CODE Presents

Brought to you by CODE Consulting and CODE Magazine, these free events are designed for developers and IT decision makers. Join us online or in-person at one of these free events for a presentation loaded with content and no fluff! Speakers like Markus Egger, Microsoft RD and one of the longest running MVPs, will provide inside information and real-world experiences. This is NOT marketing hype! We will discuss which technologies are worth investing time and money in, and which ones to avoid.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, December 13, 2023 - Only 10 days to go!

This CODE Presents event will bring you up to speed on Microsoft’s powerful Semantic Kernel. Similar to the open-source LangChain framework, Semantic Kernel is an SDK for .NET, Python, and Java AI developers, making it easy to integrate AI services like OpenAI, Azure OpenAI, and Hugging Face into C#, Python, and Java. In this presentation, you will learn how to use Semantic Kernel to accelerate your AI coding. Gain insights on abstracting your code, building and using plug-ins, tackling complex AI tasks, and leveraging built-in tools, saving significant time, allowing faster market penetration, and ensuring maintainability in these fast-paced times. Semantic Kernel is Microsoft’s special sauce for building copilots and it can be yours too. Join us to learn how you can orchestrate your AI with Semantic Kernel!

Wednesday, January 17, 2024 - Only 6 weeks to go!

Discover the power of Photino, a lightweight, open-source framework for native, cross-platform desktop application development with Web UI technology. Photino empowers developers to build lightning-fast desktop apps using natively compiled languages like C#, while seamlessly integrating cross-platform UI frameworks such as Blazor, React, Angular, Vue, and others. By leveraging the OS’s built-in browser control, Photino ensures a consistent user experience across Windows, macOS, and Linux, with significantly smaller app sizes and reduced system memory usage compared to other frameworks like Electron. Join Philipp Bauer, Sr. Software Developer at CODE and Photino contributor to explore the potential of Photino. Attendees of this session will walk out having learned how to build their first Photino app.

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