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Hi all, Another great event about Soft Skills that will surely enrich your career. Agenda 1. Introduction 2. The visible developer: Why you shouldn't blend in with Heather Downing 3. Knowledge Exchange/Apéro The visible developer: Why you shouldn't blend in Ever wonder how some technical people are recognized and promoted quicker than others with the same skillset? Yes, there is a formula to make it more likely. We will explore the habits of well known developers outside of their coding chops, to identify what additionally allowed them to become a trusted and known voice in their environment. This approach can be a benefit to you, no matter how junior or senior you are. Heather Downing Climbing the technology mountain and halfway up the side. Experience in .NET, mobile applications and more recently voice interface development. Dabbles in iOT & AR/VR. Focusing on coding for humans and choosing the right tool for the job. Heather is a passionate coder and entrepreneur. She has experience working with Fortune 500 companies building enterprise level mobile and .NET applications. She spends her spare time at tech conferences supporting the growth of new developers of all genders, ages and backgrounds. When not coding, Heather spends her time as a competitive equestrian and learning the art of mounted archery. Come and visit the next meeting of the .NET Usergroup Zentralschweiz.
We would like to invite you for a Swiss Community Event organised by all .NET User Groups in Swietzerland and lead by .NET User Group Bern. NOTE: A registration is required! Register at https://www.meetup.com/NET-User-Group-Bern/events/259332992/ Abstract .NET went open source (really really open source) a few years back...but what's been made newly possible? How flexible is it? How open is it? How big can it scale and how small can it get? How do we reconcile .NET Core, .NET Framework, and Mono? Where does WebAssembly fit in? What about WinForms and WPF? Cross platform UI? Join Scott Hanselman as we tour the last 10 years and explore the next 10 years of .NET in this demo-filled session. We look forward to your participation!