Leveraging NuGet in Your Projects
Have you ever been in the situation where you had several related projects in, or multiple teams working out of, a single behemoth solution (maybe they all shared a set of common libraries)? Or maybe you have had to deal with a complicated procedure where you have to checkout and build supporting projects before you can actually work on your own project. We'll take a look at how we can simplify these scenarios, and support others, by turning our common libraries into NuGet packages that each dependent project can consume. We'll also look at how you can leverage CI and public or private NuGet servers to make the delivery process painless.
Duane Newman (@DuaneNewman (http://twitter.com/DuaneNewman))
Duane is Co-Founder of Alien Arc Technologies, LLC (http://alienarc.com) where he focuses on creating modern apps targeting mobile devices, modern desktops, and the Internet of Things. As a Microsoft MVP and technology enthusiast with a passion for good software he strives to bring solutions that improve or eliminate costly duplication and repetitive processes so more important things can be done. A fan of cross-platform native development, he promotes any development effort that gets a new app on his Windows Phone. Always interested in how software can improve processes he spends a lot of time working on DevOps issues with customers to automate workflow and reduce errors.
Introduction to ASP.NET Razor Pages - Matt Watson
Razor Pages are new with ASP.NET Core 2.0. Will do a little show and tell and discuss how they compare to ASP.NET MVC.
Kansys Staffing (http://kansys.com)
Matt Ogren ([masked])