045 – Caroline Bucklow from IT4Communities: charitable software development

Third the in the Twelve Podcasts of Christmas 2008!

As part of the London .NET User Group, as the pre-cursor to the main event (Sebastian Lambla’s Put your web-forms to REST – how to build rest-y architectures with .net), Caroline spoke about IT4Communities – an initiative that helps marry up charities in need of development work with willing developers.

Over the course of 15 minutes Caroline passes on a lot of good information, it’s well worth investing the time to hear what Caroline has to say!

This user group meeting was held at the offices of MRM Worldwide, they had a most impressive spread of beer, wine and food:

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The Twelve Podcasts of Christmas 2008
01 – Kyle Baley on ALT.NET and Brownfield Development in .NET
02 – Aaron Parker on Microsoft Application Virtualisation
03 – Caroline Bucklow from IT4Communities: charitable software development
04 – Eileen Brown on IT Professionals, TechNet, Women In Technology & Girl Geek Dinners
05 – Stephen Lamb on security, community, Linux and Twitter
06 – Cristiano Betta on Geek Dinners
07 – David Yack and Jonathan Carter on ALT.NET, MVC and Community
08 – Andrew Fryer on SQL Server 2008 and “upgrade”
09 – Viral Tarpara on Collaboration, SharePoint, Open Source (Port 25) and Community
10 – Guy Smith Ferrier on Internationali[s|z]ation, VS2008, .net 3.5, C# language features
11 – Matt Dunstan on event management, “engagement” and life as an Application Platform Manager
12 – Stephen Lamb on his new role in marketing / PR

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