What we're about

The Tucson .NET User Group is for anyone interested in the latest trends in software development related to .NET -- an Open Source framework which runs on Windows, Linux, and macOS.

• Windows development
The .NET framework helps you create mobile, desktop, and web applications that run on Windows PCs, devices and servers.

• Cross-platform server apps
Develop web sites and services that run on Linux, Windows and macOS with the blazing fast and modular platform provided by .NET Core and ASP.NET Core.

• Mobile apps on any device
Xamarin brings the power and productivity of .NET to iOS and Android, reusing skills and code while getting access to the native APIs and performance.

Our group has been meeting for over 10 years!

We cover development topics about Web, Cloud, Data, Security, DevOps, Tools, Agile, Usability, Performance, Automation, Testing and more.

We are targeted at all experience levels from beginners to experts.

Come join us for lively discussions on interesting topics on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6 pm at CoLab Workspace in Tucson.

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No meetup in January, we'll resume in February

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Hi All, Happy 2019! We don't have a speaker this month and so we'll skip and plan for a meeting next month. If you know of anyone who would like to present a topic in one of the upcoming months please let us know. It would be great to get a number of talks queued up. I'm working on a talk about ASP.NET core authentication and authorization using Azure Active Directory and the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL). The idea is to rely on Azure to manage user accounts to protect your apps and APIs. If interested check out more here. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/reference-v2-libraries. In the mean time some learning resources... Microsoft Connect() December 2018, keynotes, coding sessions, on demand videos https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/connectevent Free learning https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/ Free books - there are more linked from this page https://www.manning.com/books/exploring-dot-net-core .NET related topics https://dotnetfoundation.org/ If you're interested in presenting but don't have time to prepare a presentation consider using or building on these presentations that are here to be reused. https://dotnet-presentations.github.io/ See you next time...

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