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Jonathan Peterson and Joe Walling Present at GSP Developers’ Guild Meeting – September 16th

September 16th’s meeting will feature a presentation from Jonathan Peterson called File – > New Project followed by a short presentation by Joe Walling on using data grids in MVC File -> New Project In this talk, I’m going to show you how to take advantage of some built in features of Visual Studio to […]

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Free UX Training Event With DevExpress

FREE UX Training Event with DevExpress DevExpress is excited to announce the DevExpress UI Superhero Roadshow – a free series of live training events coming to: New York, Chicago, Miami, Dallas, and Denver. Featured speakers for this event include DevExpress Chief Scientist, Mark Miller; special guest Billy Hollis, a 30-year Technology industry veteran with a […]

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REST Fest 2014 – September 25th-27th in Greenville, SC

REST Fest is an unconference developed by Mike Amundsen and Benjamin Young. The event is designed to give people interested in REST, Hypermedia APIs, crafting web service APIs, or any related topics a chance to get together in an informal setting to share ideas, trade stories, and show examples of current work. For more information […]

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Dan Thyer to Present at August 19th’s GSP Developers’ Guild Meeting

August 19th’s GSP Developers’ Guild Meeting will feature a presentation from Dan Thyer of Logical Advantage located in Charlotte, NC. Internet of Things Every day there are more and more devices invented that enhance our lives. The Internet of Things, IoT, is upon us in a big way and more objects are becoming embedded with sensors and […]

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July’s GSP Developers’ Guild Meeting Featuring Chris Eargle

The July 15th GSP Developers’ Guild meeting will feature a presentation called “Knockout Your Web App!” by Chris Eargle. Knockout Your Web App! Modern web apps are slick, responsive, and have many advantages over desktop applications. However, many of us are still writing form-based web sites when a single-page application would be a better-suited solution. […]

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Job Opportunity: Remote Web Developer

Job Overview Title: Web Developer Location: Tuscaloosa, AL Required Experience: 3+ years experience ASP.NET 3+ years experience JavaScript Web Developer Job Description Join a recession-proof industry! Our client, a leader in support services for the cleaning industry is expanding their web team and has an immediate need for a Web Application Developer. If you have experience with […]

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Job Opportunity: Programmer at Sabai Technology

Senior Programmer Have you ever been logged into your home router and thought … why is this so dated and limited!? We have a mission – to give everyday users power over their home networks – and we are looking for a programmer that shares that passion. Sabai Technology is an advanced network router company […]

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GSP Developers’ Guild June 17th Meeting

June’s meeting will feature two presentations by Chris Williams and Joe Feser. To start the night off, Chris will be giving a 30 minute presentation on Monogame. With Indie Games getting hotter and more attention from Microsoft, it’s a good time to get in on the action. If you ever played with XNA, you’ll feel […]

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GSD Community Learn and Hackathon: Saturday, May 24th in Atlanta, GA

At the Microsoft //build conference, there was exciting news about Windows, Windows Phone, Windows Server, Windows Azure, Visual Studio, and new technologies like Speech w/Cortana, Native Cross-Platform Mobile w/Xamarin and MORE. The new and updated technologies presented provides developers a path to create and implement Great Ideas, and then differentiate them in the market. We want to share that excitement […]

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StudioShell is the Topic of the 5/20 Meeting

Jim Christopher will present information about StudioShell at the 5/20 meeting. StudioShell’s goal is to fundamentally change the way you interact with Visual Studio and your code. If you’ve ever implemented a Visual Studio extension, such as an add-in or a package, you know how convoluted this space has become. You have to become an expert […]

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