In this talk we'll look at the murky and confusing world of hybrid web apps. We'll look at the different tools available for creating hybrid apps on multiple platforms. We'll look at where hybrid apps work well and where they don't.
If you are considering hybrid apps as an option, this is the talk for you.
Join Carl and Richard from .NET Rocks as they discuss the co-evolution of container technologies and microservices with panelists Michele Leroux Bustamante, Mark Rendle and Ben Hall. Is it all about Docker, or are there other products to consider? What do microservices and containers have to do with each other anyway? What makes a microservice different from a service? Is this still all about the cloud, or do containers and microservices make sense on-premise? Bring your questions and be part of the recording of a .NET Rocks episode!
If you want to become an active participant in the evolution of C#, come and learn how.
Now that C# 6 has been released, discussions are ramping up on what C# 7 will bring. There's a candidate list of features in the design notes . In this forward looking talk, I'll provide an overview of the potential features. I'll discuss some of the current thinking on how these features might surface in the language.
After discussing the potential features, I'll discuss how you can get involved in the process. Roslyn (C# 6) was open source. Now the design discussions are open as well. You will be able to comment on the language design discussions. You can help determine the final syntax. And you can help with the prioritization of different features.
By the time this talk starts, ASP.NET 5 and DNX should be at Release Candidate state, and .NET Core should be working too. All this means that you can run your ASP.NET MVC 6 applications in Docker containers on Linux machines, which is a brilliant way to run anything.
So come and find out all about how to embrace this brave new world, up to and including running your own little platform-as-a-service within Azure, AWS or other cloud or traditional hosting environments. I'll also show you how to have a cluster of applications running in Docker and live-reloading while you edit the code on the host machine. Yes, you read that right.
Warning: this talk may contain traces of Node. And Python. But definitely not Go.
Benjamin Hodgson is going to sadistically torture C#’s generic type system in the name of entertainment. In a series of increasingly extreme ventures to the edge of sanity, he’ll cover some advanced techniques for de-duplicating code, making APIs more expressive, and using the compiler to find more bugs than you would think possible.