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  1. Orlando Code Camp 2014

    March 22, 2014

    It seems like we just got done with last year’s event and we are ready for another awesome edition of Orlando Code Camp on March 22nd at Seminole State College.  This will be our 9th Code Camp and the entire @ONETUG team is really excited about it. The site from last year has been updated with 82 sessions divided into 12 tracks and presented by 71 speakers. This year we are reaching out community and inviting other user groups outside of Microsoft technologies to showcase their gems. We’ll have a little bit of everything: iOS, JavaScript, AngularJS, MVC, Visual Studio ALM, Windows Phone, Agile, HTML5, SQL Server, SharePoint, DNN, and much more! We encourage you to go to www.OrlandoCodeCamp.com and build your agenda. We are also looking for volunteers to help us out on the day of the Code Camp. If you are interested, please send an email to community@onetug.org

    Sign up to attend or volunteer, just don’t miss it!
    Street: 100 Weldon Blvd
    City: Sanford
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
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  2. Run a bullet-proof live blog on Azure for $20

    February 20, 2014

    Run a bullet-proof live blog on Azure for $20 with Jeff Putz

    One of the great promises of the cloud is the ability to scale up and out whenever you need it. The infrastructure required to accommodate even a simple but robust scaleable system used to require racks of equipment and a huge budget. Now you can use a combination of technologies in Windows Azure and the .NET stack to quickly build, deploy and throw-away an entire system for about twenty bucks. In this talk, you'll learn about the products in Azure that you can use to compose a system for the "live blog" scenario, where you could get crushing traffic to an app that updates content in real time from a live event. You don't need a rack of computers, or a ton of code.

    Presenter: Jeff Putz has been working in software for more than 15 years. His experience ranges from awesome dot-com flame-outs like Insurance.com, to pure technology companies like Microsoft, where he worked on massive scale apps in MSDN and TechNet. In his spare time, he maintains the open source MVC forum app POP Forums (hosted on CodePlex), and a news portal and community for roller coaster nerds called CoasterBuzz.com. He's currently working as a software architect at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.

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    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  3. SOLID Design Patterns for Mere Mortals

    November 19, 2013

    SOLID Design Patterns for Mere Mortals with Philip Japikse

    Software design patterns have been around long before the MVC Framework gained momentum. In this session we will start with a review of Robert C. Martin's (Uncle Bob) SOLID macronym. After building the proper foundation, I will show you several design patterns, their C# implementation, and when and how they should be used in modern software development.

    Presenter: Philip Japikse is an international speaker, Microsoft MVP, MCSD, CSM, and CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community. He has been working with .Net since the first betas, developing software for over 20 years, and heavily involved in the agile community since 2005. Phil works as the Evangelism Lead for Telerik's DevTools Division, working with the RadControls for Windows 8 as well as the Just family of products (JustCode, JustMock, JustTrace, and JustDecompile), and serves as the Lead Director for the Cincinnati .Net User’s Group and the Cincinnati Software Architect Group, co-hosts the Hallway Conversations podcast (www.hallwayconversations.com), and founded Agile Conferences, Inc., a non-profit dedicated to advancing agile in all aspects of software development. Phil also serves as Cub Scout Committee Chair for his sons’ Cub Scout Pack, volunteers for the National Ski Patrol, and is a recently retired Firefighter/Paramedic. You can follow Phil on twitter via www.twitter.com/skimedic and read his blog at www.skimedic.com/blog.

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    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  4. Quadcopter

    October 17, 2013

    Quadcopter with Kevin Wolf

    BANNED from the Microsoft Office in Tampa, come and see Kevin Wolf’s NiVek Quadcopter. Over the past 1 ½ years, Kevin has been building a quadcopter from scratch to be controlled by a Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 application. What’s really unique about this particular effort is that not only the flight control software running on Windows 8.1 is programmable in .NET, but the actual quadcopter itself can be customized in C# via the .NET Microframeworks.
    In this session we will be covering topics such as: 
    1. What is a quadcopter and how does it fly. 
    2. Overview and history of the Electronics 
    3. Windows 8 Flight Controls 
    4. .NET Microframeworks running on the custom hardware 
    5. Stabilization Algorithm Tuning – PID Controller 

    This is an outdoor model, so we won’t be able to fly it in the room. However I will have my tuning rig to display how the PID Controller works for stabilizing flight.

