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San Diego .NET Developers Group - November 2013

Rock Your Code Using Code Contracts (David McCarter) - This session will introduce developers to the new powerful new feature that is part of the .NET 4.5 framework called Code Contracts. Code Contracts brings the advantages of design-by-contract programming to .NET programming. Contracts are used to improve testing via runtime checking, enable static contract verification, and documentation generation.

Managing Your Technical Career (Kim Smith-Rohlf) -

The tech job market is heating up again and recruiters are calling.  You've got some decisions to make.  Should you stay where you are or should you explore new opportunities? Contract or permanent job? Management or individual contributor role?  The right decision can help take your career to new heights.  The wrong decision can land you in a worst job than you have now.  Bring your toughest interview questions because we are going to do some Q&A on technical interview questions as well as questions covering soft skills and give you some ideas on how to answer them.

Kim Smith-Rohlfs is a San Diego based technical recruiter with 16 years of full life cycle recruiting experience.

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  • Ron D.

    Our team is now talking about using Contracts. Good insights on career planning. Thanks.

    November 6, 2013

  • carrie m.


    November 6, 2013

  • William G.

    I am very excited about code contracts, thanks to the talk. The discussion on handling your technical career was very good as well and has given me much to contemplate about who I am as a developer and where I want to be. Thank you, David and Kim.

    November 6, 2013

  • Meghan M.

    I will be at the .NET user group tonight on behalf of TEKsystems! I currently have 7 OPEN positions in San Diego for .net developers

    * duration ranging from 6mo contract tp contract-to-hire
    * salary range of $60k-110K
    * location ranging from downtown to Sorrento Valley
    * 2 of the positions are open to H1 candidates

    If you are at all interested in hearing about the 7 opportunities, please find me tonight at the beginning of the .net user group AND call me at:[masked] or
    email me: [masked]

    I am looking forward to hearing from you! Once I understand more about your career goals and interests I can help align you with the opportunity that is the best fit for you.

    Thank you,
    Meghan McGuire

    November 5, 2013

  • Jovette E.

    Change of plans. Sorry I cannot make this one!

    October 31, 2013

  • Susana H.

    Hiring for multiple .net opportunities ranging from junior to senior with some awesome local companies! E-mail me for details: [masked]

    October 30, 2013

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