Aberdeen Developers .Net User Group: Introduction to Vue.js with ASP.NET

This will be the our first event in newly opened ONE Tech Hub at Schoolhill, as well as the discussion below you'll learn a little more about the Hub and how they are looking to support the tech community in Aberdeen.

Introduction to Vue.js with ASP.NET
Vue.js is progressive JavaScript framework for building user interfaces for the web. In this talk we’ll take a look at the basic concepts of Vue starting with the obligatory Hello World and go on to build out components and introducing additional modules before integrating our Vue application into an ASP.NET core project for a better, seamless, developer experience.

Speaker Bio - Douglas Cameron
Doug is a senior software engineer at Brightree and has over 15 years of experience working across a number of Microsoft technologies. Despite being an organiser for Aberdeen Developers .NET User Group he does not consider himself a technical speaker, and does not enjoy writing personal bios, but hopes to inspire other group members to volunteer a topic for discussion at future events.

Agenda - Thursday 20th June 2019

1800 - 1825: Arrival and registration
1825 - 1830: Introduction
1830 - 1930: Introduction to Vue.js with ASP.NET
1930 - 2000: Q&A and Prize Draw

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More Information

Formed in June 2010, the Aberdeen Developers .Net User Group is a non-profit user group which aims to benefit software developers in and around the Aberdeen area.

Primarily, we aim to offer in person events which deal with the various aspects of .Net Development. The topics for these meetings are decided by the User Group Committee, however, if there is a particular area that you would like to see an event on, then please feel free to get in touch with us.

It is our hope that all events will be provided absolutely free, or at a very minimal cost. We are able to do this through the generous support of our sponsors, without whom this group would not exist.