Lessons Learned in 42 Years of Software DevelopmentWith Bryden Oliver
When & Where
We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 5:00pm to 7:30pm.
He is a Software Engineer at SSW, an expert in .NET and Clean Architecture. With a passion for sharing knowledge, he loves educating the developer community with thought-provoking blogs at lukeparker.dev, covering hot topics for the modern Microsoft developer. As a local Brisbane Full Stack User Group organizer and presenter, he's all about creating thriving tech communities.
We talk about the latest tech
What is the Full Stack User Group?
Every month, SSW hosts the Brisbane Full Stack User Group, where developers come together to learn about the latest technologies from local and internationally renowned experts. Topics focus on .NET and other Microsoft technologies (Azure, DevOps, SharePoint, Power Platform, and more), full stack development (Angular, React, Blazor), and mobile apps with .NET MAUI (was Xamarin), as well as exciting opportunities to learn about the latest industry trends and even tips on presenting from world class speakers.
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What do people say?
Thanks guys for organizing the meetup. [The topic] looks like the perfect solution for my use case. I'll give it a go 🙌
Developers are already good at writing code. Writing reams of code just digs you deeper into an already deeply specialized skill. What I am proposing is that we spend less time coding and more time developing skills in other areas that complement our coding skills. Become a better writer. Become a better speaker. Improve your personal skills. Participate in the community. Try to spend some time talking to people instead of the compiler. That's how you distinguish yourself from your peers. And that's ultimately how you become a better software developer, too.
People with various knowledge levels come and create a worthwhile session