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The Edmonton .NET User Group is a non-profit organization which empowers the IT Professionals and Developers using the Microsoft .NET Framework technologies with great knowledge, skills, resources and opportunities at the events we host. As a member of this community, we value your feedback and support to continuously improve and grow this community. We will try our best to accommodate your needs such as the speakers or topics you like to learn about. We also would like to welcome business leaders in the community to get connected with us and our members to provide business and career opportunities.

Upcoming events (2)

Feb. 26, 2018 - Curtis Badke - Introduction to Cryptography

Idylwylde Branch, Public Library

Please note our location is no longer downtown. Please come join us for this event and RSVP so we can get a head count for attendance and food accommodation. 5:30-6:00pm Food 6:00-8:00pm Curtis Badke Abstract: An introduction to cryptography for developers. What common cryptographic algorithms/techniques are we using as mortal developers and what are they good for? Who if Diffie and why is he always exchanging keys with Hellman? What .NET libraries should you be aware of when its time to get your crypto on? As developers we are constantly interacting with cryptography, especially on the web but I’ve noticed many developers don’t know what many terms and techniques actually mean. My intent is to increase general awareness of common core concepts and hopefully entice some folks to get more curious about crypto. I might even accidentally slip in some best practices. Speaker Bio: Curtis has been working as a .NET consultant for DevFacto Technologies for the past 7 years and over the two years and a half has been building products on the Azure stack. When not frantically trying to keep up with the deluge of new offerings from Azure, Curtis dabbles in security research and swinging golf clubs. As always I encourage the members of the group to send me any specific questions they have so that I can try to address them. Folks are welcome to email me at [masked] or contact me on the DevEdmonton Slack (@cbad) Next Event: We are looking for speakers for the rest of the season. As a community we enjoy our local members to contribute and share their passion and success with others. Please get the word out and if you know someone who would like to present a specific topic, email us at [masked]. Sponsors: We are looking for sponsors. Please contact us if you would like to sponsor us. Current .NET Job Opportunities: Your company can advertise your job postings here. Contact us for job postings sponsorship.

Contact us if you would like to present (info@edmug.net)

Contact us if you would like to present ([masked]) We are looking for speakers. We need your help with planning for the coming months. Please spend a minute in filling out the following survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WZVR8V3 Much appreciated, Edmonton .NET User Group Executive Team

Past events (70)

Jan. 31, 2018 - Michael Chu - Blazor and ML.NET

Idylwylde Branch, Public Library

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