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Digital technology and the war in Ukraine

Digital technology and the war in Ukraine
Microsoft President & Vice Chair, Brad Smith, published post describing the company’s leadership role “in coordinating with the Ukrainian government, as well as with the European Union, European nations, the U.S. government, NATO and the United Nations, in supporting cybersecurity and fighting misinformation related to the war in Ukraine.”

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Donation for Good – Charitable initiative

Donation for good
Donation for Good is a personal initiative of Andrey Gubskiy aimed at raising funds to support charity projects and defenders of Ukraine.
The war has left its mark on the life of each Ukrainian.
We all have experienced the changes this war has brought. We want providing assistance where it is most needed at the moment.

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  • Dnipro

    Ukraine's fourth-largest city, with about one million inhabitants. It is located in the eastern part of Ukraine, 391 kilometres southeast of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on the Dnieper River, after which it is named.
    • .NET User Group Dnipro

      .NET User Group Dnipro is an informal environment for developers united by common interests in new technologies, willingness to share knowledge and desire to get new experience, learn from colleagues. Communication within the community is realized in the form of free periodic thematic meetings for the exchange of experience, and also continues on the Internet. The community is completely open, and anyone interested in Microsoft technology can become a member by registering on the site or attending a meeting.

    • Microsoft User Group Dnepropetrovsk

      Microsoft User Group Dnepropetrovsk is a group of like-minded people united by an interest in new technologies and a willingness to share experience, gain new knowledge and have a good time.


    Industrial city in eastern Ukraine located on the Kalmius River in the disputed Donetsk region. Donetsk was the fifth-largest city in Ukraine.
    • Donetsk .NET UserGroup Discontinued

      On October 21, 2011, in the Donetsk branch of the Computer Academy "STEP," a new spacious conference hall gathered over 75 people. Among them were experienced software developers and students enthusiastic about computer technologies and development on the .NET platform. It was the first meeting of the Donetsk .NET developer community.

    Global Communities

    • Microsoft MVP Ukraine

      Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, or MVPs, are technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community. They are always on the "bleeding edge" and have an unstoppable urge to get their hands on new, exciting technologies. They have very deep knowledge of Microsoft products and services, while also being able to bring together diverse platforms, products and solutions, to solve real world problems. MVPs make up a global community of over 4,000 technical experts and community leaders across 90 countries/regions and are driven by their passion, community spirit, and quest for knowledge.

    • Ukrainian .NET Developer Community

      Community of ukrainian developers who love C#, F#, VB.NET and use .NET platform.
      Community support //devdigest project, chat for Ukraine .NET developers and Telegram channel about .NET related news.

    • Microsoft Azure Ukraine User Group

      A group of developers and architects of applications in the Microsoft Azure cloud in Ukraine

    • Xamarin Ukraine User Group

      This is a group for those who are developing an application using Xamarin. The group is allowed to post helpful content and helpful discussions about Xamarin. The rest will be deleted.

    • .NET Community

      The .NET Community is an open community of .NET developers who cannot imagine their life without their beloved coding. It is also a platform for life-meetings, where we discuss technical topics, share experiences, communicate with colleagues and try ourselves as technical speakers. In this group, you can always find out about upcoming meetings, share your impressions of the events attended, write questions to the speaker or suggest a new topic for discussion.

    • UA .NET Community

      A community of people learning the .NET stack.

    • Uneta Discontinued

      The UNETA user group has existed for many years and was created to hold meetings of professional developers in order to exchange views, solve urgent problems and get ideas for further development. Over the course of its existence, more than one generation of excellent developers has grown up at community seminars.

    • Ukraine Dynamics 365 & Power Platform UG

      Ukraine Dynamics 365 & Power Platform UG - Ukrainian community of consultants, analysts, developers, administrators and other specialists who work with Microsoft Power Platform & Dynamics 365 technologies to discuss interesting topics and news, mutual assistance and exchange of professional experience.

    • The Microsoft Dynamics community in Ukraine

      Hundreds of Microsoft Dynamics professionals in Ukraine which worked for years with customers and partners around the world.


    Built in the mid-17th century as a fortress. The fortress was slowly transformed into one of the most prominent cities at the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains. A city visitor may find elements of various cultures intertwined within Ivano-Frankivsk, the Polish city hall, the Austro-Hungarian city's business center, the Soviet prefabricated apartment blocks at the city's rural–urban fringe, and others. Ivano-Frankivsk is also one of the principal cities of the Carpathian Euroregion.
    • IF .NET Community

      This page was created to openly discuss and inform the .NET community of Ivano-Frankivsk about the Microsoft technology stack.


    Kharkiv is the second-largest city in Ukraine. Located in the northeast of the country, it is the largest city of the historic Slobozhanshchyna region. Kharkiv was founded in 1654, and after humble beginnings as a small fortress, it grew to be a major centre of Ukrainian industry. Kharkiv was the first capital of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, from December 1919 to January 1934, after which the capital relocated to Kyiv. Presently, Kharkiv is a major cultural, scientific, educational, transport and industrial centre of Ukraine, with numerous museums, theatres and libraries, including the Annunciation and Dormition Cathedrals, the Derzhprom building in Freedom Square, and the National University of Kharkiv. Kharkiv was a host city for UEFA Euro 2012.
    • Sync.NET

      Sync.NET is a community of programmers where every .NET developer, regardless of their level, can learn something useful for themselves, discuss current issues and share experiences.

    • Kharkiv F# User Group

      User F# language group. We meet once a month to discuss new language and F # projects, share experience and find like-minded people!