    Presenter:  Kevin Wolf is a Windows Phone Development MVP out of Palm Harbor, FL. Cross Platform Mobile Developer, Specializing in Windows Phone and Windows 8 Development. Electronics Hacker.

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    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
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  5. Orlando Code Camp 2014 - Call for Speakers

    October 10, 2013

    Mark your calendars for the @ONETUG annual developer event on Saturday, March 22nd at Seminole State College in Sanford.

    We're putting together this year's Orlando Code Camp event and we need you!! Speakers are the life blood of any Code Camp event and ours is no exception, so we're putting out our first "Call For Speakers".

    Head on over to http://OrlandoCodeCamp.com and login or sign up. If you attended or spoke at last year's code camp then your credentials will have carried forward. Once you have logged in, click on the metro tile that says "Speakers". That will bring you to the Speakers page where there will be instructions on submitting a session.

    Deadline for session submittal is January 15th with approvals being sent out by February 1st.

    This year we are looking for talks on the following topics:
    • ASP.NET MVC
    • HTML5
    • Visual Studio
    • ALM
    • Azure/Cloud
    • SQL
    • Architecture
    • DNN
    • SharePoint
    • Windows 8/Metro
    • UI/UX
    • Windows Phone
    • General .NET
    • Agile
    • JavaScript
    • Your other favorite topics
    These topics may vary depending on the submittals we receive but we are trying to stay within this scope.

    Of course, don't forget about the Speaker Party happening the night before on Friday, March 21st. Exact time and venue for this special event are being determined, but we will be sure to keep you all informed.

    Back by popular demand, we are working on hotel arrangements with Orlando Marriott Lake Mary for a special rate of $85/night. The discount link will be up on http://OrlandoCodeCamp.com soon.

    Be sure to talk up the event using all the social networking stacks that are out there. For Twitter use the hashtag #OrlandoCC and follow our @ONETUG account.

    Finally, we would like to say thank you in advance for taking the time to submit and speak at Orlando Code Camp. It is because of you that this event attracts so many.

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    Website: www.orlandocodecamp.com
  6. Nerd Dinner

    October 03, 2013

    Nerd Dinner

    Join us for one of our regular Nerd Dinners. These are events are simply social and have no planned agenda. We typically meet at the Mall at Millenia food court at the base of the ramp that leads to the center lounge area. Grab some food from one of the many vendors in the food court area and enjoy some good conversation and networking.

    Naturally there will be .NET developers there but we welcome developers and IT professionals from all disciplines. The more diversity, the better the conversation. :-)

    REGISTER HERE.
    Street: Millenia Mall
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  7. Versioning Workflows And Services with WF 4.5

    September 19, 2013

    Versioning Workflows And Services with WF 4.5 with Bayer White

    Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) 4.5 adds additional functionality for building robust workflows that are easier to manage. Learn the new tips and tricks around the latest features of WF 4.5, and how they can be applied for building domain specific workflows that provide modeling transparency and transforms the power of flexibility to end-users. What you will learn… General understanding and roles for each of the components within Windows Workflow Foundation and how they work together. The new features released in WF 4.5 and how to take advantage of them within workflow solutions

    Presenter:  Bayer White has been developing enterprise solutions for the past 14 years. Since the first beta of the .Net Framework 3.0, his focus has been mastering Business Process Management (BPM) using Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). He is a Connected Systems, Microsoft MVP and known within the Florida developer community from speaking at Florida Code Camps, blogging and writing articles. He has also spoken at various conferences such as PASS, DevConnections and VSLive, and has been invited to Microsoft’s campus to attend Software Design Reviews (SDR) for future products. His blog can be found athttp://www.humanworkflow.net. His Twitter tag is BayerWhite. Check out his latest book, published in December 2012 by Apress titled, Pro WF 4.5.

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    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  8. Nerd Dinner

    September 04, 2013

    Nerd Dinner

    Join us for one of our regular Nerd Dinners. These are events are simply social and have no planned agenda. We typically meet at the Mall at Millenia food court at the base of the ramp that leads to the center lounge area. Grab some food from one of the many vendors in the food court area and enjoy some good conversation and networking.

