The London .NET user group was etablished in 2002 to provide developers developers working with Microsoft's .NET framework with access to the latest and best information. At our monthly meetings you can hear expert speakers who dig 'under the hood' and keep you informed on best practices and future directions of the Framework.
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Our regular 'Open Mike' nights give members of the community the opportunity to share their expertise and experience. Many of our 'Open Mike' speakers go on to be well-known in the wider community.
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LDNUG November 2017 - Open Mic Night / Show & Tell
For our November meetup, we're going to try something a bit different - an 'open mic night'. So if you're working on some cool stuff in .NET, make sure you some along to this month's LDNUG!.net microsoft software-development
LDNUG September 2017 - #ProgNET Special with Richard Campbell
Are you excited for the return of Progressive .NET? Celebrate with London .NET User Group with this special meetup with Richard Campbell on the History of .NET!.net visual-studio microsoft prognet
The History of .NET
Featuring Richard Campbell
The .NET Framework is more than fifteen years old! Or is it? Join Richard Campbell on a tour of the history of .NET, Visual Studio and the related tools that have been the principal way that developers build software in the Microsoft space!.net microsoft visual-studio prog-dot-net
HTTP: History and Performance
Featuring Ana Balica
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol is one of the most popular protocols nowadays. It’s the language most servers, clients, and even teapots can speak. Learn how and why it became such an ubiquitous part of the web by following the evolution of HTTP.http .net tls http/2
Featuring Ian Cooper
Today's applications need to continuously delivered, as much as hundreds of times a day, and scale from hundreds to hundreds of thousands of users. At the same time these applications need to be safe, with high availability rates. Cloud Native is emerging as a set of best practices to help us...
Clouds, Codes and Cybers with Troy Hunt
Featuring Troy Hunt
Ah, the cloud! There’s no faster way to back your data up so that anybody can make a globally distributed redundant copy of it. Not intentionally, mind you, but that’s what we’re doing every single day; unintentionally spreading valuable customer data around the web where it is then hacked, sold,....net code azure cyber cloud