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Gwinnett, Georgia, Microsoft User Group

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June Meeting on 6/9/2011

6/6/2011 jeffa

 

Using jQuery Mobile with ASP.NET MVC

Pete Mourfield

In this session we're going to take a look at how we can start using jQuery Mobile to deliver mobile device friendly view using ASP.NET MVC. We're also going to take a look at how we can leverage existing ViewModels to provide a rich user experience on the mobile device. Finally, we're going to take a look at how we can extend the ASP.NET MVC ViewEngine to easily integrate mobile views into an existing ASP.NET MVC site.

Peter Mourfield has been developing software for nearly 20 years and currently works for a financial services company that specializes in tax software. He leads the Augusta Developers Guild, a community of software developers in Augusta, GA.

We'll be meeting in our regular room at Gwinnett Tech. Building 100, room 401 at 6:30 PM

Code Camp On June 25

Sign up now to speak or attend at http://www.atlantacodecamp.org.

It will be held at Southern Polytechnic in Marietta and is free, so sign up now.

Ritesh Kothari Speaking And Live Broadcast: UPDATED

4/21/2011 jeffa

NOTE: Due to scheduled server maintenance the talk will NOT be broadcast. Sorry.

GGMUG member Ritesh Kothari will be speaking at the Microsoft Integration Architects group at 6:30 PM on 4/21/2011.

His topic will be WCF 4.0: Discovery and Routing Services.

For more details check out the event info.

If you can't make it in person you can join in remotely:

URL: https://join.microsoft.com/meet/karlriss/3P917D85

Phone: 678-629-5260

Passcode: 66170300

Ritesh has spoken at several GGMUG meetings and was a huge help with GiveCamp. I'm sure this will be a highly informative talk, so plan to attend either in person or remotely.

Upcoming Meetings April, May And June 2011

4/2/2011 jeffa

April 14, 2011

Beginning Web Development 101

Anupam Chakravarty and Jeff Ammons

Where do I begin? How do I get data in and out of the database? Should I use WebForms or MVC? Which end is up?!!

We all start somewhere, but we never get anywhere if we don't take that first step.

Pom and Jeff will show how to get started and develop a very simple website that acceesses a database in both WebForms and MVC. Pom will show WebForms and Jeff will show MVC.

This night will be geared towards beginners, but if you have only worked with one of these stacks, you might still be a beginner with the other.

We'll also take a look at our newest sponsor: SafariBooks.

May 12, 2011

Application Development with the Kinect and WPF

James Ashley

The Kinect has become more than a mere game extension.  It is an interesting new way to manipulate business and interactive applications.  This presentation will get you started building applications for the Kinect using Visual Studio. We will be using C# for the code examples.  We will also examine some of the challenges involved in developing applications for the Kinect and cover the rapid changes occuring in this exciting new branch of UX programming.

James Ashley is a Presentation Layer Architect for the Razorfish Emerging Experiences Team, based in Atlanta, Georgia. James runs the Silverlight Atlanta User Group with Corey Schuman. He is also the lead organizer of ReMIX Atlanta. He specializes in WP7, Surface v2, Kiosk and Tablet programming with WPF and Silverlight.James Ashley is a Presentation Layer Architect for the Razorfish Emerging Experiences Team, based in Atlanta, Georgia. James runs the Silverlight Atlanta User Group with Corey Schuman. He is also the lead organizer of ReMIX Atlanta. He specializes in WP7, Surface v2, Kiosk and Tablet programming with WPF and Silverlight.

June 9, 2011

Using jQuery Mobile with ASP.NET MVC

Pete Mourfield

In this session we're going to take a look at how we can start using jQuery Mobile to deliver mobile device friendly view using ASP.NET MVC. We're also going to take a look at how we can leverage existing ViewModels to provide a rich user experience on the mobile device. Finally, we're going to take a look at how we can extend the ASP.NET MVC ViewEngine to easily integrate mobile views into an existing ASP.NET MVC site.

Peter Mourfield has been developing software for nearly 20 years and currently works for a financial services company that specializes in tax software. He leads the Augusta Developers Guild, a community of software developers in Augusta, GA.