    Naturally there will be .NET developers there but we welcome developers and IT professionals from all disciplines. The more diversity, the better the conversation. :-)

    REGISTER HERE.
    Street: Millenia Mall
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  9. What's new in Visual Studio 2013

    August 15, 2013

    What's new in Visual Studio 2013 with Esteban Garcia

    Come learn about the exiting new features available in Visual Studio 2013 such as Method dependencies, Unit Test enhancements, revamped Team Explorer, Coding Indicators.  Together with TFS 2013, you can also see new ALM features like Team Room, Test management Features, Git integration, and Enterprise Agile Planning tools.  Best of all, it's production-ready and available now!

    Presenter:  Esteban Garcia is a software developer with a passion about ALM, TFS, and Scrum. I am a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and ALM Ranger, Telerik Insider, I work as a Solutions Architect and ALM Consultant at AgileThought and I am the president of ONETUG (Orlando .NET User Group). 

    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  10. Nerd Dinner

    August 01, 2013

    Nerd Dinner

    Join us for one of our regular Nerd Dinners. These are events are simply social and have no planned agenda. We typically meet at the Mall at Millenia food court at the base of the ramp that leads to the center lounge area. Grab some food from one of the many vendors in the food court area and enjoy some good conversation and networking.

    Naturally there will be .NET developers there but we welcome developers and IT professionals from all disciplines. The more diversity, the better the conversation. :-)

    REGISTER HERE.
    Street: Millenia Mall
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  11. UX Design Principles with Slobodan Stipic

    July 18, 2013

    UX Design Principles with Slobodan Stipic

    Do you consider yourself more of a developer than a designer? This talk is for you! We will demonstrate fundamental principles of User Interface and Interaction Design that will help you light up your apps.

    This is identical presentation to the UX Design Principles presentation at the code camp. Get the slides and video recording of the UX Design Principles presentation from the code camp at http://bit.ly/orlandocc2013
    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: slobo80@gmail.com
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    Website: www.devatheart.com
  12. Nerd Dinner

    July 11, 2013

    Nerd Dinner

    Join us for one of our regular Nerd Dinners. These are events are simply social and have no planned agenda. We typically meet at the Mall at Millenia food court at the base of the ramp that leads to the center lounge area. Grab some food from one of the many vendors in the food court area and enjoy some good conversation and networking.

    Naturally there will be .NET developers there but we welcome developers and IT professionals from all disciplines. The more diversity, the better the conversation. :-)

    REGISTER HERE.
    Street: Millenia Mall
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  13. ONETUG June 20th Meeting: Open Mic Night!!

    June 20, 2013

    Open Mic NightUpdated 6/25/2013: Added slides and code for SignalR and SQL server talks.


    For June meeting we have a call for any open-mic takers. We did this for a couple of meetings last year and it really came off great. Turns out we have some pretty awesome local speakers!



    • Talk 1: Tyler Garlick - SignalR and some uses for it you might not have thought of. 
    • The code from the talk is available at https://github.com/TylerGarlick/RedRocket.Notifications. For any questions regarding the talk email Tyler at tjgarlick@gmail.com. You can also read his blog at http://www.tylergarlick.com and check out his open source projects at https://github.com/TylerGarlick.
    • Talk 2: Santosh Hari - A quick and (hopefully) fun intro session to SQL Server geospatial, and some hacks/best practices to make life easy when handling SQL Server geospatial data. The link to the zip file containing the slide, SQL Scripts and code samples is here http://is.gd/RYcsgE.
    • Talk 3: Jack Pines - Expanding upon my implementation of the Onion Architecture, I'll show how to utilize the Strategy Pattern to allow run time decisions to affect program flow. Using the Strategy Pattern further allows for the addition of new options without having to add further switch statements or complicated if...then...else cascades. The write up is available at Jack's blog.

    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
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  14. Nerd Dinner

    June 07, 2013

    Nerd Dinner

    Join us for one of our regular Nerd Dinners. These are events are simply social and have no planned agenda. We typically meet at the Mall at Millenia food court at the base of the ramp that leads to the center lounge area. Grab some food from one of the many vendors in the food court area and enjoy some good conversation and networking.

