For the November meeting in Aarhus .NET Usergroup we're changing gears a little bit in that we're focusing on the inexperienced developer who wants to know how to go about creating .NET applications in a correct and maintainable fashion. At the meeting you'll see how to implement a blog engine in ASP.NET using various out of box capabilities of the platform.
We've been playing around with the time for the meeting but have finally settled on 18:00. We might entertain the idea of starting even earlier but for now it's 18:00.
Please note that there are two Scanvaegts in Aarhus; the Scanvaegt you need to go to is the one called Scanvaegt International and NOT Scanvaegt Nordic.
The meeting will be held:
As always we'll update you on the stuff that's going on with the usergroup. This time around we'll focus on our Geek Christmas Dinner and the Code Camp specifically.
A taste of implementing an n-tier blog engine application in ASP.NET. The presentation will act as a brief introduction to the contents of the Code Camp coming in March 2008. Brian will during the presentation build a simple ASP.NET application from ground up utilizing the capabilities found in ASP.NET 2.0 with focus on good object oriented principles and architectural ideas should as the n-tier model.
In his whirlwind tour of ASP.NET and friends he'll dive into the various tools needed to get the job done such as Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server Express 2005, ASP.NET Master pages, ASP.NET Themes.
For specific topics and questions you'd like covered you can get in touch with Brian and he'll try and work it into his presentation.
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As always we'll take some time to get some information from our gratious hosts: This time around Henrik Kristensen will tell us about Scanvaegt as a company and some of the challenges they're facing in the everyday life. Henrik is the cheif architect at Scanvaegt International so expect some good technical content from him :)
We'll close the evening off with open forum where you get to ask your questions or pose topics for discussion. Got something on your mind that you'd like us to discuss please bring it up. You're sure to get an opinion on the matter.
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