WHERE University Center North (4801 N. Career Avenue - the building on the northwest corner of campus) - Room 149 AGENDA Refreshments will be provided by SDN Communications. The October 2012 itinerary will be as follows: Networking/Introductions Chapter Business Josh Stroschein will be presenting on hacking .NET applications (or disassembling .NET clients). This presentation will look at decompiling .NET applications for purposes such as security audits and spy/ad-ware analysis. The goal will be to decompile, alter and optionally recompile . Read more about OWASP SD Chapter Meeting
Mike Benkovich is a Developer Evangelist at Microsoft and will be in town to talk about cross platform cross device connectivity in applications. Today’s users don’t live on just a workstation or a laptop. With the proliferation of laptops, smart phones, and tablets people work from a variety of forms and clients. Building applications that can leverage a consistent view of identity, data and services will enable the workforce to be productive wherever they are. Read more about Mike Benkovich presenting: Cross-Platform, Cross-Device, Connected-Apps Oh My!
Anyone interested in speaking, attending, or sponsoring is welcome to come and ask questions. People interested in or already committed to speaking can get together and hone what exactly they’d like to cover on their topics, or help someone come up with a good topic. South Dakota Code Camp is November 10th. More information is available at - http://southdakotacodecamp.net Read more about South Dakota Code Camp Q&A
John Petersen is in town. He’ll be talking about Visual Studio 2012, Web API (the largest addition to asp.net mvc in v4). John is an MVP, writes for CODE Magazine and CodeBetter, and has spoken at many other events. It’ll be awesome to him in town. The jQuery portion of this is being rescheduled, but Q&A related to jQuery is still an open topic for questions after the presentation. Blend Interactive is on the second floor above Child’s Play toys. Read more about VS 2012, Web API, and jQuery
Alex Stommes from CHR will be talking about some various things he’s done with XNA development. The usual talk about how spaces are better than tabs will follow(or whatever people are interested in bringing up or asking about). Read more about XNA and random followup discussion
Just incase anyone is interested, we have quarterly meetings at the University Center discussing web security and vulnerability exploitation. https://www.owasp.org/index.php/South_Dakota Read more about SD OWASP (RM 149)