There are a few interesting software development related events coming up in Indianapolis over the next few weeks.
Indy TFS User Group
The first meeting of the Indianapolis TFS User Group will feature Paul Hacker introducing many of the Application Lifecycle Management tools in Visual Studio 2010.
I’ve been reading Professional Application Lifecycle Management with Visual Studio 2010 and am pretty excited about many of the features. I hope to use this session to expand upon what is included in the book.
This event is free to attend. Follow the link to the right to register.
The October IndyNDA meeting will be presented by the group’s president, Dave Leininger. Dave will be discussing ways to graphically represent complex relationships in data.
Three special interest groups (SIGs) also meet immediately following the main event. The SIGs were on hiatus last month so I’ll be giving my introduction to dynamic programming in C# talk this month.
IndyNDA meetings are free to attend thanks to the sponsors. No registration is required. Regular attendees should note the new location.
“Indy GiveCamp is a weekend-long collaboration between local developers, designers, database administrators, and non-profits. It is an opportunity for the technical community to celebrate and express gratitude for the contributions of these organizations by contributing code and technical know-how directly towards the needs of the groups.”
I can’t be participate in this year’s event due to prior family commitments but I’ve heard enough good things about the GiveCamp events in other cities to know that it’s a great cause. There is still a need for volunteers so if you can spare the weekend please volunteer. One of 18 charities will thank you for it.