Welcome to the Lincoln .NET Users Group
The Lincoln .NET Users Group was founded in September 2008 by Adam Barney and Ken Versaw. We currently have over 100 members of the group, with anywhere from 30-60 members attending each meeting. Our monthly meetings cover a wide variety of .NET topics suited for beginners and experts alike. We strive to deliver the best speakers from local and national sources while providing a valuable networking environment for our growing developer community. Our sponsors are integral to our success, and we do all we can to make thier partnership with our group a worthwhile one for both the sponsor and our users. If you have any questions about the group, or sponsorship, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Our Next Meeting:
4/29/2015 6:00:00 PM
Location: Assurity Life Insurance Headquarters
In April’s meeting, we will be discussing what Cordova is, how it compares with other mobile development products, what dependencies are needed, how to get started, and what other aspects to consider. If you’ve never seen Apache Cordova (or Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova) then you’ll be in for a real treat. If you have used Cordova, hopefully you’ll find a few new nuggets of information that you can use.
Speaker: Steve Kennedy
I’m primarily a .NET developer with better skills in eating, drinking, getting distracted, and stalking strangers on Facebook. I’m currently working towards an MBA with an emphasis in fantasy football. I’m raising a 19 year old daughter who I taught to be .NET developer – she’s never forgiven me. I’m 50/50 on giving presentations without cursing profusely - my apologies in advance.
I started writing software in 1996 using Turbo Pascal and Delphi. I’m passionate about good software design practices, and have an affinity for simplicity in architecture. Now, I enjoy keeping up with the latest and greatest Microsoft technologies. I believe in giving back to my community, and continuous learning. I enjoy spending time with my family - it’s my number one priority. Lately, I’ve been previewing Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015.