Fellow .NET Users,
As I write my intro to each month's meeting, I am usually trying to limit my commentary to just a few announcements in order to not overwhelm you. I find myself in a weird predicament of not having anything to announce. There are a few virtual conferences coming up, but they're still a few months out. If you have any announcements, send me an email or a contact me on Slack and I would be happy to add them here.
We're still planning to hold our meetings virtually and will continue to do so until our hosts, sponsors, guests, and health officials tell us they're ready for us to start meeting in person again. Our sponsor for this month's meeting is planning to giveaway 4 $50 Amaon gift cards. As in previous months, we'll be giving these away in our Slack channel. Details will be provided in the #general channel about an hour before the meeting starts.
Join us on Thursday, July 30th at around 5:30 in the Slack channel to start chatting with others about what's been happening just like we would before a "normal" meeting. At about 6:00 we'll start the meeting. Throughout the presentation, I would encourage you to ask questions in either the Slack channel or in the YouTube stream chat. Brian and I will be watching these comments as they come in and communicating those to our presenter.Host:
We'll start the stream around 5:55 and then start the meeting right around 6:00 PM. This will be an interactive session. You can participate by contributing to the stream comments on YouTube or on our Slack workspace.
Migrating to React: Highlights and Challenges by Thomas Judge
In 2020, the Buildertrend engineering department has undertaken a complete rewrite of our front end using React. In this session, we will go over the latest stages in our conversion process, the resulting architecture choices, and the notable challenges encountered along the way.
Edge Computing with .NET Core and Raspberry Pi by Aaron Perkins
The Raspberry Pi is a cheap and wildly popular Single Board Computer (SBC) that is perfect for edge computing and IoT projects. This introduction walks through the implementation of an internet connected weather station. Learn about the development experience writing apps for the Pi in .NET Core using VS Code and how it might differ from other environments.Speakers:
Thomas Judge is an Applications Developer II at Buildertrend. Thomas received his Bachelor's in CS from ISU, and since starting at the company with a summer internship in 2017, he has extended his experience with the .NET ecosystem and JS frameworks. He is currently a member of the Buildertrend Data Insights platform team as well as the company's React Community of Practice.Aaron Perkins
Aaron is a technology professional with over 15 years of experience in Software Development, System Analysis and Design. Currently a Senior Application Developer at Buildtertrend, which is the leading construction management platform for small to mid-size home builders and contractors. A technology aficionado, who has a passion for bringing technology and people together in unique ways.Sponsors:
Buildertrend is the No. 1, cloud-based construction project management software trusted by homebuilders, remodelers, and specialty contractors. Since 2006, we have empowered the construction industry with a better way to build. More than 1 million users across more than 100 countries have chosen Buildertrend as their preferred platform for real-time collaboration throughout each and every stage of the building process. Our software helps construction professionals complete more projects while reducing delays, eliminating communication errors, and increasing customer satisfaction.
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