural Styles, Common Messaging Patterns, Distributed SOA Strategy - Long Running Process & Event Driven Orchestration, the Challenges of Distributed Message Based Systems

Kiewit is one of North America's largest and most respected construction, engineering and mining organizations. With its roots dating back to 1884, this employee-owned company operates through a network of offices and projects across the US, Canada and Australia. Kiewit is a Fortune 250 company with nearly $12 billion in revenue that was recently named to Fortune Magazine’s list of 100 Best Companies to Work For and World’s Most Admired Companies. Kiewit is headquartered in Omaha, NE, with locations in Midtown and Millard.

Kiewit Technology Group’s mission is to “Enable Kiewit to excel by providing the best construction and engineering solutions on Earth”. Kiewit Technology Group enables more than 33,000 employees and external partners across hundreds of job sites throughout the world. Over the past five years, Kiewit Technology Group has experienced tremendous growth to support the unique needs of multiple industry verticals. Key application technologies currently being leveraged include .NET, SAP, SQL Server, Oracle, Teradata, and SharePoint.

Matt Ruwe

Brian Olson