Awesome .NET virtual user groups (and conferences)
In light of the ever-changing Covid-19 outbreak, and as more of us find ourselves spending long periods of time isolated from friends, family and colleagues, here's a list of .NET user groups (and conferences) "going virtual" in the coming months.
For a chronological list of upcoming events check out upcoming events.
Organising an event? Submit a pull request with the relevant information.
- Carl Franklin's Blazor Desk Show - Sponsored by DevExpress, lots of dates coming up in March and April
Virtual User Groups
- London .NET User Group - Hosted a Virtual Tech Lunch Meetup on March 17th 2020, looks like more to follow
- ONETUG - Orlando .NET User Group - Orlando .NET User Group
- .NET Oxford - 3 years of physical monthly meetups, with the next one in April being our first virtual one!
- .NET Iasi - In the past 2 years we made physical monthly meetups, this month we'll do our first one live on March 27th
- Adelaide .NET User Group - ADNUG has been meeting monthly for a very long time. Going virtual from April.
- Dot Net Notts - Going online March 2020
- .NET Southwest (UK) User Group - DNSW is officially virtual as of April.
- dotnetsheff - Officially virtual as of April
Potentially Virtual User Groups
- Brisbane .NET User Group - Currently looking into hosting events virtually
- .NET Southwest (UK) User Group - Currently looking into hosting events virtually
- Dot Net Notts - Preparing to move online
Potentially Virtual Conferences
- DDD East Anglia - Looking into running an online event for 2020
- NDC Conferences - A blog post from Dylan Beattie about joining NDC conferences as their Online Community Ambassador, working with them to deliver virtual events and conferences over the coming months.
Resources to help take your event online
- How to host an online event on meetup - "during the coronavirus advisory, we’re working on solutions to help you host online events and keep your communities both safe and connected"
- The best gear for remote presentations - You certainly don't need everything mentioned here to take your event online but a really interesting look at an advanced setup nonetheless
- Dylan Beattie - Going Virtual - Dylan provides a really useful commentary on how he's upping his virtual game in response to recent events