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The Atlanta .NET User Group is an independent user group formed by developers for developers. The group is the result of combining the Atlanta ASP.NET and Atlanta VB User Groups.

We are a founding member of INETA.

This User Group was formed for several reasons:

To facilitate the networking of .NET developers in Atlanta

To be a means for .NET developers to promote themselves within the Atlanta developer community

To promote .NET technology in the Atlanta area

To provide an opportunity to share and learn from each others experiences using .NET technology

If you are an Internet or a .NET developer your participation is both welcome and solicited. Come and be a part of this group and watch it grow along with .NET in the Atlanta area! We meet on the last Monday of each month except May and December.

Because we want your participation, if you are interested in giving a tutorial or presentation, or just want to make contact, please email one of the organizers with your topic or idea.

You can also find more info, links, and past meeting info at our sister site (http://www.atldotnet.org/).

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Deep Dive into Microsoft InTune SDK

Microsoft Office at Avalon

Interested in learning about Enterprise Mobile Application Management? Microsoft Intune is a MAM/MDM based solution in Azure that allows enterprises to manage Enterprise wide mobile applications with a flexible SDK. This event will compare InTune to other vendor solutions like Citrix XenMobile. From there the event will do a Xamarin based deep dive into InTune's SDK, how to implement it using a reference application, share gotcha's around Android's class mapper, and discuss Enterprise Authentication models use Azure Active Directory with conditional access using the broker pattern. Our speaker for tonight is Aaron LaBeau. Aaron is a mobile developer enthusiast with a background in iOS Native and Xamarin whom loves all things technology including IoT, AR/VR, and Drones. He has over 24 years of Software Development background and has been using .NET since its inception. Aaron currently is the Tech/Dev Lead for Ernst and Young's (EY) Mobile and Immersive Client Technology group.

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What’s new in Dotnet Core 3.0

Microsoft Office at Avalon