All Your Signals R Belong to Us" or "How to be Awesome at Real Time Web

All Your Signals R Belong to Us" or "How to be Awesome at Real Time Web

Presented by: James Chambers, Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET

Trying to make an app "stick" is tough enough, and keeping users aware of changes to their data or data affects them can be hard - even harder if you want to support different clients. Come check out SignalR, the open-source solution to presence and server-sourced data push. Fully supported through development tooling with templates available for every major mobile platform and OS, SignalR takes long polling and makes it sexy.

Speaker bio:


James Chambers is an entertaining and fast-moving speaker that keeps you on your toes with content coming a mile a minute (or faster). He pulls no punches with the technology he talks about, and knows it inside-out because he uses it every day. Employed at LogiSense Corp as the Product and Community Development Manager, James is also a Microsoft MVP in Asp.Net/IIS and speaks at conferences, workshops, UG events and brown-bag lunches across Canada where he tries to get the audience laughing with him more than at him. Beyond his technology interests (which span from web to cloud to mobile) he is also active in the community raising funds to alleviate poverty, provide clean drinking water and to help find a cure for Juvenile Diabetes.

Twitter: @CanadianJames

Blog: http://jameschambers.com/



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  • Mike A.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the presentation.

    February 5

  • Andrew S.

    Excellent presentation, I am very interested to learn more and cant wait to try out some of this material.

    February 5

  • Teymour A.

    James is a great and very engaging speaker, his enthusiasm for technology is infectious!

    February 5

  • Darren J.

    A very informative and enjoyable introduction to a powerful tool!

    February 5

  • Tom W.

    The comfy chairs were great. James of course is always a awesome speaker. Looking forward to having him come out again.

    February 4

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