- .NET Core, Docker and After the Conference
Session 1 After the Conference Software developers spend the majority of their time in front of a pc, most likely in a single office, surrounded by familiar faces. Very few developers get the opportunity to attend international conferences, and when they do they leave the conference feeling inspired, enthusiastic and fired up. During the 'post-conference-high' phase, the developer senses a strong desire to learn, explore, discover and share technical knowledge. It is a wonderful but sometimes short-lived feeling. The reality is we live in a demanding, fast-moving and ever-changing world, and it is so easy to get preoccupied with everyday responsibilities that we are at risk of drifting back to everyday busyness. So many developers return to the workplace and the enthusiasm wears off. In this session, we will explore ways to help you remain fired up and we explore a series of easy and practical steps you can take to raise your profile while giving back to the local development community. Speaker Johan Olivier Session 2 .NET Core and docker Building and testing what you're deploying to production locally. Speaker Brett Miller
- Azure Front Door and ASP.NET Core Razor Pages
- Docker & Dragons and Building Add-Ins with the Office
- Where to Start with .NET Core and then Writing an emulator in .NET Core Skia#
Microsoft Campus Cape Town
Session 1 .Net Core is open source, but where do you start? Speaker: Colin Bob As a programmer, one of the principle learning tools that I have been taught is to "read the source code". However, for most of it's life, .Net has been closed sourced, and many programmers were forced to use disassembly tools to look under the hood and learn. Now there's .Net Core and it is completely open source and the landscape is pretty huge. Now the challenges are: where do I start, what are the different parts, where do I find the different parts, how do I run it locally and more. This talk is intended to answer these questions, dive into some of the low level components and perhaps encourage more programmers to move to .Net Session 2 CHIP8 'n' Dale - An adventure in writing an emulator in .NET Core Skia# Speaker: Dale Nunns It all starts with the question, I wonder how do emulators work? and ends with a deep dive into the 1970's CHIP-8 gaming platform and writing an emulator for it using .NET Core and Skia. If you're curious about emulators, old gaming systems or want to listen to tales of the old days when 4KB was a lot of memory this is the talk for you. Version 2.0 of my DeveloperUG talk, now with less bugs, better graphics and more features.