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TRINUG holds weekly meetups. Our Main Meeting is the 2nd Wednesday of every month.

It's a get together for developers of all levels. We usually have an awesome speaker discussing one of the latest technologies, best practices, and anything else of interest to our craft.
Food is provided by our meeting sponsor.

On other Wednesdays we hold special interest groups (SIGs) on topics of interest to .NET developers at various locations around the Triangle. The presenters are usually TRINUG members. Discussions are more in depth and usually take place a smaller venue. Very interactive!

1st Wed - Special Interest Group (SIG)
2nd Wed - Main Meeting
3rd Wed - Special Interest Group (SIG)
4th Wed - Special Interest Group (SIG)

Other TRINUG Resources:
jobs: TRINUG's jobs forum (http://www.meetup.com/TriNUG/messages/boards/forum/6995082)
twitter: @TRINUG

Please review our Code of Conduct (http://www.meetup.com/TRINUG/pages/TRINUG_Code_of_Conduct/) prior to attending.

Upcoming events (3)

Git Introduced - Part 2/2


This meetup is going to be the second of a two-part introductory series on Git. We will pick up where we left off at the end of Part 1. This time we will focus on how to use Git well when working with a team. This is a follow-along session. Attendees need to bring a laptop (Windows), and be prepared to follow-along, typing the same commands seen during the presentation. There will be no PowerPoint slides or other materials. The intention, similar to learning a musical instrument, is to gain muscle memory. We will only be using the command-line; no source control UIs will be shown. This series will be programming-language-agnostic. Although this is a .NET meetup group, the content of these sessions will be not be C#/F#/VB. Instead, we will use simple text files, editable in notepad, and at least one other arbitrary language-agnostic binary file type. The goal is two-fold: To learn the most common/valuable Git commands, and, what practices one can follow to fully harness the enormous power of what is arguably the best version control system available today. Part 1: Installation Setup What is a repository? How does Git compare to other systems like Subversion/TFS? Initial read-only commands What is a staging area? How to add/remove/modify text files Branching Merging Recovering from mistakes made during local development Basic merge conflict resolution Part 2: Remotes Cloning Fetching Pushing Pulling Rebasing Branching strategies for working on (multiple parallel) teams Advanced merge conflict resolution Installation is covered during Part 1, so attendees who are only attending Part 2 will need to come with Git already installed and setup. Installation will not be covered during Part 2. Disclaimer: Git is very powerful, and has a very large amount of commands. The purpose of this two-part series is to learn the smallest amount of commands needed to achieve the most amount of value from Git, in a standard/normal software development environment. As such, advanced scenarios, rarely-needed commands, alternate practices/patterns, etcetera, will not be discussed. The purpose is to end up with a single tried-and-true recipe that will work on the vast majority of software projects.

Southern Fried F#

100 E Davie St

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please sign up through Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/southern-fried-f-tickets-54591291021. This meetup notice is intended to be informative but not the place of record for registration. Southern Fried F# is a free, full-day conference full of talks on the F# language and the F# ecosystem. Come for the F#, stay for the chicken and waffles.

Global Azure Bootcamp

Insight Digital Innovation

We have been running a RTP location of Global Azure Bootcamp ever since it started. This year we decided to get back to the roots of a bootcamp by doing a day-long lab. That's right - all day, boots on the ground, hands on the keyboard. Less Blah Blah Blah. More code. The primary lab will be led by Keith Wood from Insight Digital Innovation and will focus on chatbots. You'll learn how to build chatbots and how to use technologies including Cognitive Services / LUIS (Language Understanding Intelligent Service, Azure Search, Azure Bot Service, Microsoft Bot Framework, QnA Maker, and Bing Search API. You'll get an overview of bots and AI in the morning, followed by lab-style exercises where you'll build your own intelligent bots and supporting services with the help of experts. There are plans for a Machine Learning lab also - stay tuned for that. ******Important****** Since this is hands-on day, you will need to have a laptop with Visual Studio Code installed and a subscription to Azure. Although we can't help you with the laptop, we can help you with an Azure subscription and installing visual studio code if you don't have one.

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Bot Framework Tour

Applied Information Services

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