jvoris on 12 Mar 2014 15:32:02 -0700

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[PLUG] Slightly OT: Active user groups for M$ developers in the area?

The Philly dot Net has just revamped their website, and yes, they DO HAVE
a mailing list.  You just have to be patient enough to find where it is
on the site to sign up.  Also, their upcoming Sharepoint Saturday in
April is probably sold out , and the Saturday Code Camp just announced
will be at the Valley Forge Casino and it will also sell out.

The Philly Alt Net group rarely meets, but I think they still have an
active mailing list / forum.

Also, if you are really into Professional Software Development, check out
http://www.AgilePhilly.com which is the Agile, Lean, Scrum and Kanban
software development user group in Philly.  The upcoming meeting next
week is on Function Points & Estimations . . .a deep subject.

Also, there will be 2 meetings of AgilePhilly downtown in April.

- John Voris, Coordinator, AgilePhilly 

Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2014 17:39:07 +0000
From: Ed Roper 
To: Philadelphia Linux User's Group Discussion List
Subject: [PLUG] Slightly OT: Active user groups for M$ developers in
the area?

I hope this inquiry isn't too off topic, but googling hasn't provided
much results. I'm a fervent advocate for Linux, and love this group's
mailing list and meetings, I'm having trouble finding any developer
related groups with as active a user base. Unfortunately, I work mostly
in the M$ technology stack. The Philly .NET users group doesn't even
appear to have a mailing list, but they do at least meet once a month.
Can anybody recommend some other groups that might provide for a good
range of discussion & meeting topics with some more liveliness to them
that would be relevant to developers working under the evil empire...


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