Our next Study Group meeting, location, and Skype number has not yet been scheduled - check back again later.
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mailing list, on our Meetup
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Summary (What to do, Where to go)
What to do:
- Check the current course topic and schedule above
Check the source for the course you are attending
- For Pluralsight video courses, get your subscription (free one-month subscription for first-time attendees).
- Microsoft source video courses, no subscription needed, free online
Watch current course videos before attending each meeting
- Haven't watched all the videos yet?
- No problem, meet anyway and we'll discuss them all!
- Meet per the schedule by course, free
- Register and RSVP via our Meetup
- Discuss in an open round table format the topics related to the videos
To Attend Online:
Join us on Skype.
- Click on the "Join Skype Meeting" link above in the Current Course Topic and Schedule
- Join in on your device at the start of our meeting or anytime during the meeting
- Make sure to get your Skype app set up prior to joining our shared group audio/video calls; Skype is available on most devices and operating systems; you may be able to click on the link for our meetings, automatically opening Skype on your browser without needing to have the Skype app downloaded to your device; due to internet issues, service may be limited
- You do not need to share your audio/video with us during the meeting, but to participate, please at least share your audio; please keep your audio on mute until you wish to speak
To Attend in Person
- Where to go: Study Group Location - TBD.
- to ensure entry, arrive in our room before 6:00 PM - for later arrival, entry is NOT available.
The Study Group gathers developers together once or multiple times in a 'book club' format, but in our case it is a 'video club'
format. We watch and study high quality video training courses at home/work/wherever on our own time and then we meet per the schedule by
course to discuss the videos for that period and help each other with questions and answers. It's all very casual. There is no instructor
teaching us, other than the video instructors. There are no speakers and no prepared presentations or slides, but there is a moderator
to help keep each meeting moving along -- Study Group members are the primary talkers.
The Study Group is a part of the Denver Visual Studio User Group.