What we're about

This group aims to bring together forward-thinking developers of all levels to share best practices and embrace continuous learning. An artisan is a craftsman who creates premium, handmade goods - in the context of software development, an artisan strives to bring the same level of care and quality to their day-to-day work.

We were born out of the ALT.NET movement, but quickly morphed into something more broad, with a much larger focus than .NET. We talk about soft things like career management and team dynamics, and hard technical things like scaling with Erlang, and domain driven design.

You'll have an opportunity to interact with like-minded group members by communicating your thoughts and opinions and presenting things that are important or interesting to you. Plus, free pizza! For more information, see http://indysa.org .

Upcoming events (5)

Using the .NET Compiler API in Real-World Scenarios

Online event

With the Compiler API, .NET developers have the ability to use the wealth of information it provides on their code for inspection and modification. Knowing how to use the Compiler API can, however, may seem like a daunting task. In this session, I'll demonstrate a number of real-world examples that use the Compiler API to provide useful functionality and features via analyzers, refactorings, and .NET Core tools. You'll see how straightforward this API is, and you'll understand how to apply it in your own applications. ------------ Jason Bock is a Developer Advocate at Quicken Loans and a Microsoft MVP (C#). He has 25 years of experience working on a number of business applications using a diverse set of frameworks and languages. He is the author of ".NET Development Using the Compiler API", "Metaprogramming in .NET", and "Applied .NET Attributes". He has written numerous articles on software development issues and has presented at a number of conferences and user groups. He is a leader of the Twin Cities Code Camp (http://www.twincitiescodecamp.com). Jason holds a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University. Visit his web site at http://www.jasonbock.net. ------------ NOTES: The Zoom link will be posted sometime on the day of the event. You have to RSVP to see the link.

IndySA

Online event

------------ NOTES: The Zoom link will be posted sometime on the day of the event. You have to RSVP to see the link.

IndySA

SEP Product Design Studio

------------ As always, we'll start with pizza and socializing (Social Pizza™) at 5:30pm and some short intro stuff around 6. Location Details: The SEP Product Design Studio is on the north edge of a building on Rangeline Road (look for the orange awnings). We ask that you please not use the street parking in front of the building out of respect for the businesses next door.

IndySA

SEP Product Design Studio

------------ As always, we'll start with pizza and socializing (Social Pizza™) at 5:30pm and some short intro stuff around 6. Location Details: The SEP Product Design Studio is on the north edge of a building on Rangeline Road (look for the orange awnings). We ask that you please not use the street parking in front of the building out of respect for the businesses next door.

Past events (135)

Functional-Flavored JavaScript

Online event

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