Adelaide Dot Net Users Group (ADNUG) WEDNESDAY 13th May Meeting

Meeting 13th May – David Rogers introduces Git version control
The next meeting of ADNUG will be held on Wednesday May 13th, 6pm at Marcellina Adelaide, 273 Hindley St, Adelaide.

Introducing Git with David Rogers

•How to get started using Git for version control.
•Contrast how Git being a ‘distributed’ version control system is different to ‘centralised’ systems like TFVC and Subversion.
•Demonstrate how to use Git from the command-line as well as from within Visual Studio

Register now at http://www.meetup.com/Adelaide-dotNET/events/221805778/ or ACS https://www.acs.org.au/branches/south-australia/events/upcoming-events

Cost: $5 (free for members)

6pm – Pizza and networking
6.20pm – Welcome and What’s New
6.35pm – David Rogers
~7.30pm – Close?

With the all the news from the Build and Ignite conferences, there’s sure to be lots to discuss, so don’t be surprised if we go a bit longer this month!

About David
After working with Fujitsu for several years developing and maintaining .NET applications, David struck out on his own as a contractor and is currently working on a Web Project for his first and only client – a small American company that runs BankWebinars.com.

Door prizes
•Pluralsight 1 month free trial pass*
•JetBrains 1 Free Personal License of ReSharper Ultimate (or another .NET tool)
•MS Press free eBook voucher
•O’Reilly free eBook voucher

Reminder about ANZ Coders Conference

A free virtual conference held in the evenings 25-29th May
Registration and session voting now open!
http://www.anzcoders.com/

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About ADNUG Adelaide

A group for software developers in Microsoft Dot Net development technologies for the web and windows
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One Response to Adelaide Dot Net Users Group (ADNUG) WEDNESDAY 13th May Meeting

  1. startrekcafe says:

    Hi.

    What about recording these meetings.

    As not able to come, as totally blind and not very confident on my own with public transport.

    Could you re ord these.

    Thanks.

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