- Getting Started with Docker for Windows
Description: In this developer focused talk we'll discuss container architecture and getting started with containers in windows. We will also demonstrate: - Creating docker images with Dockerfile - Adding containers to registries - Container runtime management - Next steps to enterprise container management and operations at scale. Bio: Jason van Brackel is the Director of Community for Rancher Labs. He daily works to level-up open source Kubernetes and Rancher users to adopt true DevOps, with the goal of creating awesome teams, who love solving hard problems. He is also the organizer of the Philadelphia Kubernetes Meetup and is a regular presenter at events in the Kubernetes, Open source, and .NET communities.
- WebAssembly: The New Endgame? ( Project Blazor )
WebAssembly: The New Endgame? You may have heard of WebAssembly, like myself you probably asked "why"? Why have another way of doing web? Why introduce another standard or technology? In a world of technology saturation, what good can this do? All these questions will be answered in this session. We will explore Microsoft's experimental .NET web framework using C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly. We will uncover the capabilities and limitations. We will see this in action and debug C# code in the web dev tools, and more. Is this the next major web innovation for the developer community? I hope you join me to find out. Speaker bio: David Pine is a Microsoft MVP, Google Developer Expert and Technical Evangelist working at Centare in Wisconsin. David loves knowledge sharing with the technical community and speaks internationally at meetups, user groups, and technical conferences. David is passionate about sharing his thoughts through writing as well and actively maintains a blog at davidpine.net. David's posts have been featured on ASP.NET, MSDN Web-Dev, MSDN .NET, Dot Net Curry and InfoQ. David loves contributing to open-source projects and StackOverflow.com as another means of giving back to the community. David sat on the technical board and served as one of the primary organizers of Cream City Code for going on four years. When David isn’t interacting with a keyboard, you can find him spending time with his wife and their three sons, Lyric, Londyn and Lennyx. Follow David on Twitter at @davidpine7.
- Chain Reactive: Client-Server Framework For Mobile
Details Chain Reactive is a client-server framework for building better mobile line-of-business apps with reactive properties and JSON Patch. Apps are better in that the UI is very responsive, and comes alive by quickly reflecting user interactions and data changes made on both the current and other clients. Apps are faster and easier to build in that most of the client-side and server-side code you write is business logic instead of infrastructure. Expressing business logic and implementing features becomes frictionless once you learn the high-level concepts underlying the framework – like interconnected properties that always have up-to-date values – and the techniques to take advantage of them. You can then stay focused on fulfilling actual business needs, while relying on the framework to breathe life into your logic and features across clients. For more information, see https://chainreactive.org. Speaker: Adrian Alexander Pinter Adrian is a .NET developer with 25+ years’ experience. He’s spent the past seven years developing Saucepos, a multilingual Point-of-Sale app, while also developing Chain Reactive as a foundation for current and future projects. He’s a perfectionist and an idealist with a low tolerance for verbose code or standard but deficient architecture. He codes for maximum flexibility and maintainability, and he thrives on the challenges faced in creating new and better architecture.
- Simple DevOps with Azure Functions
Simple DevOps with Azure Functions Matt wrote his first program in Fortran on a card punch machine in the early 80s. He survived the experience and moved on to use Toolbook, Delphi, VB, and finally the .Net framework for the last 15 years. He still gets twitchy when someone mentions DCOM or CORBA and doesn't want to get into a discussion about where curly braces should go. Here's an Outline of Matt's presentation... The main job of a software developer is to solve problems using code. Anything that gets in the way of writing code is a distraction and negatively impacts productivity. Serverless platforms (Azure Functions) have the lowest friction to run your code. This talk will show you how to create an Azure Function complete with unit tests, integration tests, and Build & Release pipelines in Azure DevOps. • Creating a function in VS Code • Local testing • Using yml, bash, and ARM to easily create build & release pipelines • Add unit tests • Add integration tests The Speaker is Matt Burleigh
- Power BI
Microsoft Power BI Microsoft Power BI is a business analytics service provided by Microsoft. It provides interactive visualizations with self-service business intelligence capabilities, where end users can create reports and dashboards by themselves, without having to depend on information technology staff or database administrators. Speaker: Kevin Goff – Microsoft Data Platform (SQL Server) MVP – Microsoft MVP since 2005 – Database/Business Intelligence architect/consultant – Frequent Speaker in the Mid-Atlantic – Columnist for CODE Magazine (Baker’s Dozen Productivity Series)
- Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Cluster Management with Rancher 2.0
Azure Kubernetes Service makes standing up Kubernetes clusters quick and easy. Managing it is a whole other matter. In this presentation we'll examine Kubernetes, Rancher 2.0, and how we can effectively manage clusters with Rancher. Speaker: Jason van Brackel is a Senior Solutions Architect for Rancher. He is also the organizer of the Kubernetes Philly Meetup and loves teaching at code camps, user groups and other meetups. Having worked professionally with everything from COBOL to Go, Jason loves learning, and solving challenging problems.
- Introduction to Ethical Hacking
In this fast paced presentation we will take a look behind the scenes at the basic hacking methodology that most hackers use when attempting to break into an organization. This will be followed by a quick introduction to the now updated OWASP Top 10 and a quick introduction to various web application security tools(Burp Suite, OWASP ZAP, Archery) that can be used in your environment to start testing for web application vulnerabilities. Speaker: Brandon S. Keath works as a Senior Security Engineer for D&H Distributing, a Harrisburg, PA based distribution company. Brandon has over 10 years of experience in IT in a variety of disciplines. Brandon obtained his Bachelor’s in Information Technology from Central Penn College located in Harrisburg, PA. Brandon is currently finishing his masters thesis for a degree in Cyber Security and Information Assurance at Western Governors University. With plans to start on a Doctorate in Cyber Security in the fall. Brandon lectures on several different IT security topics at local IT meetups discussing IT Security, application development, and secure programming techniques.