• September: Tailwind Essentials for Developers with Kevin Griffin

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    Presented by Kevin Griffin:

    Developers historically have been easily flustered with CSS. And rightfully so: it's a powerful but complicated ruleset that is interpreted differently based on the browser or device you're using.

    We (the industry) continued to complicate things by adopting responsive design. It's terrific in theory, but it's a pain in the butt in practice.

    Bootstrap came to save us from the complexity a long time ago, but it soon became its own complex environment. Not to mention, every Bootstrap site looked identical with no personality.

    Why couldn't CSS be more approachable for non-designer Developers?
    Introducing Tailwind CSS, which is simply "CSS if it were designed by a developer."

    This session will guide you through the language of Tailwind CSS and how any developer can quickly be seen as a fantastic designer within a few minutes.

    Kevin Griffin is an author, teacher, mentor, and consultant focusing in software development. He is also an 13-time Microsoft MVP, specializing in ASP.NET, Microsoft Azure, and web application development. As an independent consultant, Kevin specializes in helping businesses push their technology stacks into the 21st century. You can often find Kevin speaking at conferences and user groups across the country or blogging at https://consultwithgriff.com.

  • October: C# 10 New Language Features

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    Presented by Steve Michelotti:

    Wanting to get up to speed on all the new language features of C# 10.0? This code-focused session will cover all the new features such as global/implicit usings, file scoped namespaces, interpolated string handlers, extended property patterns, readonly record structs, and more. While exploring the new features of C# 10.0, we’ll also refresh on some language features of previous versions of C#, which provide context on how these new features work together. If you’re a C# developer, come learn about the new language tools that you can put in your toolbox!

    Steve Michelotti is a Principal Software Engineer for Microsoft on the Azure Engineering team, focusing on building systems to enable government missions. He is a contributing author for Pluralsight training and a member of ASPInsiders. Before joining Microsoft, he was a 7-time Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET. In addition, Steve is a frequent presenter at developer conferences and user groups around the globe including Microsoft Ignite, MS Tech Summit, VSLive!, and AngularMIX. Steve also hosts the Azure Government Video series on YouTube at: https://aka.ms/AzureGovVideos.

    Before Microsoft, he served as an Architect/Developer for Applied Information Sciences (AIS) where he led numerous projects including a multi-year effort to modernize the business systems of a major insurance carrier. Previously he was the Chief Technologist at e.magination where he consulted with clients including Advertising.com/AOL where he was the Tech Lead for one of the highest volume .NET applications in the world.

  • RVNUG Monthly Meeting

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    We meet on the first Thursday of each month at GE Digital (Downtown - 207 Bullitt Ave). Use Bullitt Ave side entrance. Park either in the gated area or at Elmwood Lot, right before the GE Digital Building, on the right. Street parking is also okay.

  • RVNUG Monthly Meeting

    Needs a location

    We meet on the first Thursday of each month at GE Digital (Downtown - 207 Bullitt Ave). Use Bullitt Ave side entrance. Park either in the gated area or at Elmwood Lot, right before the GE Digital Building, on the right. Street parking is also okay.

  • RVNUG Monthly Meeting

    Needs a location

    We meet on the first Thursday of each month at GE Digital (Downtown - 207 Bullitt Ave). Use Bullitt Ave side entrance. Park either in the gated area or at Elmwood Lot, right before the GE Digital Building, on the right. Street parking is also okay.

  • RVNUG Monthly Meeting

    Needs a location

    We meet on the first Thursday of each month at GE Digital (Downtown - 207 Bullitt Ave). Use Bullitt Ave side entrance. Park either in the gated area or at Elmwood Lot, right before the GE Digital Building, on the right. Street parking is also okay.

  • RVNUG Monthly Meeting

    Needs a location

    We meet on the first Thursday of each month at GE Digital (Downtown - 207 Bullitt Ave). Use Bullitt Ave side entrance. Park either in the gated area or at Elmwood Lot, right before the GE Digital Building, on the right. Street parking is also okay.

  • RVNUG Monthly Meeting

    Needs a location

    We meet on the first Thursday of each month at GE Digital (Downtown - 207 Bullitt Ave). Use Bullitt Ave side entrance. Park either in the gated area or at Elmwood Lot, right before the GE Digital Building, on the right. Street parking is also okay.

  • RVNUG Monthly Meeting

    Needs a location

    We meet on the first Thursday of each month at GE Digital (Downtown - 207 Bullitt Ave). Use Bullitt Ave side entrance. Park either in the gated area or at Elmwood Lot, right before the GE Digital Building, on the right. Street parking is also okay.

  • RVNUG Monthly Meeting

    Needs a location

    We meet on the first Thursday of each month at GE Digital (Downtown - 207 Bullitt Ave). Use Bullitt Ave side entrance. Park either in the gated area or at Elmwood Lot, right before the GE Digital Building, on the right. Street parking is also okay.