Shropshire Devs is a free-to-attend user group which is made possible by our great sponsors Proto Labs as well as our community organisers.
Speakers from both the industry and community are chosen to present on topics requested by you, our attendees. These are usually focused on web development topics.
Free pizza is provided by our sponsors for all events, because what would a developers user group be without pizza?
I don't know about you, but I'm a lazy developer. What do I mean by lazy? I don't mean I don't want to do my work - far from it - I mean that I hate to write out a great deal of code to get the job done. I want to accomplish my goals with as little effort as possible.
In this talk, I'll demonstrate a way of working that avoids all this unnecessary work, and gives you more time to do something more productive.
We've all experienced that moment when your boss/customer calls you and says;
"This is just a small change, I can't imagine it would take more than half an hour or so"
And your heart sinks, because you know what these "small" tweaks actually entail. You have to find the code, which means navigating all the "layers" of your application. If you're lucky, you can locate the relevant ASP.NET controller, but you know that's only the start.
It doesn't have to be this way!
Our world is becoming ever more data driven, we’re collecting data from more sources than ever and whilst data tools are becoming more sophisticated, working with and deriving insightful meaning from our data is still the greatest challenge of all.
During this talk we’ll look at how we can bridge that gap and help communicate meaning and intention in the data we track, whilst still maintaining the flexibility to evolve your data structures as your business needs change. We'll also dive into what standards and open source technologies we can utilise to help us roll this out across an organisation.
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|Thu 27 Nov||Mark Rendle How I Manage Zudio In (Nearly) Every Azure Data Centre On The Planet|
|Wed 22 Oct||Ian Cooper Explores Hexagonal Architecture|
|Thu 25th Sept||Kevin Jones An Evening Of Angular JS|
|Thu 15 May||Ian Robinson Let Me Graph That For You - An Introduction to Graph Databases|
|Thu April 10||Fran Hoey Website Security - from a web developer to a web developer|
|Thu 13 March||Liam Westley Talks Event Store|
|Thu 16 Jan||TDD Code Dojo|
|Thu 12th Dec||Mathew McLoughlin ASP.NET, you're doing it wrong. An Introduction to Nancy|
|Tue 12th Nov||The Salopian Adventures of Liam Westley and Async C# 5.0|
|Thu 10th Oct||Home Grown Night|
|Thu 5th Sept||Matthew Revell I have a NoSQL toaster. Why would I want a NoSQL database too?|
|Tue 13th Aug||Ian Russell An Introduction to Functional Programming with F#|
|Wed 10th July||Guy Smith-Ferrier Globalisation: Know Your Enemy|
|Wed June 26th||Ian Cooper Event Driven Architecture|
|Wed May 8th||Kevin Jones Building interactive clients with knockout.js|
|Wed 17 April||Johnno Nolan Legacy Code: Rehab|
|Thur 21 March||Mark Rendle On TypeScript|
|Wed 27 Feb||Matt Lacey Talks WP8|
|Wed 23rd Jan||Phil Winstanley Cyber Warfare|
|Wed 5th Dec||Shropshire Code Dojo|
|Wed 7th Nov||Chris Alcock Web Sockets and SignalR|
|Thur 18th Oct||Steve Morgan Tentative Steps in Windows 8 UI-Style Apps with Windows Azure and the WebApi|
|Thur 13th Sept||Richard Costall 5 Months in MVC|
|Wed 8th August||Jimmy Skowronski Jimmy Talks OAuth|
|26 July 2012||Andrew Westgarth IIS 8.0 Platform For The Future|
|21 June 2012||Neil Barnwell CQRS and Event Sourcing...How Can I Actually Do It?|
|25 April 2012||Dave Ballantyne Whats New In SQL 2012 TSQL|
|23 May 2012||Harvey Kandola ASP.NET MVC4 - Under the hood with a .NET ISV|
|Wed 9 May||Recruiting Developers|
|21 March 2012||Guy Smith-Ferrier Internationalizing ASP.NET MVC|
|23 February 2012||Jimmy Skowronski - Talks Powershell For Developers|
|25 Jan 2012||Mark Rendle Talks Simple.Data|