Event Details

Introduction 

After a great start to the year with two top sessions from Martin and Peter in January. We are back with a more developer orientated couple of sessions on two hot topics for any developer. However, with the soon to be released SharePoint Framework these sessions will help you be more productive.

As ever we will have free Pizza and the obligatory SharePint afterwards. January's SharePint included a bit of a sit down and there were some great discussions going on so please join us for that.


Sessions

1) TypeScript for C# Developers - Peter Shaw

I get it, your a back-end developer, it's a comfy job, you love C# and SharePoint and all those lovely .NET API's

 Unfortunately, the world is changing.  Javascript is eating everything, and more and more clients are expecting apps that run entirely in the browser, with nothing more than perhaps an API created in C#.

 The thing is, us back-end devs, well we don't like JavaScript, it scares us, it's loosely typed, it has no structure, and you can do some very, very dangerous things with it.

 Never fear though, Typescript is here to save you.  From back-end C# dev to front-end TypeScript dev, you'll wonder what all the fuss is about, once you see just what TypeScript has to offer you.

 Sit in on this session as I show you TypeScript from a C# developers point of view, and never view front-end development the same way again.


2) Modern ALM and DevOps practices using Microsoft VSTS - Richard Fennell (MVP - Black Marble)

Modern development for platforms such as SharePoint requires the use of a range of languages and tool chains.  In this session I will show how these can be pulled into a cohesive application life cycle and DevOps process using Microsoft's Visual Studio Team Services tools, and in particular the new build and release cross platform system.


Agenda

18:15 - Welcome

18:30 - TypeScript - Peter Shaw

19:30 - Free Pizza

20.00 - Dev Ops - Richard Fennell

21: 00 - SharePint

For more information check out the SUGUK website

http://www.suguk.org

 

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Getting here

The venue is easy to get to via train, bus or road. Please see more information below for your options.

 

By Rail

The Adelphi is about a ten minute walk from the Leeds Train Station.

Please use the following for directions to the Adelphi

Get Directions from Google Maps

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir/Leeds+station,+New+Station+St,+Leeds+LS1+5DL,+United+Kingdom/The+Adelphi,+3-5+Hunslet+Rd,+Leeds+LS10+1JQ,+United+Kingdom/@53.7942223,-1.5469984,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x48795c1efdf4eb25:0x8a34c051349bc998!2m2!1d-1.547601!2d53.794829!1m5!1m1!1s0x48795c39bef6fadd:0x2529e24b2de94794!2m2!1d-1.541017!2d53.793307!3e2


By Bus

The Adelphi is on the following bus routes:-

  • 1
  • 12
  • 444

 

By Car

The venue is easy to get to by car from the M1 and M62 via the M621, follow the signs for Leeds (Centre) and take the junction 3 exit (Central Leeds / Holbeck). Parking is conveniently found across the road from the Adelphi. Please note that the car parking is pay and display.

Car Parking

Parking is conveniently found across the road from the Adelphi at the Meadow Lane Car Park which costs £2 after 6pm. The car park can be paid for using the ParkMobile App and the Car Park Location code is 1804.

 

More Information

SUGUK Yorkshire meets every two months on the first Tuesday of the month.

 The group aims to ensure that there are sessions of interest all and to cover all facets of SharePoint and related technologies.


Come to learn, to discuss and to share your experiences with SharePoint and related technologies (Office 365, Power BI, Skype for Business, Yammer etc.),. Interact with other SharePoint professionals, experts and interested users.

The user group is open to all, whether you are an end user, project/programme manager, business decision maker, developer, IT professional or all of the above; we would love it if you could join us.