Gold Coast Users Group

The Gold Coast User Group (GCUG) is a "Community Driven" Microsoft Evangelism Users Group. The Gold Coast is a South Florida Community that spans the Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach Metropolitan areas. GCUG is the original and longest running Microsoft Users Group in this Community.

Cross Platform Development with Multi-Device Hybrid Apps

by Joseph Homnick, Microsoft Regional Director
9/17 at 4PM SpringHill Suites by Marriott Boca Raton
Free Users Group Event with Swag, Snacks and Beverages

 

Come see how to Build apps that can be deployed as Native iOS, Android, Windows and Blackberry apps and are eligible for entry in the Respective Stores. Take advantage of Built-in Device capabilities like NFC, GPS, Notifications, Accelerometer and more. We will be Using Visual Studio 2013 Development Environment with Cordova Multi-Device Hybrid Apps, Web Essentials and ASP.Net WebAPI tools.

 

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Get your MoJo On at these GCUG sponsored Events

2014-08-19 - Marlins Stadium - Miami

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Rachel is lining up the 2nd Annual Tech night at the ball park:
http://technightattheballpark.com/

Over 100 attended last year, we expect a lot more this time! Nice evening with pre-game reception and then a ball game! Bring the Family.

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3rd Annual ITPalooza – Call for Speakers and Sponsors – December 4th, 2014

The 3rd Annual ITPalooza will be bigger and better than ever before offering sponsors unprecedented access to the South Florida's IT Community. Reflecting its commitment to the South Florida IT community, ITPalooza will once again be hosted at NSU’s prestigious Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences. Under the leadership of Dean ... Read More




Team Foundation Server 2013 and Visual Studio Online June 30 at Carnival in Miami

When: June 30 at 4pm
Where: Carnival Cruise Lines

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Come join Joe for a fun and informative dive into how Team Foundation Server 2013 and Visual Studio Online can make your Application Lifecycle Management(ALM) process more productive and efficient. We will be drilling down into the new features of each offering along with imparting an overall understanding of how they fit into your ALM.

War at the Shore IV: Systems Management Tools Shootout - Microsoft vs IBM

Brought to you by our proud sponsors:

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June 24, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT) 
Knight Lecture Hall NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences


Join us in this battle of Server Software Behemoths as we debate Microsoft’s InTune and System Center products vs IBM Endpoint Manager(Big Fix).


Both companies say they have systems for simplified management of client computers in your organization, including Apple iOS, Android, Windows, Windows RT, Windows Phone 8 devices. But which one reigns supreme? Join us for this lively debate and learn about both offerings. In this age of IT Consumerization, control of these divergent devices has become critical!


In the IBM corner we have James Wang of Sirius leading the charge and in the Microsoft corner is Adnan Cartwright of Integrity Solutions leading his team of experts.  Alex Funkhouser of Sherlock Tech and Joe Homnick of Homnick Systems will once again referee this latest event in the War at the Shore series.