LDNUG - July 2019

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We're back at Skills Matter's CodeNode this month, with speakers Joe Curzon showing you how to be evil with C#, and Toby Henderson talking about HTTP API patterns. Please sign up with Skills Matter if you're coming (https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/12547-ldnug-july-2019) - they'll send you a registration code by email which you'll need to get into the venue on the night. Thanks!

Toby Henderson - HTTP API patterns

I GET how to DELETE but the real question is "To PUT or to POST?" or is it PATCH? What there's more?!

After doing the standard HTTP CRUD, sometimes you need to do more, become a little more sophisticated in your manipulation of resources and add some depth to your HTTP API.

This talk will take you through some common HTTP API patterns, provide you with names for these patterns so we can talk about them, describe what the patterns are and when they are generally used, and go through working examples.

Hopefully this information will help people create richer HTTP APIs, make you REST easy and everything 200 OK.

Toby Henderson is currently an Application Architect at Huddle. Previously he worked in the finance sector as a developer, operations manager and technical architect for over 15 years. Very fussy about coffee, likes good food and booze. You can find him on Twitter as @holytshirt.

Joe Curzon: "Being Evil with C#"

While most tech talks will tell you the current best practices, this tech talk goes a bit off the rails and shows you some things you shouldn't really do and why. Consider this micro talk a brief dive into not just the worst practices, but also being a bit evil with C#.

Joe Curzon is a FinTech developer based in London. He's keen about best practices, TDD and UX. When he's not coding he can be found exploring the coffee shops near his office in an endless quest to fuel his caffeine addition.

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