Sep 17
Webinar: How to Accelerate Innovation with the Power Platform
Location: Online

What could your business accomplish if everyone could build apps, data visualizations, and automated tasks? In our webinar, you will see what's possible with Microsoft's new Power Platform. We will also demonstrate how our clients are using it to improve productivity and accelerate innovation.

Dec 20
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Location: Appleton and Waukesha

On December 20th in Appleton and Waukesha, come watch the latest Star Wars movie and hear exciting news from Skyline Technologies!


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Spring 2019 Kentico User Group

 
Date: Apr 17 3:00 PM
Location: Waukesha County Technical College - Pewaukee Campus - 800 Main Street, Pewaukee, Wisconsin 53072 - Building: Q, Room: Q361
The WI Kentico User Group is a community focused on knowledge sharing around Kentico products. Users of all levels are welcome to join at any time – from those just getting started to those that have been rockin' and rollin' with Kentico. 

Here are the four topics and speakers for this spring's user group:
 

Intro to CSS Grid

Axel Larsen | Software Engineer II at Skyline Technologies

Axel is a consultant for Skyline Technologies and certified Kentico Developer specializing in front-end web development. After being introduced to CSS Grid last year, he’s spent some time learning and experimenting with its capabilities and introducing them to his fellow consultants at Skyline. Now that all ever-green browsers have fully supported CSS Grid for over a year, it’s a great time to learn and start using this highly anticipated feature of CSS.
 

Transitioning from Portal to MVC

Trevor Fayas | Kentico MVP - Senior Software Engineer I at Heartland Business Systems

Trevor Fayas is a Senior Software Engineer I at Heartland Business Systems and a 2019 Kentico MVP. He is ranked in the top 10 Kentico Developer Network Q&A Contributors, and has published multiple tools on the Kentico Marketplace. Trevor’s passion is to help build and equip Kentico users and developers with the tools to really take their site to the next level.
 

Quick Tips for Better UI/UX

Peter Chanthasena | Sr. UI UX Designer at Skyline Technologies

Peter has been designing professionally for 11 years (since 2008) and has been an interface designer for 9 of those years. He has worked on projects ranging from native mobile applications and video games to enterprise applications and websites. When he isn't on a computer for work, he enjoys traveling with family, and is a big Star Wars fan.
 

First Impressions of a Kentico MVC Project 

Sally Schmidt | Web Solutions Consultant at Heartland Business Systems

Sally has 20 years’ experience researching and developing web sites and online applications. She sets the vision for projects by gathering, analyzing and defining business and functional requirements, and target audience needs and expectations. She guides decision making based on usage data and audience feedback analysis.

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