It’s election time! Nominees will be announced at the next CINNUG meeting. We will also vote for the new directors.
Elections will also be held at the next CINNUG meeting, October 26th.
- Eligibility to vote/be elected:
- Attended 3+ of last 6 meetings (including October)
In addition to director nominations, Marcus King will be here to give us an introduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP). Marcus King is a Software Engineer for http://mycontent.com, a web startup company.
Suganthi Giridharan will give a grok on creating animation using Expression Blend.
The CINNUG team
What's in this Newsletter?
- October CinArc - 10/21/10
- October CINNUG - 10/26/10
- November BitSlingers - 11/01/10
- Southwest Ohio Give Camp - 10/22/10 - 10/24/10
- NWA Code Camp - 10/23/10
- 2010 Dog Food Conference - 11/04/10 & 11/05/10
- Microsoft Certified Career Conference - 11/18/10
- Our sponsors - they pay for the pizza
6:00PM - MAX
Technical Training - Mason, OH
Come join this new special interest group as
we discuss topics related to software architecture.
This meeting is run using an open discussion
fishbowl technique where the attendees are encouraged to share their
thoughts with everyone while keeping the meeting from becoming a free for all.
What topic will we cover? Well, that's
up to the attendees!
As usual, pizza will be provided at no charge thanks
CINNUG - Introduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) by Marcus King
Tuesday, October 26th
- 6:00PM; Social Time - 5:30PM - MAX
Technical Training - Mason, OH
Marcus King will discuss
Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) is
an approach to software development that goes further in the direction of
separation of concerns. Separation of concerns is one of the most important
rules in software development. It states that the same concern should be solved
in a single unit of code. This is also called modularization.
Some concerns cannot be implemented
successfully using a pure procedural or object-oriented programming. An example
is code security. If you want to secure objects and methods, you have to modify
the code of each method. That's why security is said to be a crosscutting
concern, because it crosscuts the unit of modularization of the programming
paradigm, in this case the class.
An aspect is a concern that
cross-cuts many classes and/or methods. So AOP is a technique that allows you to
address issues that cross-cuts objects. AOP is frequently used to implement
caching, tracing, security or failure injections.
Suganthi Giridharan will give a grok
on creating animation using Expression Blend.
She will show some practical examples of animations that can be used in
business applications to provide better user experience.
6:00PM- Panera Bread - Mason Montgomery - Mason, OH
is an informal meetup of people interested in learning from one another. Bring
your laptop and pair up with someone to work on an open source project, learn a
new technique, or even dabble in a new language. There is no agenda or specific
topic, just a time set aside for people to pair.
meetup officially kicks off at 6:00PM, but lasts until the last pair breaks up,
or they kick us out. Feel free to come and join us for as long, or as short, of
a time as you want to.
NOTE: There will be no food provided, but hey, we're at Panera.
Southwest Ohio Give Camp
Friday, October 22nd
thru Sunday, October 24th - Miami
VOALC - West
Give Camp is a weekend-long event
where software developers, designers, and database administrators donate their
time to create custom software for non-profit organizations. The only limitation
is that the project should be scoped to be able to be completed in a weekend.
If you are a developer/designer/project
manager looking to make a difference and use your skills to assist others, this
is the place to be October 22, 23, 24, 2010! Please visit the Volunteer
section to get signed up!
Saturday, October 23rd
- 8:00AM to 5:30PM - Tyson World Headquarters - Springdale, AR
This year the
is aligning this event with the Tyson
Development Conference, a 2 day internal conference for Tyson Foods.
sponsoring this event by providing the venue and keeping some speakers from
their conference another night so they can present at this event.
This year we will celebrate the growth of our community
with the addition of new tracks for Project Managers, Designers, and more.
2010 Dog Food Conference
Thursday, November 18th
& Friday, November 19th - Microsoft Office - Columbus, OH
This is a
local conference by community IT professionals showcasing Microsoft
speakers will be from MS Gold Certified Partners, MS MVPs, IT authors,
community leads, and MS Corp subject matter experts.
There will be designated areas for hardware
demos from HP, Polycom, Dell and Windows Phone 7.
Agenda and schedule for hardware demos at download agenda links.
Register now at http://www.dogfoodcon.com/dogfood/registrationForm.html.
Microsoft Certified Career Conference
Thursday, November 18th
- Virtual Event
November 18th, jump-start, re-start, or catalyze your career at the Microsoft Certified Career Conference.
Microsoft Career Conference is a virtual event for anyone where you can meet
potential employers, hone your technical knowledge, acquire job-seeking skills,
network with fellow professionals, and glean career advice from real-life experts
in the field.
Fair - Meet employers seeking technically skilled professionals
Skills" sessions - Learn resume-writing secrets, interviewing tips, marketing
yourself in a digital world, and more
sessions for IT Professionals, Developers, and Office power users based on
Microsoft Official Courses, delivered by MCTs and courseware authors
and Technology - How new and upcoming technologies present career
review sessions - Prepare for your MCP and MOS certification exams
more-join our Facebook event page for agenda and
speaker updates as they happen