Meeting 10th June – David Gardiner on Unusual Tips & Tricks for .NET

The next meeting of ADNUG will be held on Wednesday June 10th, 6pm at Marcellina Adelaide, 273 Hindley St, Adelaide.

David Gardiner will highlight 10 (at least) less well known features of .NET.

Features that may not be used by most developers very often. But if you know they’re available, then it’s good to know that they’re sitting in your toolbox, ready for action!

This will be a more in-depth version of the talk given to the ANZ Coders Conference, and time permitting we might even manage to look at some additional tips not covered previously.

Register now at or ACS (listing pending)

Cost: $5 (free for ADNUG members)

6pm – Pizza and networking
6.20pm – Ryan Spears – What’s New
6.35pm – David Gardiner
7.30pm – Close

About David Gardiner

David Gardiner has been creating software for over 20 years and has a passion for continual learning and improving quality. He helps run the Adelaide .NET User Group and works as a Senior Software Developer at RL Solutions on healthcare software. He blogs at and tweets at @DavidRGardiner

Door prizes and giveaways
• Pluralsight 1 month free trial pass
• JetBrains 1 Free Personal License of ReSharper (or another .NET tool)
• MS Press free eBook voucher
• O’Reilly free eBook voucher
• WintellectNOW – we have some swag to give away this month thanks to your participation in their training promotion


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 Meeting 10th June – David Gardiner on Unusual Tips & Tricks for .NET

  1. startrekcafe says:


    What about streaming it via skype or some one recording it, and I can use google hangouts, they seem to be accessible with jaws screen readers or google plus.


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