1. How does ASP.NET Core manage to be more than 20x faster than ASP.NET? A large part of it is thanks to the brand new cross-platform .NET web server "Kestrel", based on libuv.
    In this talk, Damian and David from the ASP.NET team will talk about the challenges faced in trying to build a truly fast web server in .NET.

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  2. In the last couple of years there has been an explosion in JavaScript frameworks. How is a developer or business to make a wise choice? What are the advantages, trade-offs and differences? In this talk we’ll compare and contrast six popular front-end frameworks: Angular 1, Angular 2, Polymer, React, Ember and Aurelia. We’ll look at the same “Hello World” example in each framework so we can see, side-by-side, the differences in development strategy and philosophy.
    We’ll also discuss how these frameworks stack up against a set of both technical and non-technical key evaluators so that you can get beyond the hype and finally make a solid technical and business decision.

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  3. Working with Elixir is intoxicating. The syntax is clean, pattern matching is thrilling, and the power of the Erlang VM underneath is mind-blowing. But what can you actually build with it? What patterns do you use… what tools? Are Phoenix and Ecto my only choices for web and data frameworks?
    In this talk Rob Conery will share his experience migrating a Ruby on Rails application to Elixir, and the choices he faced along the way. We’ll dive into Agents, Supervision Trees, JSONB and potential life on Mars as we figure out the best way to structure an application in Elixir that works great both now and into the future.

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  4. Isn’t technology just awesome? Well we think it’s awesome and then a year or two later it’s old junk that for most of us, serves no further useful purposes. The technology of yesterday is rapidly becoming unrecognisable not just in the sense that it’s so different to what we use today, but a whole generation has literally never even seen a cassette tape or a rotary dial phone before.
    Looked at the other way, our present day technology was inconceivable such a short time ago. What we take for granted today was little more than a pipedream yesterday yet our lives would be unrecognisable without them. Our children could not conceive of a time without mobile phones or internet; there are adults today that have not known this time!

    This talk delves into how technology is changing around us from the essential to the absurd. Technology we put in our homes, technology we carry, technology we insert inside ourselves and all of it headed for rapid obsoletion as the next inconceivable wave takes hold. As much as yesterday’s technology is dead, today’s is on life support and we’d better get ready for the next big thing.

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  5. To some extent, optimization is to our industry what sexual intercourse is to teenagers. There's a veil of awesomeness surrounding it; everybody thinks it's cool, has an opinion about it, and talks about it a great deal; yet in spite of ample folklore, few get to do it meaningfully or at all.
    Improving the ordeals of teenage years being too daunting a project, the next best thing to do is teaching how to write fast code. So Andrei setout to write a book about it.

    This talk is a sneak preview into some of the book's material.

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NDC Oslo 2016

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From 6-10 June 2016, Oslo Spektrum was host to the ninth consecutive NDC Oslo. Once again NDC Oslo was a 5-day event with 2 days of pre-conference workshops and 3 days of conference.

The conference featured 162 speakers, 9 tracks and 175 conference…


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From 6-10 June 2016, Oslo Spektrum was host to the ninth consecutive NDC Oslo. Once again NDC Oslo was a 5-day event with 2 days of pre-conference workshops and 3 days of conference.

The conference featured 162 speakers, 9 tracks and 175 conference sessions covering topics such as:

.NET - Agile - Architecture - ASP.NET - Big Data - Business Skills - C - C# - C++ - Cloud - Concurrency - Continuous Delivery - Continuous Integration - Craftsmanship - Cross-Platform - Database - Design - Devops - Embedded -F# - Fun - Functional Programming - IoT - Javascript - Languages - Machine Learning - Microservices - Microsoft - Mobile - Monitoring - NoSQL - People - Python - Scalability - Search - Security - Testing - Tools - UI - UX - Web - and More

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