Upcoming Events

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We meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month at Issuetrak.

6160 Kempsville Circle
Norfolk, VA 23502

Please use the east entrance facing Kempsville Road.

Stay in Touch

Have You Heard of Slack?

Slack is a great way to chat real-time with local developers in various chat rooms. Think of IRC on steroids :-)

Join the 757 Dev Slack!

Meeting Info

We are a group of developers in the area who are dedicated to expanding our knowledge of technology and growing our network of professional relationships. We offer meetings on a variety of subjects and we welcome developers of any skill level and any programming language. All of the meetings are free and open to the public, so bring an IT friend or student to spark their interest. HRNUG isn't just for .NET developers so bring along any of your technology skills, job postings or training opportunities and come learn, network and have fun!

Speaking at HRNUG

HRNUG has been providing amazing .NET speakers and content since founded by Kevin Griffin in 2009 and we are always open to speakers of any level to engage with our users. We would love to have you present to our local community and invite you to speak during one of our monthly presentations. We have an average of 20-30 attendees at our meetings and are an INETA accredited user group.

If interested, please send an email to meeting organizer John Hadzima with the month you would like and a few topics we can choose from.

People That Make This Happen

Why Sponsor HRNUG?

Members are always looking for new and exciting opportunities. When we are approached by a member, looking for a new job, tools or training, we always direct them to our sponsors.

When you sponsor our meetings, you’ll gain access to scores of local developers. A company active in our community stands out above all others.

Our weekly meeting invitations and announcements reach over 300 developers. It’s a perfect opportunity for us to help promote your product or services.

Email meeting organizer John Hadzima for more info.