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.NET User Group Meetup 2014 + iHub

From last year, NUG has been having meet ups on every last Wednesday of the month at the iHub. The first of this year is on Wednesday, 29th January. Mark that. The main purpose of this meetup is for members to share experiences and provide a friendly and supportive environment for each other, present relevant topics that are of […]

Taking Unit Testing to the Next Level (.NET User Group Meetup 27th November 2013 1800hrs)

In this series of .NET User Groups we are going to talk about improving software quality using Visual Studio 2012.  The tips will not be limited to features and functionality. In addition to looking at new features that Visual Studio 2012 provides, we will also look at things like design techniques, process improvements, time saving […]

.NET Meetup: Application Lifecycle Management and the Tooling Around It | Wednesday July 3rd | 6 – 7:30 pm | iHub

During our last meeting, we discussed Application Lifecycle Management, and the best practices from the blog series around ALM can be found here. This month, in addition to talking about ALM and the tooling around it, we shall open up the session and have the following speakers: Mambo Hannington – Get to speed with business […]

.NET Meetup: Focus on Application Lifecycle Management | Wednesday, 29th May | 6 – 7:30 pm | iHub

This month’s .NET meetup will happen on the 29th of May and will focus on Application Lifecycle Management. Application Lifecycle Management is a way of developing and releasing software in a coherent, integrated way, spanning all development phases, artifact types, roles and business units. ALM describes the coordination of development lifecycle disciplines, including the management […]

.NET Meetup | Wednesday 27th March | 6-7:30 pm | iHub

Every month, the iHub is going to host the Kenya .NET User Group where developers meet to exchange ideas and listen to presentations by local and international industry experts. Why – 3 Great reasons to Attend the .NET User Group 1. Learn 2. Build contacts 3. Socialize Cost Free to attend What people are saying […]

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