Wednesday, October 12, 2011
It is free to attend (although you have to get to Swinburne University in Melbourne). I'll hopefully be there and there are rumors in the Twitterverse of a group of Perthicans flying into Adelaide and turning it into a road-trip! If you're interested then you'll need to get a ticket from http://ozaltnetopenspaces.eventbrite.com/
What: OzAltNet Open Spaces Conference
When: Saturday December 3rd 9am - 5pm
Where: Swinburne University, Melbourne
Huge thanks to @pjimmy for organizing this event and hope to see you there!
Thursday, September 15, 2011
What: Perth .NET Beers
When: Thursday 15th September, 5:30pm
Where: 43 below, underground cnr Barrack and Hay Street. Opposite McDonalds
Cost: Free. Although we don't provide anything and it is in a pub. $15 Pizza & Pint on Thursdays though!
There is no set schedule. If we get bored we might do a lightening round of "What cool/crap thing did you do/find this month)?". We'd love to see you there but even if you aren't going to come, send around an email to your team to let them know it's on.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
The room got pretty packed last time so make sure you RSVP on the EventBrite page or you might miss out.
Also, it has been 7 months since we last met. Since then I have had approximately 2 people ask me "what's with that?". I'm trying to organize a bunch of Perth .NET developers to meet next Thursday (15th September) for a beer and a chat. Not sure where it will be yet but if you can make it it'll be a great opportunity to chat about the future of Perth ALT.NET. Hope to see you at both events!
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Monday, February 7, 2011
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Monday, December 6, 2010
Hey all. Is the first tool in your toolbox Visual Studio (or vi for the hardcore)? Is your first action when starting a new project to put together a data dictionary or entity relationship model? You might be a code addict.
This Wednesday (the 8th) join Garry Stewart as he teaches us a better way. Garry has recently been building a semantic wiki as a data capture and reporting mechanism. He’s going to contrast this with our “natural” first desire of building a relational model and then building “normal” applications to keep a database up to date.
What: Think first then code with Garry Stewart
When: Wednesday 8th December, 6pm -> ?
Where: 43 below bar & bistro, Underground on the corner of Barrack and Hay Streets
Hope to see you there.
NOTE: Just to let you know the function room was booked so we are going to be in the restaurant area this time.