We have all been there. A customer meeting where, at some point, you stop listening. And likely so has your customer. Ironically, you’re both probably thinking the same thing: “Are they listening to me?” To borrow a quote from Cool Hand Luke, “What we have here, is a failure to communicate.”
We don’t want to do that to our members. We want to listen to you. What do you want to see presented at an upcoming Guild meeting? Do you want us to dive deeper into AngularJS? Would you like to learn more about Entity Framework, NHibernate, or WebAPI? Perhaps you would like to see something about Mobile First or Responsive Design? What about the Cloud, Big Data, Machine Learning, or IoT? Or maybe you would like something entirely different? Leave a reply below to let us know what you want to see. We are listening!
4 thoughts on “What do you want?”
More on multi-platform development — iOS, Android and Win phone 8
ASP vNext is ushering big changes in ASP.Net 5, I would like to know more about these breaking changes and about the new way of creating ASP web Forms/MVC/web api.
I am happy to do a talk on the Internet of Things. I built my own Internet of Things, IoT, home automation system that is controlling 30 different things with 4 different types of microcontrollers. I can talk about the types of microcontrollers used and the strengths and weaknesses of each plus design patterns of IoT. The Spark Core is a tiny Wi-Fi development board that I would like to feature along with my latest IoT 20 foot Christmas tree project. I’m doing the talk at Logical Advantage on Jan 27th and might also be doing it at the Charlotte IoT user group so might be good to do it later in the year for the Guild. Here is some additional detail for the talk: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/854907/IoT-for-Home-Automation
I would also like to see talks on NoSQL (MongoDB or hadoop), NodeJS, GulpJS and some dev ops talks on build automation and deployment tools. A good Unity game dev talk would be good too.
We could always do a bunch of 5 minute lightning talks too.
I’m happy to help organize some presenters.
I would like to see some speakers talk more about AngularJS; Bootstrap versus Foundation; NodeJS and ExpressJS; build automation with GulpJS; and WebAPI.
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