Workshop with Troy Hunt

CPH Conference (DGI-Byen), Tietgensgade 65, 1704 København

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Hack Yourself First

We are proud to host this workshop with Troy Hunt for the first time in Denmark.
"Hack Yourself First" is all about building up defensive skills in software developers. It looks at security from the attacker's perspective and takes them through the steps necessary to exploit vulnerable software on the web so that they can experience hacking first hand.
This two-day workshop is scheduled for October 11+12 and costs DKK 8.500 (DKK 10.625 incl. VAT) to attend.
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Survey: Interested in attending an ASP.NET Core workshop?

Mark Rendle, Azure MVP and Docker Captain, has offered to do a workshop for the CNUG community

Mark Rendle is in Copenhagen at the end of September and has offered to do a 2-day workshop on ASP.NET Core for the CNUG community. Let us know if you would be interested in attending. Fill out the survey and let us know.

Upcoming Meetups

The following meetups are all free to attend. All sessions are meant to inspire and educate developers with an interest in .NET (in any way, shape or form).
If you want to present a topic or have a suggestion for something you would like to learn more about then please contact the organizer team.

Aug 10 18:00
  • (ASP(.NET Core)) MVC

    ASP.NET Core 1.0 is an entirely new Microsoft platform, built on the concepts you probably already know from ASP.NET 4.6, but re-architected for the modern age of Cloud, Open Source and Cross-Platform development. At this CNUG event we will go over everything you need to know covering the new platform all the way from .NET Core to ASP.NET Core MVC. The focus will be on code, and what you need to know about the new architecture and framework - both the good and the bad.

    This session is presented by Christian Holm Diget

  • Break with Food and Drinks

    Courtesy of Pentia

    This meetup consists of two session of around 45 minutes each, and we'll have a break inbetween.

  • Signup

    RSVP through the meetup.com event page

  • Hosted by

    This event is hosted by Pentia, Islands Brygge 55, København

Aug 22 18:00
  • Clean C#: Writing Code for Humans

    Are you sure the code you are writing is clean?

    In this CNUG event you will get inspiration and learn what Cory House thinks it takes to write clean code!

    Anyone can write code a computer can understand, but professional developers write code *humans* can understand. This session discusses best practices for writing code in a style that’s easy to create, maintain and understand. We have a lofty goal: programming style as documentation. We’ll discuss concrete methods to get you there and give you a vocabulary for pragmatically evaluating code quality.

  • Food and Drinks

    Courtesy of NNIT

  • Signup

    RSVP through the meetup.com event page

  • Hosted by

    This event is hosted by NNIT, Østmarken 3A, Søborg

Aug 25 17:50
  • Reactive Extensions and .NET Debugging

    We are happy to have Tamir Dresher visit our usergroup where he will present the following two topics

  • Reactive Extensions (Rx) 101

    Reactive applications are designed to handle asynchronous events in a way that maximizes responsiveness, resiliency, and elasticity. Reactive Extensions (Rx) is a library that abstracts away the sources of events and provides tools to handle them in a reactive way.

    With Rx, filtering events, composing event sources, transforming events, and dealing with errors all become much simpler than with traditional tools and paradigms.

    Reactive Extensions requires a change of mindset: you’ll learn to think about your application as a message hub that knows how to react to messages. After this session, you’ll better understand what Rx is, and you’ll have a starting point from which to effectively use it in your application.

  • Food and Drinks

    Courtesy of Siteimprove

  • .NET Debugging tricks you wish you knew

    Do you know what developers do most of their day (except for surfing the internet)?

    Writing code? WRONG!

    They are debugging. The debugger is a powerful tool, but in this talk you'll learn tricks that will help find bugs in half the time and with less frustration. Because a happy developer is a productive developer.

    I'll show you to use tools that will point to you to right direction and features didn't know that are even there, for both development time debugging and post-mortem production analysis.

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    RSVP through the meetup.com event page

  • Hosted by

    This event is hosted by Siteimprove, Sankt Annæ Plads 28, Copenhagen

The CNUG Team

The Organizer team is a small group of people who spend their spare-time organizing and facilitating meetups.
We are all big fans of .NET and enjoy the community around .NET here in Copenhagen.

Contact us through our meetup.com group - click the Contact button under "Organizers" in the left column

Partners/Sponsors

Our Esteemed Partners/Sponsors for this Usergroup

The sponsors of this group makes it possible to host meetups and get speakers from around the world to come to Denmark.
We are lucky to have such an awesome group of companies who support the .NET Usergroup here in Copenhagen.