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Upcoming events (5+)

Build Awesome AF Apps!

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Bio: Rachel currently works for JetBrains as a Developer Advocate. She has been in the business of creating software for 30 years, as well as working as an author, mentor, and international speaker. During her career, she has worked on projects of all sizes from the smallest of apps, to the largest enterprise systems at some of the world’s leading companies. Rachel’s expertise is in web and cloud development on the Microsoft .NET stack. Her hobbies include science, reading, languages, and travel. Talk: Azure functions enables developers to host and run chunks of code in the cloud, without the need for creating and maintaining the infrastructure around that code. This means you don't need solutions and projects like you do when developing websites and APIs. They are event driven, serverless, compute-on-demand experiences that you can write in several languages, from JavaScript to C# to Python to PowerShell. Azure functions can enable integrated backend operations for a wide array of scenarios including web and apps, IoT, and more. With Azure functions, you can immediately get your code up and running, which is essential in today's ever changing technology world. In this session, you'll learn how to build awesome Azure functions apps variety of scenarios.

How to get a grip on your microservices system using a service-mesh

About Edwin van Wijk: Edwin has been working in IT since 1999 and is currently working as Principal Software Architect and Microsoft Community Lead at Info Support in The Netherlands. He is a Microsoft MVP in the Developer Technologies category (since 2016). His primary areas of expertise are: building distributed systems, systems integration, (cloud-native) software architecture and patterns, software craftsmanship, .NET (Core) development, Azure and DevOps. Edwin likes to share his experience and knowledge about these subjects by publishing videos (www.youtube.com/dotnetflix) and speaking on conferences. Talk: How to get a grip on your microservices system using a service-mesh Many organizations are now building microservices based systems. But with the adoption of this architecture-style, the need arises for a good way to manage and monitor all the services and their traffic. To handle this, you can leverage what is called a service-mesh. In this session attendees will learn what a service-mesh is and how to implement one for a microservices based system using Kubernetes and Istio. Topics covered are: intelligent traffic-routing, canary releasing, testing resiliency using chaos-engineering and monitoring using several available telemetry dashboards. It's a very practical session with lots of demos and deep-dives into code and configuration. All the code shown in de demos (including an elaborate description on how to run the demo application) is available for attendees on Github.

Doing Docker DevOps style - workshop

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Trainers: - Alex Thissen - Loek Duys This training introduces you to Docker and container technology for DevOps teams. We will show you how to apply DevOps practices to cloud-based container solutions, complete with hands-on exercises. The training uses Microsoft tooling and technology, but the skills you will learn can be applied in any technology stack. After the workshop you will be able to do Docker DevOps style. Objectives: Understand the implications for DevOps teams to build, deploy and run container based solutions in a cloud environment. · Automate everything from infrastructure to deployment · Achieve full traceability from source code to production incidents · Practice finding and fixing a bug without downtime · Get hands-on experience supporting DevOps practices with available tools ➡️ More details & Tickets : https://app.eventway.io/e/dotnetdays-2021

Building reliable event-driven microservices architectures - workshop

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Trainers: - Szymon Pobiega - Tomasz Masternak The workshop focuses on building line-of-business, fault-tolerant, cloud-based distributed systems. Such systems cannot afford to lose messages (nobody wants their order for Christmas gifts to be lost) nor to get them duplicated (that second Porsche in the driveway -- who ordered that?). In the past, we used to build such systems on the firm ground established by distributed transactions or large database instances - serving both as business data stores and messaging brokers. These times have come to an end as these technologies are either too expensive, too cumbersome, or simply not available anymore. Through the workshop, you will learn how to use simple and inexpensive components available in the cloud to build reliable and robust systems that don't compromise consistency. The key to this is making peace with message duplication (yes, that's a fact of life) and understanding how and where it can be dealt with. Some of the topics we are going to cover: - Synchronous vs asynchronous communication in microservices - Message delivery guarantees and message deduplication - Designing and testing distributed algorithms - Working effectively with infinite-scale databases such as DynamoDB or Cosmos DB - Reliable and robust communication via HTTP ➡️ More details & Tickets : https://dotnetdays.ro

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