Join Jason Young, Carl Schweitzer, Jon Cwiak and Greg Levenhagen for a round table discussion about Microsoft //BUILD 2015. There were a lot of announcments and new bits released. The panel was lucky enough to attend BUILD and/or Ignite and is happy to join us for a recap.
Topics up for discussion! (In no particular order)
Windows 10 and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps
Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio 2015
Android/Java and iOS/Objective-C in Visual Studio? (Bridges)
Project Spartan – Microsoft Edge – Microsoft’s new browser
What does a web site vulnerability assessment test look like? This presentation will discuss and demonstrate the tools and procedures used in a typical web vulnerability assessment and provide tips on steps you can take to increase the security of your web sites.
John Reynders is a consultant with OpenSky Corp. on the Vulnerability Services Team. He has over 7 years’ experience in web security including program development, static and dynamic testing, coding standards and Web Application Firewalls.
Creating high-performance experiences is both art and science – but it’s never an accident. In an ever-increasing landscape of choice and expectations for your users, you must learn to leverage tools, process, and those around you to craft optimal outcomes. Let’s start with the basics – and then do some deep dives into techniques deployed against real-life use cases. Measure progress throughout the workflow, and bring your message front and center, faster. Challenge yourself, your coworkers, and your boss to design, develop, and deliver performance.
Our speaker this month is Brian Muenzenmeyer. In his own words:
I spend my working days in ux/ui design and my waking nights in even more front end design and development. I live in Northeast Wisconsin with my wife, young son, 2 cats and 3 coffee makers.
The best way to reach me is on Twitter @bmuenzenmeyer. I moonlight at crunchyowl.com, a dawning of individual design. I help people solve problems and send on-target messages. Interested in the mosaic of web development, design, content strategy, and performance. I have flexible rates if you have flexible hours.
When not on the web, I am digging up the yard, wearing an afghan, trying on something grey, or day-dreaming about the ultimate home office.
*Date Change* for July, instead of meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, we will be meeting on Wednesday, July 30th.
I will demonstrate code that can be used today in browsers that support HTML5 features and that can be handled gracefully by browsers that do not support these features.