Code Metrics and Static Code Analysis Slides

Yesterday I did a new talk on Code Metrics and Static Code Analysis. The talk seemed to go down well and there were some interesting discussions about code quality and the meaning of quality to people in different industries. I… Continue reading →

Merry Christmas from Derbyshire .Net

Well it’s that time of year again where we are all looking forward to winding down for Christmas and taking some much needed time off to spend with our family and friends. Myself (Steve) and Barry would like to wish… Continue reading →

New User Group Sponsor : SQLSmash and NDepend

I am pleased to announce we have 2 new sponsors at Derbyshire DotNet. The first is SqlSmash have kindly provided a FREE license per session for us to raffle away at a value of $60. SqlSmash is a productivity tool that… Continue reading →

Slides now available for Azure : The Good Parts

Thank you to Richard Tasker who came to DerbyshireDotNet to talk about Windows Azure and Web Apps in particular. Windows Azure is such a huge platform so it was good to learn about Richard’s experience in using it. And how he and his team… Continue reading →

Tonights Talk is by Richard Tasker on Microsoft Azure

Tonight’s talk is by Richard Tasker on Microsoft Azure. The talk starts at 6.30PM.  If you would like to attend the talk, please Reserve your Place at our Meetup site, there is still time to put your name down. The talk is being… Continue reading →

Getting Started with Microsoft Band Development

Fellow Pluralsight author Lars Klint has just released a recording of a user group talk he did in Denmark which was about the Internet of Things and more specifically getting started with the Microsoft Band. As a band owner myself,… Continue reading →

New User Group Sponsor : O’Reilly Books

We are pleased to announce we have a new sponsor at Derbyshire DotNet, which is O’Reilly Books. As a member of our usergroup you can enjoy the following benefits. 40% discount on our printed books and 50% on our e-books… Continue reading →

Derbyshire DotNet Needs You

Now that we have launched this new user group site for Derbyshire Dot Net, we want to turn it into more than just a notice board for the group. As a group we meet once a month, but we would… Continue reading →