What we're about

This meetup site is shared by software related user groups in Northern Vermont to manage event registration and related online social networking

Vermont.NET (aka VTdotNET.org (http://www.vtdotnet.org)) Microsoft .NET developers meeting monthly for awesome presentations on .NET and other relevant software developer topics. Since 2002. Contact vtdotnet@gmail.com.

Vermont Code Camp An annual one day gathering of local coders with training in a variety of platforms. Started in September 2009. More info at vtcodecamp.org (http://www.vtcodecamp.org).

VTFunc Functional programmers & the curious get together once a month to talk about functional development topics. Even if you are not using a functional programming language, these meetings are sure to inspire!

W3C Chapter Weekly meetup to collaborate on and influence web standards. W3C.org is listening!

BTVWag (also at btvwag.org) Topics focusing on web application development.

BurlingtonJS (also at http://burlingtonjs.org ) Javascript focused topics

GoLang Developers interested in the Go language (golang.org)

Other random events that would appeal to our over 1,400 members

SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY! Want to support our community? The Vermont.NET group is always looking for companies to sponsor the pizza and soda at their monthly meetings. This could range from $80 - $150 depending on the number of people who are attending. Contact us to find out more.

We also love to give away swag at our meetings. Software licenses, geek devices, tech books, t-shirts and more are always greatly appreciated by our attendees!

This meetup site costs about $180/yr. We'd be grateful to have that expense sponsored as well.

The annual code camp is always in need of financial support as well as swag. See vtcodecamp.org for more information.

Thanks! :)

Local developers & businesses: Check out the Job Seekers and Available Jobs threads in the Discussion forums.

Upcoming events (3)

Global Diversity CFP Day

266 Main St

Are you a member of an underrepresented or marginalised group? Have you always wanted to become a tech conference (or meetup) speaker? Let 2019 be the year that you make that dream a reality! Save the date - Saturday 2nd March 2019 at 2PM On Saturday 2nd March 2019 we will host the second edition of Global Diversity CFP Day following the success of the 2018 event where 53 workshops took place! In 2019 there will be numerous workshops hosted around the globe encouraging and advising newbie speakers to put together your very first talk proposal and share your own individual perspective on any subject of interest to people in tech. Each workshop will have experienced speakers on hand to: 1. give you a warm, inclusive welcome in a safe space (check out our Code of Conduct (https://www.globaldiversitycfpday.com/code-of-conduct) which all participants must adhere to) 2. mentor you with your proposal 3. provide speaking advice 4. and share their enthusiasm to get you to the stage! Subject Matter These workshops have no specific language, framework or process as a focus. Even if your talk isn’t even related to tech we want to hear from you too! In short, if there is something that you want to shout to the world we're here to help you get there regardless of the boundaries of technology or communities. Special Note: There are a few sets of stairs that lead into the VCET space. Please contact the host ahead of time if you need special needs access to the space. There is a private elevator in the back of the building but a key is needed to access it and arrangements will need to be made to have a host to get you in. This event will abide by the Global Diversity CFP Day Code of Conduct. You can review it here: https://www.globaldiversitycfpday.com/code-of-conduct

BTV Testers: How to Build a Testing Team in the Second Least Populous State

Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center

How to Build a Testing Team in the Second Least Populous State in America (Yes it can be done) :) Come learn about building remote teams with Kip Steele! Kip is the IT Program Manager for UVM Medical Center. Kip will discuss how finding local testers and testing teams can be challenging to cultivate. Come learn the tips and tricks to developing a testing group, how to hire & cultivate testers, and expand the capabilities of testing groups as your company grows. Whether you're a QA Engineer, a software dev who cares about writing quality code, or someone just getting in to software, come join us for this talk with Kip Steele.

BTVJS: The Evolution of Streams in Node.js

Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center

Speaker: Ian Metcalf Streams are a fundamental part of node js. They provide a powerful and performant way to process large amounts of data. Chances are you've used them and may not have even realized it. The trouble is that most sources of information on the internet are dated and don't provide current best practice. We'll dig into their history and look at how best to use streams now and in the near future. We'll also take some time to discuss the event-stream package and why it was so popular.

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