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In its 6th year, The Biggest Developer Conference in the Philippines, DevCon Summit is set on November 5-6. It will have over 1,500 developers from all over the Philippines, DevCon Summit will take place at SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.
With the theme #DevFutureForward, this two-day event hopes to explore future forward technologies highlighting Virtual Reality, Internet of Things, and cutting-edge development tools today.
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The Auckland .NET user group is a bi-monthly meetup of around 60-100 different members each month. Topics discussed included e topics include any part of the .NET framework, web technology or Windows apps.
Aspose loves getting behind developers in the community which is why we are sponsoring the Auckland .NET user group. Aspose will be supplying the food and drinks for this event. We recommend if you are in in the neighbourhood to go check them out.
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The Queensland ALM Users Group (QALMUG) is a non-profit association of people in Australia who are interested in Application Lifecycle Management, Microsoft Visual Studio and its associated products, technologies and practices. They aim to gather once a month and will usually have a top notch speaker which may include international speakers, INETA speakers, or even local talent, of which there is an incredible amount. They have a chance to socialize over a free breakfast and drinks provided by our sponsors … Continue Reading
Jonathan Giles is a software engineer hailing from Palmerston North in New Zealand. Jonathan runs his own blog documenting various Java technologies and sharing the latest news. Jonathan is the tech lead at Oracle in the JavaFX UI controls team, and is also a Java evangelist so you may have seen him active in the Java community and at events.
Aspose loves getting behind developers in the community which is why we are sponsoring Jonathan’s website. We recommend you go … Continue Reading
The Phrygia Lab (dokyun.pe.kr) is run by popular Microsoft MVP and blogger Kim Do-Kyun. Kim writes about software and programming tools and helps the Korean developer community stay up to date. Kim is active in the .NET community and often holds talks at various user groups and events.
Aspose loves getting behind developers in the community which is why we are sponsoring Kim and his website. We recommend you go take a look at the latest he has to offer.
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Daedtech.com is home to Erik Dietrich who is a popular developer, writer and pretty much everything else in between! Erik has written a lot of software over the years, having walked the standard advancement track for a software developer from “Software Engineer” on up to “CIO.” After that, he went into business for himself full time, remaining in and around the business of software development. Erik has written a lot of different kinds of software across a lot of … Continue Reading
The Microsoft Industry Summit demonstrates how Microsoft and partners are committed accompanying customer’s digital transformation journey through the power of innovation technology. The event will be attended by 200+ quality audiences from senior IT Leaders and Business Decision Makers from across industries such as FSI, Manufacture & retail, and Education.
They have designed this event not to only focus on the presentation session but also focus to the partner’s showcasing booth. The event gives Microsoft Solution and ISV partners the opportunity … Continue Reading
.NET Conf UY v2016 is a three-day event in Montevideo, Uruguay on cutting-edge Microsoft technologies with top international experts. Topics include Microsoft HoloLens, .NET Core, DevOps, Docker, Universal Apps, Windows 10, Internet of Things, Xamarin, Sharepoint, Office 365, SQL Server and Visual Studio. This event is a unique opportunity in to learn, share, network and fun!
What’s in Store?
- Three Day Event
- 30+ Industry-leading Speakers
- Only $20 USD
When and Where?
- Thursday, September 29th – Saturday, October 1st at the
Codebetter.com is a community made up of over 40 individuals who have day jobs as software developers focused on using Microsoft technologies, particularly .NET based languages that contritbute news and other information for other developers to follow with.
The website was formed in 2005 by bloggers Brendan and Darrell who saw a need for a focused, technical blogging community that would be a good place to learn and share their experiences with the community.
CodeBetter is a good dependable … Continue Reading