The forthcoming .NET User Group Paderborn Meeting with interesting lectures
We already asked you to “Save the Date” for the 11th .NET User Group Paderborn Meeting in our news a few weeks ago. Now, with just under one week to go, here’s a quick reminder: The meeting for developers, software architects, software testers, IT students and anyone else interested in .NET will be held on dspace premises on 19th March at 18.30.
Lectures scheduled for Tuesday evening are:
- OSS Licenses Friend or Foe
In a time in which large software providers have discovered Open Source for themselves and more and more libraries in both the Web and Desktop world are being provided as Open Source, the question for commercial providers is how this software can be used correctly?
- IoT Applications with The Things Network and Azure IoT
This lecture presents the integration of The Things Network with Azure IoT based on an end-to-end sample application.
Once again, members of the ORCONOMY team will be attending.
More information on the .NET User Group Paderborn and on how to attend the meeting free of charge can be found here.