February Event: An Introduction to .NET Core

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** Event Update **

Due to space and security restrictions at SpaceX we are going to be limited in terms of space, and only those members with a confirmed RSVP will be allowed into the facility.

If you are on the RSVP (yes) list:
If you are not going to be able to make it tonight and your RSVP is a yes, I ask that you please update your RSVP to "no" so that others on the waiting list can get on the list. Please do this by 12:30pm today. I'd really appreciate your assistance with this.

If you are on the waiting list:
If you don't get bumped to the confirmed list (yes) by 12:30pm, please note that capacity enforcement will strict tonight, and we can't guarantee admittance to anyone on the wait list.

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Summary

.NET Core is the re-envisioning of .NET designed for the needs of modern applications. .NET Core is designed with compatibility in mind and knowing a few simple tips and tricks will save you and your customers time when building libraries and applications on it.

In this session, you’ll learn what steps you should follow to make your libraries and apps build and run on .NET Core as well as tips for writing code that will build and run on both .NET Core and the .NET Framework. We will focus on practical examples, tools and guidance that you can use to be productive building on .NET Core.

About the Speaker
Bertrand Le Roy is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft with more than 30 years of professional experience, and a strong track record of delivering innovation.

He co-founded Orchard CMS (http://www.orchardproject.net/) and ramped up its community, helping its members build more than 100,000 web sites. He authored some of the most popular modules for Orchard, including an entire e-commerce stack & single-handedly built an entirely new CMS based on Node.js, DecentCMS. It was built in a few months, complete with hundreds of tests, and full documentation.

He co-founded a hardware startup, Nwazet, which designed, manufactured, and shipped dozens of products.

Bertrand has shipped core features of the ASP.NET platform, obtained 12 patents for Microsoft & and was an actor in the company's shift towards more open-source. He has written more than 500 blog posts over the last ten years, each reaching more than 10,000 readers.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/beleroy
https://twitter.com/bleroy
https://github.com/bleroy

Location
SpaceX
1 Rocket Road
Hawthorne, CA 90250
(off Crenshaw just South of the 105 freeway) http://www.spacex.com/

Parking Instructions
Please park in the lot directly across the street from our building in one of the marked visitor spots. In the event that all of the visitor spots are full, please ask a security guard for assistance.

If you park across the street, please wait for the walk signal before trying to cross. A green light without a walk signal will not allow you enough time to cross the street before the light changes.

Sponsor
This meeting is sponsored by SpaceX http://www.spacex.com/. Food and drinks will be provided.