We are a non-profit group for developers in the Fredericton area. We generally meet one evening per month. It's a great way to network with other professional developers like yourself, learn some new stuff about software development, and meet new friends.
We have some awesome speakers, and we often have really cool prizes to give away. The group is open to all interested in the Fredericton area. Membership is FREE, so sign up and show up today!
Joining a user group gives you a chance to be part of a like minded community who deal with the same sorts of challenges you do, day in and day out. It can keep you motivated, interested, and can help you stay on top of technology.
-Susan Ibach - Microsoft
[...]break the rut, engage with real people, at real events: conferences, user-groups, meet-ups, hackathons - anything. You'll learn a ton of material outside of your daytime focus. You'll be profoundly humbled by talent, and challenged to improve. Generally,
you'll be a participating in a broader community, a citizen of the tech world.
-Michael Easter -
[...] get involved. Go to User Groups, Nerd Dinners, meet with others who feel the same way you do about technology. Stretch.
-Scott Hanselman -
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on this site are ours alone and not those of our respective employers.
We usually meet at the same location, however, due to the projected event attendance or circumstances outside of our control, we may relocate to another venue. We will attempt to communicate this in advance.
ITC-317 - This is a classroom in the ITC building on the UNB Campus
550 Windsor Street
New Brunswick, E3B 5A3
Map to building
To get to the room enter the ITC through the Windsor St. entrance (550 Windsor St.) and take the corridor that is straight ahead and perpendicular to Windsor St. The room is the last one on the left.
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Who we are: We are just some guys who organize the meetings, arrange a location, send the emails, maintain the website, communicate with sponsors, arrange speakers and try to keep things running as smooth as possible.
Jason Row @rowser
Jason Row is a developer working for IntroHive in Fredericton, NB. For the past few years he's worked on developing MIcrosoft desktop, Web, and SharePoint applications and is now working with Ruby on Rails.
Prior to this he spent 10 years working for an e-Learning provider creating training solutions for Microsoft developers. He has been involved with the local .NET/Developer community for the past 8 years.
Andrew Trevors @adtrevors
Andrew Trevors is a Software Architect at Linchpin Labs, a research and software development company in Ottawa, Ontario. Andrew has over 10 years of work experience in the design and implementation of software applications in a variety of industries and
government sectors in the US and Canada.
Since 2004 Andrew has focused primarily on delivering Microsoft based solutions utilizing .NET technologies such as WinForms, WCF, ASP.NET, and MVC.
Andrew has a passion for learning technology as well as sharing that knowledge with the Microsoft Community; he is currently helping to co-organize events for the Fredericton Developer User Group.
Gaetan Savoie @thegman
Gaetan Savoie is a Senior Developer with Thomson-Reuters Elite. He has 10+ years of experience in requirements gathering, design, and implementation of software business applications. He specializes in system data architecture, data warehousing, and database
analysis, software architecture and development using .NET technologies.
Much of his experience has been in both governmental/private sector projects whereby he has served in both development and system analysis/architecture roles. He has had a lot of exposure leading projects using various flavours of agile/iterative development
Matt Simms @matty_simms
Matt Simms is a Software Developer with Salesforce. With experience spanning over 10 years in the IT industry, Matt has performed both technical and software development roles using a number of different technologies in many sectors such as agriculture,
finance, transportation and health & wellness. Matt is passionate about continuous improvement, and is always striving to be a better developer and loves to instill the same passion in others.
Matt actively participates in the local developer community by co-organizing events and presenting for the Fredericton Developer User Group.
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