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Welcome to the Central Penn .NET Users Group...

Our meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month, January through November (note: November meeting is a week early if Thanksgiving is early.)
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
3rd Floor, 470 Friendship Road, Harrisburg, PA (up the hill from Bass Pro and the Harrisburg Mall)
To register: http://www.meetup.com/Central-Penn-Dot-Net-User-Group ~ Sponsored by TekSystems
For further information, please contact Lance Wulfers at lance.wulfers@gmiail.com. If you cannot attend a meeting that you registered for, please cancel in Meetup before 3:30 on the day of the meeting. We use Meetup to determine how much pizza we need, and an accurate count helps us with our cost. However, if you decide to come at the last minute and don't have time to register, be sure to come. We always order extra.

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April 15, 2014

Getting most out of TFS2013

TFS is a powerful tool for many things including Work Item Tracking, Source Control and more. But what can you do when the standard templates just don't fit your needs? Every team is different. Did you know that it is actually pretty easy to customize many parts of TFS to fit your team’s process? I've recently upgraded an entire IT department’s source control and work item tracking from TFS 2008 to TFS 2013. During the process I customized many facets of TFS. In this talk, I'll share what I learned along the way. When we are done, you'll be set to start getting the most from TFS.

Speaker: Andy Schwam

Andy Schwam is a Microsoft C# MVP, ASPInsider and a Technical Architect at Global Indemnity where he builds web applications with ASP.Net MVC and of course, C#. For several years he’s been designing and delivering testable systems with patterns like Dependency Injection, Single Responsibility and more. He has delivered many web based, data driven applications throughout his professional career. Andy is an experienced speaker and trainer and has spoken at a variety of user groups and events, presenting a variety of topics. Andy is a Board Member and Presenter at philly.NET. He has been creating software applications since 1999.


Opportunity for local businesses and recruiters: Sponsor a user group meeting

In return for sponsoring the pizza and soda, we invite you to spend a few minutes during our break introducing us to your company. The demand for developers is increasing, and what better place to find good people or spread the word about your company than at a technical user group meeting? Please contact us at jcalla@pnat.com or lance.wulfers@gmail.com.


Looking for a new position? New to the area? Check our Forum for the latest postings.

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One way to keep up with technology is through podcasts. Here are some sites we have found helpful. (Thanks, Lance!) Let us know if you have others and we will add them:

www.deepfriedbytes.com - Tech with a southern BBQ twist
www.communitymegaphonepodcast.com - North East Developer Evangelist Podcast
www.developersmackdown.com - All things developer….
www.hanselminutes.com - Scott Hanselman – Great technologist
www.herdingcode.com - All things code
www.dotnetrocks.com - technologies of interest to .Net developers…
www.runasradio.com - For those Infrastructure and hardware listeners…
www.thetabletshow.com - All things tablet…. With a .Net twist….
www.maximumpc.com/articles/no_bs_podcast - A no holds barred technology podcast…

Lance also uses the “Juice” RSS Aggregator to collect all the new podcasts into a set of folders.


O'REILLY Webcasts

  • Mobile First
  • Sync & Swim with CouchDB for Mac & iOS
  • Create Better PowerPoint 2010 Presentations More Easily
  • Conducting a Technical Interview
  • Practical and Pragmatic Application of PMI Standards
  • plus ... many other selections in their video archive

The Central Pennsylvania .NET Users Group is a voluntary association of information technology professionals and enthusiasts who meet monthly with regionally and nationally known speakers to share information, ideas, and experience using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and related technologies.

Central Penn .NET Users Group meets the third Tuesday of the month from January through November in Harrisburg, PA. Register for meetings at meetup.com. For more information contact Lance Wulfers at lance.wulfers@hp.com and he will have one of our Board members or committee chairmen contact you. Welcome to our group!


      

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We prefer that you register via Meetup (see the top of this page). However, if that is not possible, click on Calendar in the menu bar, and then click on the link for the event in the calendar. Click on the "Enroll for this Event?" in the event detail view.

Note: You must be logged in to our website to register. If you get a message that you have been registered but not approved, please disregard.

If you will be attending for the first time, we begin our meetings at 5:30 p.m. We break for pizza at 6:00 for about 20 minutes. We finish the meeting at 7:30 and usually conclude with a drawing. We suggest a $3.00 donation for the pizza.

We are always looking for speakers. If you are interested, please contact us at lance.wulfers@hp.com.


      

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