SSW’s own Brooke Rooney walks us through the ins and outs of using Microsoft Lync 2013 when integrated with an office VOIP phone system.
Adam Stephensen does a webcam interview with Scott Allen. They discuss using AngularJS to build responsive web applications with two-way data-binding, clear separation of concerns and improved testability.
Jason Stangroome present a User Group on PowerShell v3. He discusses:
- Why developers should care about PowerShell
- What’s changed between version 2 and 3
- C# inside PowerShell
- C# extending PowerShell
- C# hosting PowerShell
We have now been hosting the Sydney .NET User Group for 20 Years! This is what we did to celebrate… You can see the User Group live stream at www.ssw.com.au/ssw/NETUG/live.aspx
We are proud to have Stephen Forte, Chief Strategy Officer at Telerik, present this month’s news at the Sydney .NET Users Group. Steve shares his observations of working in Hong Kong with Telerik on their Startup Excelerator program. There are many interesting statistics about smart phones and app usage. He also talks about Agile and …
TypeScript offers classes, modules, and interfaces to help you build robust components.
In this talk, Chris provides an introduction to the new world of TypeScript and will show how it applies to Windows 8.
Adam Cogan interviews Jamie Cool from Microsoft about the new Visual Studio.
The new Visual Studio is set to release later this year but until then take a look at this fantastic insight into the early Beta version with Jamie, who demos some of the best new – and highly requested – features of VS 2012.
In this interview, we extensively cover:
- The philosophy behind the new design to the new Team Explorer
- The new Team Explorer in VS 2012
- The new Build Hub
- The all new Diff and Merge tools
- Using Local Workspaces
- The new My Work Hub and Code Review features
In this presentation, Steve Smith discusses Common ASP.NET Design Patterns.
Design Patterns provide common templates for solving the same family of problems in a similar way. They also provide a higher-level language for software developers to use to describe approaches they might choose when designing a component of an application. In this session, you’ll learn about several of the most common, and useful, design patterns used by .NET developers today.
Topics of discussion:
- Stages of Learning
- A Tale From the Real World