Wednesday, March 25, 2015

6:00 PM


  • This meeting we will be kicking off our Network Programmability Meetup group.
    We'll talk about why its important, what you need to do to get started...and most importantly I want to hear about what we want to talk about in the future.


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    Thursday, March 26, 2015

    7:00 PM

  • Inter Urban Art House

    8001 Consor Suite 290, Overland Park, KS (map)


  • Lower Level - No elevator access.
  • This month we will have the KC Urban Potters sharing their Kickstarter experience.   If you have a project you are working on and would like to share, please contact me at Bryan@Nodebud.com

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    Tuesday, March 10, 2015

    6:00 PM

  • Bernstein-Rein Advertising Inc

    4600 Madison Ave Ste 1500, Kansas City, MO (map)


  • In November 2014 Apple released their WatchKit SDK so developers could get started building applications for their upcoming Apple Watch.
    Recently Xamarin has released their preview release of the WatchKit SDK for use within Xamarin.iOS applications.
    I will give a brief overview of the different types of applications that can currently be built using the WatchKit SDK. I'll also build an application using the WatchKit SDK so we can all see how to build one using Xamarin.iOS.
    Once again food and drinks will be provided (thanks Xamarin!). We're looking forward to seeing you there!

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  • Simplifying Rails deployments with Capistrano
    Aaron Sumner
    Capistrano simplifies many of the routine steps of application deployment. Let's walk through a typical Capistrano setup and deploy of a Rails app, then look at other ways it can help with remote application management.

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    Starts:  Tuesday, April 07, 2015 9:00 AM     Ends:  Tuesday, April 07, 2015 5:00 PM
    Time zone: (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
    Registration Fee:   No
    Primary Language:   English
    Primary Target Audience:   Pro Dev/Programmer
    Presenter name:   David Giard 
    Location:  Overland Park Kansas 66210 United States
    Master the new Microsoft Azure features and services to build, deploy and move apps to the cloud Roll up your sleeves and get ready to master the latest Microsoft Azure development tools and technologies. Join us at an expert-led Microsoft Cloud DevCamp and leave with code running in the cloud! DevCamps are fun, FREE events for developers, by developers. That means no fluff or filler – just valuable coding skills you can immediately put into action. What will I learn? With lively demos and hands-on labs, you’ll see how to use the new Microsoft Azure features and services (such as Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines, Websites, and Visual Studio 2013) to build and move apps to the cloud – including websites, enterprise-class applications, and mobile apps. We'll also give away a $100 Microsoft Store gift card to one lucky attendee at each event! What is Cloud DevCamp? Good question! Jump-start your knowledge of Microsoft Azure development or learn what’s new with the latest Microsoft Azure features and services. Either way, we’ll start with the basics and build up to more advanced topics – and developers of all languages are welcome. With Microsoft Azure, you can use almost any framework, language or tool to create or move existing applications to the cloud.  Instructor-led, hands-on labs will focus on:   •      Microsoft Azure Websites and Virtual Machines using ASP.NET & Microsoft SQL Server •      Deploying Cloud Services in Microsoft Azure •      Exploring Microsoft Azure Storage for Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Fees This FREE event is brought to you by your local Microsoft office. Delegates are responsible for booking and funding their own travel and accommodations, as required.   Note – you MUST bring a laptop to participate in this event. In addition:  ·         Activate a free 30-day trial Azure account here ·         If you subscribe to MSDN, activate your free Azure MSDN subscriber benefits here ·         Download the free Cloud DevCamps Training Kit here. Save time at your event by completing the download now. ·         Have Visual Studio 2013 installed   You will also need to bring:     ·         Computer power supply ·         Notebook & pen ·         Identification ·         Your own wireless Internet hotspot (if you have one), just in case Internet connectivity is limited.  (more)
    https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032613009&culture=en-US


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  • Oak Park Library (Large Meeting Room)

    9500 Bluejacket St., Overland Park, KS (map)
     

  • Notice the change in time and location. Our advanced topics meetings cover specialized topics and show the breadth of R to tackle a wide range of problems. You don't have to be an advanced user to attend. Topics will be announced later.

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    Friday, March 6, 2015

    7:00 PM

    DeVry University

    11224 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO (map)
     


  • DeVry University, Room 115, 11225 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO
  • Friday nights at 7:00 p.m. will be our weekly open house, meeting, and project night. We may start a bit early for members that want to know what we are planning for upcoming events, board meetings, etc. but we will try to get it out of the way before the night officially begins at 7:00 p.m.
    Keep an eye on MeetUp to see what events will be coming up. We may be having movie nights, build nights, PPPRS team sign ups and building, community out reach events, and more. Don't forget Maker Faire is coming up and we'll start planning for that fun event!

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