Sponsor: TEKsystems (http://www.teksystems.com/) - Keaton Schweitzer ([masked]) @kschweit (https://twitter.com/kschweit)
Practical Patterns for the Progressing Programmer
Understanding software design patterns is critical for every developer who strives to be top-tier. Come join us as we explore some of the most common design patterns and discuss how you can leverage them to make your life easier. We will look at some real world code examples and learn to recognize common problems and how to use different design patterns to create elegant solutions. Learn to spot common anti-patterns and the pitfalls they bring. Join us and take the next step in your career.
Speaker: Brent Stewart (http://brentstewart.net/blog/) @BrentEStewart (http://twitter.com/brentestewart)
Spotlight Talk: ASP.NET 5: What Happened to Session and AppSettings?
ASP.NET 5 is all about using only the services you need. I will show you how to add the Microsoft.AspNet.Session service to Startup.cs. I will also show how to add the Session middleware to Startup.cs. One this is in place Session can be stored in a json string. AppSettings can be retrieved by creating a constructor in the appropriate controller which accepts an object holding the AppSettings. This is injected by runtime when creating the instance of the controller. ASP.NET 5 is a departure from what we are used to but hasn’t lost features we are accustomed to.
Speaker: Carolyn Schroeder (https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolyn-schroeder-688b214) @CarolynLSchroed (https://twitter.com/carolynlschroed)