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  • ANN: The Second Chicago Code Camp

    After a successful first Chicago Code Camp last year, we're back to announce the second edition of this unique technical event. The Chicago Code Camp 2 will happen on May 1 st . In this event we are addressing one obvious and recurring feedback: Make it closer to the city . We're thrilled to...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 03-22-2010
    Filed under: .NET, Ruby, JavaScript, Announcement, Community
  • CouchDB Presentation

    In this month's Chicago ALT.NET meeting we will be taking a look at Apache CouchDB . I quote from the official site: Apache CouchDB is a document-oriented database that can be queried and indexed in a MapReduce fashion using JavaScript. CouchDB also offers incremental replication with bi-directional...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 10-01-2009
    Filed under: .NET, Tools, alt.net, JavaScript, Announcement, Community
  • Upcoming Local UG Meetings

    Here are two user group events that are happening soon and that I'm directly involved. July 8 th , Chicago ALT.NET 0-60 With Fluent NHibernate See the full description of the session over at the Chicago ALT.NET home page. We will have Hudson Akridge tell us all about Fluent NHibernate , a project...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 07-06-2009
    Filed under: .NET, alt.net, JavaScript, Announcement, Community
  • The Chicago Code Camp has got you covered

    As a brief inspection of your RSS reader will quickly tell you, it's Code Camp season. Not to be left out of this party, the developers in the Chicago and Milwaukee areas have a great option this year. The Chicago Code Camp , which happens on May 30th, is strategically located right between these...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 05-19-2009
    Filed under: .NET, Ruby, Development, JavaScript, Announcement, Community
  • Talk: If you think F# has too limited applicability

    Next Chicago ALT.NET meeting will bring a practical look at F#, showing that it does not need to be seen as a niche language. F# Outside the Lab 6:00 pm Pizza and networking time 6:30 pm It seems that almost every time we hear about F# being used it is always in a experimental setting or in a niche application...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 04-30-2009
    Filed under: .NET, alt.net, Announcement, Community
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