Some say that he can answer any question before it’s even been asked it, and that he has already written the next 5 version of C# in Depth, the books are apparently locked in a Redmond vault and will be used to create the official specifications. All I know, is that he’ll be in Aberdeen on 2nd October and you’ll not want to miss this Meetup!
That’s right we have Jon Skeet coming to Aberdeen on Wednesday 2nd October to talk, in depth, about C#8! And with .NET Core 3.0 launching just days before at .NET Conf, the 3 day virtual event co-organised by the .NET community and Microsoft, there will be plenty to talk about at this meetup so you'll hopefully be able to join us.
Also thanks to our sponsor, Brightree, you can grab a drink and few slices of pizza so make sure you turn up on time, and of course if you have any special dietary requirements please send me a message and let me know.
Speaker Bio - Jon Skeet
Jon Skeet is a senior software engineer at Google. He studied mathematics and computer science at Cambridge, is a recognised authority in Java and C#, and maintains the position of top contributor to Stack Overflow.
Agenda – Wednesday 2nd October 2019
1800 - 1825: Arrival, registration, pizza and drinks
1825 - 1840: Introduction & Welcome
1840 - 1940: C# 8 with Jon Skeet
1940 - 2015: Wrap up & Catch up
More details and tickets: www.meetup.com
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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.