Building the Real-time Web with ASP.NET Core SignalR (Scott Addie)

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5:30 - 6:00: Pizza & Networking | 6:00 - 8:00: Presentation |

Speakers: Scott Addie

Much has changed since the 2013 inception of ASP.NET SignalR. The relevance of jQuery has diminished, WebSockets is widely adopted, and Microsoft has reimagined the entirety of ASP.NET with ASP.NET Core. But one thing hasn’t changed; real-time web apps are still extremely useful. With the release of ASP.NET Core 2.1, SignalR reemerged with some new characteristics. Building the real-time web has never been easier.

In this session, attendees will learn about the what, why, and how of building a real-time web app with ASP.NET Core. Practical use cases, interactive demos, and code will be presented. Leave equipped with the knowledge and confidence to build such an app and deploy it to Azure.

Scott Addie is an avid blogger, a Telerik Developer Network author, and a technical evangelist of the modern web. Scott has reached masses of developers through blog posts, articles, and speaking engagements at user groups, code camps, and conferences across the globe. With a strong emphasis on JavaScript and the Microsoft web technology stack, Scott holds numerous industry-recognized Microsoft development certifications and has been named a Microsoft MVP twice in the award category of Visual Studio and Development Technologies. His thought leadership in the .NET community has also earned him a seat in the Progress Developer Experts program. As a firm believer in giving back to the community, Scott is a frequent open source contributor to high-profile GitHub projects in the Microsoft developer ecosystem. In his day job as a "blue badge", Scott produces ASP.NET Core content for