- From Crawling to Stumbling with Windows IoT – Hanen Alkhafaji and Ryan Donahue
- SpecFlow – Keith Bouas
- Semantic UI – Joe Wirtley
June 28, 2017, 6PM: Lightning Talks
This month instead of having one presentation, we will be having several shorter talks from our group members. Topics and speakers include:
IMPORTANT NOTICE: To receive our meeting notice, please join our Meetup Group.
Meetings are generally held at 6:00 PM on the fourth Wednesday of each month hosted by IDCAST/UDRI at 711 East Monument Avenue, Suite 101 in downtown Dayton. There’s plenty of parking at the venue. Upcoming meeting schedules and topics are listed on the Upcoming Meetings page.
PARKING NOTE: The TechTown building we meet in has recently installed a fence around their parking lot. This means you can no longer park in the lot next to the building. You can still park in the lot behind the building, or for a closer walk to the front door, you may want to park on the street in front of or at the side of the building.
Why We’re Here
The mission of the Dayton .NET Developers Group is to help Dayton area software developers, technical leads, and managers keep in touch with the latest in .NET-related technology and industry practices.
Our meetings are free and have by a high-quality presentation lasting 60 – 75 minutes. We sometimes start meetings with a short “GrokTalk”, ten to 15 minutes of focused discussion on one tool, trick, or issue,
Interested in Joining?
Membership in the group is free! Anyone interested in .NET technology can join. All you have to do is join the LinkedIn group. You’ll automatically be added to our membership roster and sent notices about future meetings and special events (as specified by your LinkedIn group membership). Drop us a note if you run in to any problems.
Searching For a Job, or Have One to Advertise?
Join the LinkedIn group to be able to view or submit job listings. If you post a job listing and do not see it on the group, please contact us.
Interested in Sponsoring the Group?
The Dayton .NET Developers Group is completely free to its members. We’re supported through the sponsorship of regional companies interested both in lending a hand to the developer community and also who are interested in getting word out about their companies to those same communities.