Oct UG Meeting on Design Principles and Practices

We are excited to announce October User Group Meeting for developers’ community in Karachi.

Come join us on 29th October to discuss design principles and practices.

Based on the feedback from community we received , we have initiated series of session on Software Design Principles, Practices and Patterns.

Agenda:

Refactoring to SOLID Code [50-60 minutes]

In this session, Adil will discuss about bad design, better design and SOLID Principles. He would also demonstrate how we can refactor our existing code to make them better using Visual Studio 2010 IDE.

Break [10-15 minutes]

Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) [50-60 minutes]

In this session Zubair will discuss “Aspect Oriented Programming” paradigm and how PostSharp helps developer to implement AOP in .NET.

Date, Time & Location:

29th October, 2011 – 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM – Microsoft Innovation Center, Karachi

Target Audience:

  • Experience of Object Oriented Programming Language such as C++, Java, C#
  • Entry to Mid-level Professionals

Registration:

Register for October UG Meeting on Design Principles and Practices in Karachi, Pakistan  on Eventbrite

Give Away(s) (via lucky draw)

Speakers:

Adil MughalAdil Mughal is software engineer by passion and profession currently working as Team lead/Architect at Telenor Pakistan. He is Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) for Web.

Besides, day to day job, he is active in offline and online technical community and often participates as speaker in different events. He has been thrice awarded as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Microsoft Corporation. He is leading International .NET Association (INETA) user groups, “Emerging .NET Devs” and “DevNext”. He is also author of articles at CodeProject.com. He frequently does blogging at http://www.AdilMughal.com

Zubair AhmedZubair Ahmed is a experienced software developer, he currently works for @OmniaConnect in Dubai, his main area of interest include Software Architecture and improving code quality. He keeps an eye on latest tools and frameworks for building better software solutions, he is also an active participant in technology groups. He shares his technical experience on zubairahmed.net, follow him on http://twitter.com/zubairdotnet

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Preferred for User Group Meetings/Events

Dear Group Members,

For you convenience, we would like to adjust timings for our future events. Please provide your input, so that it matches your feasibility to attend the event.

Please take out few moments to vote on poll here

Registration closed for Oct UG Meeting on LINQ

We have closed registration process for the Oct UG Meeting on LINQ. We are still receiving requests for registration however due to limitation of seating arrangment, we are not entertaining further requests.
The process of registration was automated and If the registration form displays confirmation status after submitting registration form then you don’t need to wait for confirmation email. However, all the registered participants will also probably get email reminder by tomorrow.

We look forward to see you in next UG meeting. Please join Emerging .NET Devs -Facebook Page or Yahoo Group to get updates about events in future.

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Dedicated to all the supporters and volunteers of Emerging .NET Devs User Group.

Training Postponed!

The two days training of C# at IBA on 14th and 16th March, 2009 has been postponed due to some reason from IBA. The next schedule will be announced later.

Adil Mughal

Visual Studio 2010 CTP

Greetings!

Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 Community Technology Preview (CTP) is available to download after PDC 2008. Microsoft is currently providing Virtual Machine(VM) hard disk to be run on Microsoft Virtual PC SP1. The first look of VS 2010 shows you a new good looking start page built on WPF, which can be customized as well 🙂

vs2010StartPage

There are plenty of features coming in C# 4.0 which we will discuss in the coming posts. For now, If you are interested in getting first look of the upcoming technology you can download it from Visual Studio 2010 CTP Feedback Home. The download size is very large, around 7 GB, make sure you use some download utility for that. There are plenty of tips and suggestions are posted for downloading and using CTP but here I will recommend you to visit following links before using CTP:

http://tinyurl.com/GetCTP
http://tinyurl.com/VSFeedback
http://tinyurl.com/CTPActivation

Also there is also a video available on Channel 9 which will help you in working with the Visual Studio 2010 CTP.