NDC is a key arena for the transfer and exchange of knowledge. It's a meeting place for programmers, software architects, project managers and IT executives from around the world to learn about and exchange experience of .NET, agile methodologies, software development and much more. The conference attracts a wealth of famous names, and many of Norway's largest and most important IT companies have already signed up as partners. Last year we had over 1600 participants.
The new Async language feature is easy enough to use in common scenarios. But as the software architect or expert in your team, you’ll want to know more -- what are the best design practices? where are the hidden performance bottlenecks? how can you make your own code blend seamlessly with the new ‘await’ keyword? how does it actually work under the hood? how can you stretch it in powerful ways? You’ll leave this talk an expert on async.
Notes: Part 2 of 2.
Audience: Advanced programmers, or architects, or people who have written multithreaded code.
Building a simple yet flexible continuous integrated server from scratch using Powershell.During this session, we will build a continuous integrated system by using Powershell.The session will walk you through the common tasks involved in a CI-server and give some alternatives on how they can be implemented in powershell.After the session you will have a good understanding on how continuous integrated servers work and how you can leverage Powershell to create your own continuous integrated server or extending one you allready are using (e.g. CruiseControl.NET)Outline
The next release of Visual Studio has a major new language feature in VB/C#, “Async”. It will make for more responsive UIs, better performing web ASP websites, better network coding, and easier use of Phone/Silverlight/Windows APIs. Come to this talk to learn how it works and how to use it effectively. Learn how the .NET framework is changing to adapt to the Task-based Asynchronous Pattern. Learn what you should be doing right now to make your code ready for Async when it gets released.