What we're about

The Spokane .NET Users Group exists to help facilitate education and knowledge exchange among developers, architects and managers with an interest in Microsoft's .NET technologies. We will do our very best to meet the second Tuesday of every month and will be open to the public. Food and drink will be provided so please let us know if you are coming. We provide a great place for local developers to come together to learn .NET technologies, to network with their peers and to foster a sense of community among developers learning and using the same technologies. Freebie: Have you ever wanted a Senior Developer to validate your code or conduct a code review? A few days prior to the User Group send the code you would like us to review and we will have someone onsite who can go over it with you. If you are interested in becoming a business sponsor of our group or becoming an individual member or Guest Speaker please see our Membership page for more information.

The Spokane .NET Users Group is sponsored by IntelliTect Corp and is a member of the .NET Foundation.

Upcoming events (1)

NEW DATE - Modernizing C# Guidelines

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With the release of C# 10.0 comes a host of coding choices that are non-trivial to resolve. Questions such as when to use a record class rather than just a class, should I ever declare a struct rather than a record struct, what about global using statements vs project elements, or should I ever not use file scoped namespace declarations.

C# 8 .0 & 9.0 include raise similar questions such as when is a protected interface member relevant, how does one declare a non-nullable property without incurring C# warnings (and does C# 11.0 help with this). The recent C# feature additions seems simple at first but there are numerous idiosyncrasies to wrestle with. Don't miss out on this session to understand the internals of modern day C# and how and when to best leverage these features and what C#[masked] provides to improve the language.

This session is part of the .NET Virtual User Group (https://www.meetup.com/dotnet-virtual-user-group) series, where you can join and find more virtual user groups happening around the world.

Watching in-person? Arrive after 5:30 and have some snacks. Let us know you're coming so we have the right amount of food.

Watching online? Join us here - https://youtu.be/rG1uZgO-1CM.

Past events (28)

MSBuild: Beyond Building

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