Fellow .Net Users,
I have to say that last month's talk was one of the best I've heard. If you weren't able to attend, you can find the video from the presentation on our homepage. So what's the best way to follow-up and awesome talk? Have another one of course! This month's meeting has an equally compelling topic and presenter so you don't want to miss out. Our next .Net User's Group meeting will take place on Thursday July 30th, starting at 6:00 PM. Food and drink will be served free of charge by our host and sponsor starting 15-20 minutes before the meeting.
407 S 27th Ave
Parking is available on either side of 27th Ave South of Harney, along the North or South side of Harney or in the Parking lot at the rear of the building. The parking lot East of the building has a large sign that says you'll be towed unless you have a permit, but this doesn't apply for our meeting attendees.
Enter on the West side of the building at the main entrance on 27th Ave and go to the 2nd floor, the door will be propped open for easy access to the assembly room.
Building with Visual Studio Online
With Team Foundation Server 2015 and Visual Studio Online, Microsoft has made available a brand new cross-platform build technology. This new build technology promises to be simpler to implement and maintain than Microsoft's previous attempts at automating builds. Rather than dealing with complex XML and/or XAML you simply "compose" build definitions by dragging-and-dropping the build activities you need for your specific implementation. The build agents are also must easier to scale and keep up to date than previous build agents. You can even build your Android and iOS apps with it! If you are ready to move away from the complexity of XAML-based build definitions (who isn't?!) then you will definitely want to attend this talk.
Jeff is Director of Enterprise Architecture with Farm Credit Services of America. He has over 20 years of software development experience and strives to follow the mantra of start simple and work your way up from there. He has been working with .NET technologies since the early pre-release days and taught C# at a local university for several years. Having focused on Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server, Jeff co-leads the Omaha ALM User Group and has presented at multiple user groups and conferences as well as co-authored the book Extending Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Online. Jeff is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and, as time permits, answers Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server questions in the MSDN forums and makes every attempt to post useful information on his blog at http://blog.devmatter.com/. You can follow him on twitter at twitter.com/jbramwell.
TEAM is a leading provider of software solutions and associated services for the building service and security industries. Based in Omaha, NE, TEAM offers a host of fully integrated solutions from operations, financial and workforce management to employee and customer self-service to time and attendance products designed to help customers profit from efficiency. TEAM also offers a wide variety of additional services, including application hosting, consulting services and custom programming.
At TEAM we recognize that technology is always evolving and so is our need for strong technical talent. It is our goal to continuously attract the right talent for our current and future career opportunities. We are continually in search of the brightest, most talented individuals in the technical community to join our growing organization. Check us out at www.teamsoftware.com!
.Net UG Co-Leader
.Net UG Co-Leader