- Introduction to Azure Data Factory - Yared Tsegaye
Big data requires services to orchestrate and operationalize processes to refine the large raw data into actionable business insights. Azure Data Factory is a managed cloud service that is built for these complex hybrid extract-transform-load (ETL), extract-load-transform (ELT), and data integration projects. This presentation will help get started with Azure Data Factory using both UI and .NET SDK. Bio: Mr. Tsegaye is an AIS Technical Architect with approximately 20 years of professional experience in software engineering, development, and architecture. His experience in an end-to-end cloud deployment, cloud technical customer engagement, including architectural design sessions, specific implementation projects and proof of concepts. He also has experience in end-to-end deployment and usage for Azure Data Services such as Azure Data Factory, Azure Data Lake Store, Azure Blob Storage, Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Azure Event Hubs, Azure Data Lake Analytics, Azure Machine Learning.
- Building Apps and Services with ASP.NET Core 3 - Scott Allen (MVP)
Come see what's new with the ASP.NET Core 3.0 framework! We will look at the fundamentals of ASP.NET Core, but also peek at new features for Razor and new techniques for services using gRPC. There's even a new version of the C# language! Scott Allen is the founder of OdeToCode, a Pluralsight author, and the CTO of Medisolv Inc. At OdeToCode, Scott has specialized in software development, consulting, and training across a broad range of technologies. As a Pluralsight author, Scott has taken the lessons learned from real software development work and created more than 40 video training courses covering C#, ASP.NET, Angular JS, Node JS, Azure, Docker, and more. In the CTO role, Scott drives the strategic vision, technology choices, and architecture for commercial software products built to improve the quality of care at hospitals. You’ll also find Scott as a speaker at conferences like NDC, SDD, and VSLive!, as well as his local CMAP user group in Columbia, Maryland.