WHAT
 
Smarter SharePoint
KC User Group
 
 
WHEN
 
Tuesday
June 30, 2015
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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WHERE
 
Microsoft Office
Corporate Woods
10801 Mastin Blvd 6th Floor
Overland Park, KS, 66210
 

Integrating Web Apps with Office 365

In this session you will learn how to architect and build Office 365 applications. You will learn how to use Azure Active Directory to create/authorize/manage Office 365 apps; how to build said apps in ASP.NET MVC5; and how to interact with Office 365 APIs to leverage SharePoint and Exchange in your app – Fresh from Build!
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John Alexander is a nationally recognized consultant, trainer, author and coach. In his role as Managing Partner at AJi, John specializes in development architecture and agile processes, for which he received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award. He has served as the Microsoft Regional Director for the past 17 years. In addition, John was the lead architect and coach of a software development team that was directly responsible for placing that organization on CIO Magazine's Agile 100 List.  A widely respected speaker and writer on Microsoft .NET applications, he co-authored two best-selling books on .NET development, as well as a best-selling book on Microsoft SharePoint development. He routinely speaks at industry conferences such as VS Live! and DevConnections.

 Location: Microsoft Office - 6th floor
 Pizza will be provided
 Please register for this event at:  https://smartersharepointkc.eventbrite.com


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Next up, UXPAKC Speaker Series:  Join us next Monday July 6th for “Content Curation” with Catherine L. Futter from the Nelson Atkins Museum.  We’ll be at Hallmark Headquarters downtown for this meeting!  You'll hear from behind the scenes as Catherine discusses development, design, and interpretation of an exhibition at a leading art museum.  Click here to get your tickets!


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Friday, July 3, 2015

6:30 PM

Saints Pub + Patio

11900 Shawnee Mission Pkwy, Shawnee, KS (map)

  • Recoup from Maker Faire Night: On Friday, July 3rd, will be our Night out on the Town and we will be meeting up at Saints Pub + Patio in Shawnee, Kansas. If weather permits, we may be out on the patio so look around.
    Look for the tables with 3D printed objects on it to figure out where the CCCKC group is sitting. Generally we all have laptops and tablets out.  ;-)
    LOCATION:
    Saints Pub + Patio; 11900 Shawnee Mission Pkwy; Shawnee, KS 66216
    If you RSVP we will know how many tables and chairs to gather up when we get there. Feel free to drop by even if you don't RSVP.         :-)

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    Wednesday, July 8, 2015

    6:30 PM
      

    Centriq Training & Centriq's TechSmart KC Program

    8700 State Line Road #200, Leawood, KS (map)

    www.kcjava.org
    Presented by: Bryan Stopp : VML | Platform Architect, AEM
    The Sling Stack Part 1 of 3: Apache Felix (OSGi)
    This is a demo of the Apache Felix Project (OSGi). I'll describe the basics of how Felix works and then do a coding demo of a service which retrieves Account and Tweets from the Twitter API. 
    The Sling Stack Part 2 of 3: Jackrabbit Oak (JCR)
    This will be a demo of the Apache Jackrabbit Project (JCR). Again, start with an overview of JCR then dive into a code demo; using the previous session w/ Twitter API, we'll persist and then pull the info out.
    The Sling Stack Part 3 of 3: Apache Sling
    Demo of Apache Sling project. As expected: start with an overview of the Project, then dive right into a code example. Adding on to previous meetings, using the Twitter API code to create a REST service and HTML renderer for the persisted data.
    Bonus Addon - Unit Testing with JMockit
    Building on previous meetups & code, how to use JMockit for unit testing. This will take the code from the Sling, JCR and OSGi projects and create Mocks for unit testing.


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    DeVry University

    11224 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO (map)
     

  • Introduction to Mobile Game Development with Lua and Gideros
    This is a class being taught for CCCKC in July of 2015. It covers the basics to get students going on making small, interactive graphical applications which can run on their iOS or Android device. Gideros Mobile is an easy-to-use programming framework for mobile games, and is free to use (which includes a splash screen on the exported phone project).
    Students will need to bring their own laptop. Gideros runs best in Windows and OSX, but can also be run in Linux (with Wine). Students can also bring an iOS or Android device with them, but it is not required. (Please also bring a cable to connect it to your machine).
    * We ask for a $10 donation to CCCKC (for the entire class) to attend.
    * Members do not need to donate, and may take the class for free.
    Schedule
    Classes run from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm on Friday nights
    July 10, 2015
    Environment setup
    About how games work
    Displaying text
    Drawing images
    Playing sound effects and music
    July 17, 2015
    Detecting tap input
    Accelerometer input
    Keyboard input
    If statements and loops
    Basic game logic
    July 24, 2015
    Putting together a basic “slidey-SHMUP”

    Homepage
    http://www.moosader.com/learn/ccckc/introduction-to-mobile-game-development/

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    DeVry University

    11224 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO (map)
     


  • Introduction to Mobile Game Development with Lua and Gideros
    This is a class being taught for CCCKC in July of 2015. It covers the basics to get students going on making small, interactive graphical applications which can run on their iOS or Android device. Gideros Mobile is an easy-to-use programming framework for mobile games, and is free to use (which includes a splash screen on the exported phone project).
    Students will need to bring their own laptop. Gideros runs best in Windows and OSX, but can also be run in Linux (with Wine). Students can also bring an iOS or Android device with them, but it is not required. (Please also bring a cable to connect it to your machine).
    * We ask for a $10 donation to CCCKC (for the entire class) to attend.
    * Members do not need to donate, and may take the class for free.
    Schedule
    Classes run from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm on Friday nights
    July 10, 2015
    Environment setup
    About how games work
    Displaying text
    Drawing images
    Playing sound effects and music
    July 17, 2015
    Detecting tap input
    Accelerometer input
    Keyboard input
    If statements and loops
    Basic game logic
    July 24, 2015
    Putting together a basic “slidey-SHMUP”

    Homepage
    http://www.moosader.com/learn/ccckc/introduction-to-mobile-game-development/

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    DeVry University

    11224 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO (map)

    Introduction to Mobile Game Development with Lua and Gideros
    This is a class being taught for CCCKC in July of 2015. It covers the basics to get students going on making small, interactive graphical applications which can run on their iOS or Android device. Gideros Mobile is an easy-to-use programming framework for mobile games, and is free to use (which includes a splash screen on the exported phone project).
    Students will need to bring their own laptop. Gideros runs best in Windows and OSX, but can also be run in Linux (with Wine). Students can also bring an iOS or Android device with them, but it is not required. (Please also bring a cable to connect it to your machine).
    * We ask for a $10 donation to CCCKC (for the entire class) to attend.
    * Members do not need to donate, and may take the class for free.
    Schedule
    Classes run from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm on Friday nights
    July 10, 2015
    Environment setup
    About how games work
    Displaying text
    Drawing images
    Playing sound effects and music
    July 17, 2015
    Detecting tap input
    Accelerometer input
    Keyboard input
    If statements and loops
    Basic game logic
    July 24, 2015
    Putting together a basic “slidey-SHMUP”

    Homepage
    http://www.moosader.com/learn/ccckc/introduction-to-mobile-game-development/


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