    Naturally there will be .NET developers there but we welcome developers and IT professionals from all disciplines. The more diversity, the better the conversation. :-)

    REGISTER HERE.
    Street: Millenia Mall
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
    Phone:
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  15. Building Windows 8 apps with api-mashed templates

    May 16, 2013

    Building Windows 8 apps with api-mashed templates

    Building an app from scratch is great.  But why not start with some building blocks someone else has laid out, and make them your own?  We’ve got a number of mashable API driven templates that can give you a jumpstart on building a Windows 8 application.  Come explore the templates and how to use and customize them at this technical overview talk.

    Attendees should have some level of comfort with CSharp and XAML for this talk.

    Presenter:  Joe Healy ( @devfish :: http://blogs.mdn.com/devfish ) is the Developer Evangelist for Microsoft in the state of Florida.  Follow his blog to keep up with him on the latest happenings in the area!
    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
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  16. Nerd Dinner

    May 02, 2013

    Nerd Dinner

    Join us for one of our regular Nerd Dinners. These are events are simply social and have no planned agenda. We typically meet at the Mall at Millenia food court at the base of the ramp that leads to the center lounge area. Grab some food from one of the many vendors in the food court area and enjoy some good conversation and networking.

    Naturally there will be .NET developers there but we welcome developers and IT professionals from all disciplines. The more diversity, the better the conversation. :-)

    REGISTER HERE.
    Street: Millenia Mall
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State:
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: slobo80@gmail.com
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  17. Intro to Hadoop with Dave Shine

    April 18, 2013

    Intro to Hadoop with Dave Shine

    Everyone is talking about Big Data these days. Hadoop is one of many technologies designed to solve the problem of Big Data. In this presentation we'll talk about what Hadoop is and what makes it a great platform for analyzing large data sets. We are continuing the series of talks presented by our ONETUG members for our members. A veteran software engineer Dave Shine will introduce the power of Hadoop. Dave is a Software Engineer at Google with over 30 years of experience writing enterprise software, including Java, C#, VB.NET, and C++. He has over 2.5 years experience working with Hadoop, and is a Cloudera Certified Hadoop Developer and a Cloudera Certified Hadoop Administrator.
    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
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  18. Nerd Dinner

    April 02, 2013

    Join us for one of our regular Nerd Dinners. These are events are simply social and have no planned agenda. We typically meet at the Mall at Millenia food court at the base of the ramp that leads to the center lounge area. Grab some food from one of the many vendors in the food court area and enjoy some good conversation and networking.

    Naturally there will be .NET developers there but we welcome developers and IT professionals from all disciplines. The more diversity, the better the conversation. :-)

    REGISTER HERE.
    Street: Millenia Mall
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
    Slobodan Stipic
    Email: community@onetug.org
    Phone:
    Cell:
    Website:
  19. Orlando Code Camp 2013

    March 16, 2013

    It seems like we just got done with last year’s event and we are ready for another awesome edition of Orlando Code Camp on March 16th at Seminole State College.  This will be our 8th Code Camp and the entire @ONETUG team is really excited about it. The site from last year has been updated with 82 sessions divided into 12 tracks and presented by 61 speakers. We’ll have a little bit of everything: MVC, Visual Studio ALM, Windows Phone, Agile, HTML5, SQL Server, SharePoint, DNN, and much more! We encourage you to go to www.OrlandoCodeCamp.com and build your agenda. We are also looking for volunteers to help us out on the day of the Code Camp. If you are interested, please send an email to community@onetug.org

    Sign up to attend or volunteer, just don’t miss it!
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  20. TypeScript: Making .NET Developers Comfortable with JavaScipt with Shayne Boyer

    February 21, 2013

    TypeScript is a language for application-scale JavaScript development. It is a typed superset of  JavaScript that compiles to plain JavaScript. Any browser. Any host. Any OS. Open Source. 

    Shayne Boyer has over 15 years of software development experience primarily working with Microsoft base technologies. He is a Telerik MVP, INETA Speaker, and MCP . Most recently he has focused on Web API, Windows Phone, and other mobile solutions. He currently works as a Sr. Solutions Architect delivering SOA solutions for Disney and in his spare time, he runs the Orlando Windows Phone/Windows 8 User Group. You can always reach him on twitter @spboyer or his blog at tattoocoder.com.

    REGISTER HERE

    FREE PARKING

    Street: 400 S. Orange AVE
    City: Orlando
    Country: USA
    State: Florida
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