March .NET User Group Meeting
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 5:45 PM – 8:30 PM
Louisiana Technology Park Room 301, 7117 Florida Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70806 (map)
||Turner Industries has provided a single vendor solution in heavy industrial construction, maintenance, pipe, module and vessel fabrication, equipment, rigging and heavy hauling, and associated specialty services for over 50 years. The company is privately owned by the Turner family, and headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
iPhone Apps in C#
– Seth Valdetero (Sparkhound)
Mobile development has traditionally been having to learn a new language for that platform and new ways of doing the same ‘ole thing. Cross-platform development has been especially burdensome since that means multiple code-bases in different languages that have to be kept in sync. Mono aims to make cross-platform mobile development easier by leveraging your existing .NET skills. You no longer need to spend your time re-learning the wheel and hopefully you can save even more time by sharing the majority of your code across all of the platforms. In this session, we will be looking specifically into the iOS platform and how to get started writing iPhone apps in C# and hopefully Visual Studio.
Seth Valdetero is a Developer at Sparkhound, working on web projects. He has recently started working with MVC and prefers it considerably more than web forms. His most recent endeavors have been learning to do cross-platform mobile development in C#.
Event Tracing for Windows
– Mike Huguet (Microsoft)
Mike Huguet is a Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft focusing on the developer platform, developer tools, SharePoint customizations, and PowerShell. He is an active member of the IT community as a leader of the Baton Rouge .NET User Group, a founding member of the Baton Rouge SQL Saturday and Tech Day event, and an avid speaker at all day conferences and user groups. Mike was chosen as an INETA Community Champion in 2011 and was a member of the Microsoft Patterns and Practices Advisory team for the SharePoint 2010 Guidance. He has a software development background and has been delivering solutions with .NET since Beta 1 and SharePoint since 2006.
5:45 pm – 6:15 pm: General Introduction/Food and Drinks
6:15 pm – 7:30 pm: Presentations
7:30 pm – until: Open forum for questions
Louisiana Technology Park (map)
7117 Florida Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA 70806