CTDOTNET


Connecticut .NET Developers Group

Building Websites using Twitter Bootstrap

Tuesday April 19th 5:30pm - ADNET Technologies, LLC

Presented by Tim Beck

Registration required: Register here

Abstract

Twitter Bootstrap is billed as “the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web”. It is used by nearly 16% of the top million websites in the world – a number far more impressive than it may sound to those not familiar with the fragmented nature of the web. Out of the box, Bootstrap provides a great starting point in terms of responsiveness and a solid foundation of baseline styling, on which you can expand. Other benefits include robust, easy-to-use theming, a wide variety of built-in and third party controls, and a massive community. Training materials, examples, and extensions are abundant.

Tim Beck

Tim Beck is a Lead Software Developer with Financial Partners working on single page web applications. He is experienced with the Microsoft web stack, Node.js , and HTML5 applications using technologies like Angular, Knockout, jQuery, and LESS. He has done significant work on performance, tooling, and improving developer quality-of-life. His recent emphasis has included web scraping, Chrome extensions, responsive web design, and software architecture. In his spare time, Tim writes music and develops games, with an emphasis on tool creation.


FYI - CodeConnecticut Event in Hartford - April 23rd

This event is being held in Hartford on April 23rd at the reSET Social Enterprise Trust facility in Hartford.

More information can be found here.


Latest In Web Security Development

Tuesday March 15th 5:30pm - ADNET Technologies, LLC

Presented by Robert Hurlbut

Slide deck for Robert's presentation: can be found here

Abstract

This session will feature the latest approaches and tools in developing for web security. These include OWASP ASVS 3.0, OWASP Proactive Controls 2.0 (how to fix the OWASP Top 10), applying the right security headers, and much more. Whether you write ASP.NET applications, Javascript SPA applications, or anything in between, you will want to attend to get an overview of what's current in web security development.

Robert Hurlbut

Robert Hurlbut is an independent software security consultant, architect, developer, and trainer at Robert Hurlbut Consulting Services. Robert is a Microsoft MVP for Developer Security and holds the (ISC)2 CSSLP certification. Robert has over 20+ years of industry experience in secure coding, software architecture, and software development and has served at times as a project manager, chief architect, and director of software development for several clients. Robert blogs at Roberthurlbut.com and shares links and other information on Twitter at @RobertHurlbut.