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New Meetup: Missoula .NET Users Group Meeting

From: Lance F.
Sent on: Monday, December 6, 2010 1:44 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Montana Programmers!

What: Missoula .NET Users Group Meeting

When: Thursday, December 9,[masked]:00 PM

Where: Office
725 SW Higgins
Missoula, MT 59803

Hi Everyone!

Our next meeting will be on Thursday, December 9th, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. It will be at the office located at 725 SW Higgins:

There will be free pizza and beer. Also, I have quite a bit of swag to give away including a Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, some copies of Windows 7 Ultimate, t-shirts, and more.

Tim McCall will be presenting on SpecFlow.

Here is Tim's short bio and his SpecFlow abstract:

Tim's Bio
Tim lives in Missoula, MT and works in a tiny space in a backyard shed beside the warmth of a space heater. He has worked with Microsoft technologies since the good old days of SQL Server 7, VB 6 and ASP. Now he is a big fan of ASP.NET MVC, jQuery, standards compliant HTML and CSS, and any open source tool that helps to facilitate his laziness.

.NET gets Cucumber! What's Cucumber? It's a fantastic plain-language testing framework available for Rubyists. We'll talk basics, how SpecFlow maps your plain language statements to test code, and how, through the power and flexibility of regular expressions, you can craft your own DSL for testing your applications. It is no exaggeration that SpecFlow makes testing fun and straightforward in a way that no other tool does.

I'm looking forward to seeing everyone again, and talking about programming! Let me know if you think you'll make it so I get enough pizza, but don't feel like you have to RSVP to show up.

Lance Fisher

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