Sat Dec 24 2011

Chicago .NET Ninjas is a small group of software developers who meet to share knowledge and experience on development with the Microsoft stack. A typical meeting consists of a presentation with code examples as well as roundtable discussion. Topics range from the basic to the advanced, from web to desktop apps, and from Microsoft to open source. The goal of each meeting is for everyone to walk away having learned something to improve their skills. As there are many solutions to a problem, open discussion proves to be just as valuable as the presentation itself.

You can find more at: http://chicagodotnetninjas.org

When:

Typically, once a month.

Where:

Chicago loop.

Actual location varies.

Who:

Alfred Chan

Alfred is currently a software engineer for Kirkland & Ellis, LLP in Chicago. With 8 years of experience developing applications on the Microsoft stack for startups as well as enterprises, Alfred likes to share what he has learned over the years to promote better coding practices. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and a geek who participates in various tech events around Chicago. You can also find him sailing on the lake on a nice summer day.