    • KHARKIV ALT.NET Discontinued

      Kharkiv ALT.NET is a community of like-minded people who are interested in and work in the .NET platform. Our main goal is to share experience and gain new knowledge.


    Kyiv is the capital and most populous city of Ukraine. It is in north-central Ukraine along the Dnieper River. Kyiv is the seventh-most populous city in Europe. Kyiv is an important industrial, scientific, educational and cultural center of Eastern Europe. It is home to many high-tech industries, higher education institutions, and historical landmarks.
    • Kyiv F# User Group

      This group is for anyone interested in the F# programming language.

    • Kiev ALT.NET Discontinued

      A group of people united by their commitment to the .NET platform and any connections with Kiev.

    • DevRain Community

      A technical community driven by DevRain, Ukrainian software development company about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science, cloud technologies, civic tech.


    Lviv is the largest city in western Ukraine and the seventh-largest city in the country overall. Lviv is one of the main cultural centres of Ukraine.
    • Lviv .NET User Group

      Microsoft .NET User Group Lviv is an informal volunteer group of developers united by common interest in new technologies and eagerness to share knowledge and learn from peers. The group implies free in-person meetings on a regular basis for discussion and sharing information on various technical topics, as well as online communication of the group members. The user group is open, and any person interested in Microsoft technologies can join it by registration on the site, or by attending a meeting.


    Odessa is the third most populous city of Ukraine and a major tourism center, seaport and transport hub located on the northwestern shore of the Black Sea. It is a multiethnic cultural center. Odessa is sometimes called the "pearl of the Black Sea", the "South Capital" and "Southern Palmyra".
    • Odessa Microsoft .NET User Group

      Odessa .NET community is an initiative of 3 enthusiasts: Alex Tumanov, Anton Vidishchev, Roman Kalita. The initiative is to create a free and technologically oriented community in Odessa in order to revitalize the IT life of the city, establish friendly relations with colleagues, hold regular meetings with interesting and developing thematic reports.


    Rivne is a historic city in western Ukraine. Rivne is an important transportation hub, with the international airport.


    Sevastopol is a port city on the territory of the Crimean Peninsula. A city located in the southwest of the Crimean peninsula, on the coast of numerous bays of the Black Sea. All three ranges of the Crimean Mountains originate in the territory of the region.
    • Microsoft .NET User Group Sevastopol Discontinued

      Microsoft .NET User Group Sevastopol is an informal association of developers united by a common interest in new technologies, a willingness to share knowledge and a desire to learn from colleagues. Communication within the community is implemented in the form of free periodic thematic meetings for the exchange of experience, and also continues on the Internet. The community is completely open, and anyone interested in Microsoft technologies can become a member by registering on the site or attending a meeting.


    Sievierodonetsk is a city in the Luhansk Oblast of Ukraine. Sievierodonetsk has the status of a city of regional significance, It is located nearby the Seversky Donets River.


    Sumy is a city in northeastern Ukraine. It serves as the administrative center of Sumy Oblast. The city is situated on the banks of the Psel River. The city of Sumy was founded in the 1650s by Cossacks within the historical region of Sloboda Ukraine.
    • Sumy .NET User Group Discontinued

      A community of people interested in programming for Microsoft platforms and beyond. Everyone is invited to attend our events, enrich knowledge and share it.


    Ternopil is a city in western Ukraine, located on the banks of the Seret. Ternopil is one of the major cities of Western Ukraine and the historical regions of Galicia and Podolia. The city was founded in 1540.


    Vinnytsia is a city in western Ukraine, located on the banks of the Southern Bug. It serves as the administrative center of Vinnytsia Oblast. It is the largest city in the historic region of Podillia. The city's roots date back to the Middle Ages. It was under Lithuanian and Polish control for centuries. From 1653 to 1667, Vinnytsia was a regimental city of the Hetman state, and in 1793, it was ceded to the Russian Empire. During the 1930s and early 1940s, the city was the site of massacres, first during Stalin's purges and then during the Holocaust in Ukraine and the Nazi occupation. A Cold War–era airbase was located near the city. Currently, Vinnytsia is developing as one of the most comfortable cities for life in independent Ukraine.
    • Microsoft .NET User Group Vinnytsia Discontinued

      The Microsoft .NET User Group Vinnytsia Community is a group of like-minded people united by an interest in new technologies, a willingness to share knowledge, and a desire to learn from colleagues. It's no secret that often in one company it is not possible to gather really qualified specialists on all issues, which is why developers should unite, regardless of employers. User Group is a unique opportunity to learn new things and share knowledge with colleagues, solve a problem by attracting fresh forces, find out how your colleagues work, and expand your circle of contacts.

For community leaders

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.NET Developer Community

Meet like-minded developers, connect with the .NET team, find podcasts, and more. .NET meetups are a great and fun way of meeting other like-minded developers, and joining one couldn't be easier. Learn about tricks & tips, discover the latest .NET has to offer, or just come to be inspired.

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.NET Virtual User Group

Are you a .NET developer or interested learning how to build apps across web, mobile, desktop, server and more with .NET? Then you are in the right place! The .NET Virtual User Group works with global .NET User Groups to live stream presentations around the globe! Signup for an upcoming live stream!

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.NET Live TV

This is your one stop shop for all .NET and Visual Studio live streams across Twitch and YouTube. .NET Live TV takes things to a whole new level with the introduction of new shows. It is a single place to bookmark so you can stay up to date with live streams and with asingle click can join in the conversation.

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