NEBytes

North East Bytes - Microsoft Technology Usergroup in the North East of England

NEBytes - 17th May 2017 - Early Summer Lightnin'

Early Summer Lightnin'


We're trying something a little different this month and we want you to be part of the event! It's lightning talk time!

We've already got a few talks lined up but we'd like to see more. After all the last thing you want is for Damien, Derek and John to waffle for two hours!

Do you have a topic close to your heart? A pet project, discovered a new technology or language, have a pearl of wisdom you'd like to share? If so come along and talk.

If you want to talk for 5 minutes then do so. 10? That's good as well. We'll have to draw the line somewhere but it's negotiable.

We have four prizes to give away for the best talks:

2 1-year individual subscription to a JetBrains Toolbox product of their choice, thanks to sponsorship by the fine folk at JetBrains.
2 £25 Amazon gift vouchers, thanks to sponsorship by Ronald James Recruitment



Either email events@nebytes.net or complete the section on the event brite form.

Please register at eventbrite


Food is sponsored by:












NEBytes - 19th April 2017 - Office 365: The Digital Workplace & What to expect from C# 7

Office 365: The Digital Workplace


Tony Hughes, from the well known I.T. consultancy firm TSG, will be here for our april event to talk about how organisations large and small can utilise Office 365 as the foundation for a modern Digital Workplace, after all it much more than Email in the Cloud and the latest versions of Office.

Microsoft Teams – It’s so much more than Chat
Microsoft Planner – Task Management and Planning
Office Groups – The foundation for collaboration
Yammer – Is this now all I need for my Intranet, or do I even need one
PowerApps and Flow – Forms and Workflow for the masses
Security and Compliance – You're safe in their hands

Tony has an extensive background in the industry, and some of you would have heard him speak before, so please invite your friends and colleagues to what will be an enlightening session.

What to expect from C# 7

Phillip Steele will be here to tell us all about the new features in the latest version of our favourite curly bracket lanuage, where they came from, why they are there and if you really need them.

Phillip is a senior developer at Sage and has many years experience with .Net and C# in particular.


Please register as usual at eventbrite

Once again food is sponsored by: