The Atlanta .NET User Group is an independent user group formed by developers for developers. The group is the result of combining the Atlanta ASP.NET and Atlanta VB User Groups.
We are a founding member of INETA.
This User Group was formed for several reasons:
To facilitate the networking of .NET developers in Atlanta
To be a means for .NET developers to promote themselves within the Atlanta developer community
To promote .NET technology in the Atlanta area
To provide an opportunity to share and learn from each others experiences using .NET technology
If you are an Internet or a .NET developer your participation is both welcome and solicited. Come and be a part of this group and watch it grow along with .NET in the Atlanta area! We meet on the last Monday of each month except May and December.
Because we want your participation, if you are interested in giving a tutorial or presentation, or just want to make contact, please email one of the organizers with your topic or idea.
We've also now started a YouTube channel to host recorded meeting presentations and (possibly) other content of interest to our members. Check it out and be sure to Subscribe and turn on notifications so you'll know about new content when it's posted: https://bit.ly/ATL-DotNet-YouTube
There are a lot of tools available for ASP.NET Core web apps. At Headspring, we've adopted a go-to list of libraries and convention for organizing classes to help create streamlined codebases that are easy to develop in, reducing boilerplate activities, and flexible to change. We'll look at how database access happens with increased performance using DelegateDecompiler, how to keep business logic cleanly isolated with Mediatr, reducing straightforward assignment from database classes to the UI with Automapper, organizing code files vertically instead of by technical function, and leveraging Html Tags for enhanced server-side rendering.
Our speaker for tonight is Nolan Egly. Nolan fell in love with computers at an early age, and over time his interest has evolved from “What can I make them do?” to “How can I help others with this?” He’s worked at both product companies and consultancies in a variety of sectors including medical, government, and finance.
Nolan is currently a Principal Consultant at Headspring, where he helps guide architecture and coach team members while still actively writing code.