• .NET Core 3.0 launches at .NET Conf 2019! (watch party)

    .NET Conf is a FREE, 3 day virtual developer event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft. This year .NET Core 3.0 will launch at .NET Conf 2019! Come celebrate and learn about the new release. You won't want to miss this one. AGENDA --------------------------------------------------------------- • 17:30 - Doors Open • 18:00 - Keynote • 19:00 - Sessions • 20:00 - End of event. * More details about the keynotes and the sessions coming soon!

  • Logging Is Hot Again, by Gael Fraituer

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    If you think logging is boring, stop yawning and think again! Designed for the ages of monolithic synchronous applications running in data centers or on the desktop, traditional text-file-oriented logging frameworks such as log4net or nlog are becoming obsolete. New tools, best-practices and standards are emerging to make sense out of massively distributed and asynchronous applications that run in the cloud, in containers, or in mobile devices. Solutions for a world where storage and computing power are cheap and can be provisioned within minutes. Starting with the question “what do we want to log and why?”, this talk gives a bird’s eye overview of the new logging landscape. It introduces open-source solutions like Elasticsearch, Fluentd or OpenTracing, and commercial services like Application Insights. On a code level, it shows how PostSharp can help to generate highly detailed logs with minimal efforts. The key takeaway of this talk is a broad understanding of the business of logging and application instrumentation, so you’re ready to make choices on your own. ABOUT THE SPEAKER --------------------------------------------------------------- Gael Fraiteur has been passionately programming since childhood; building and selling his first commercial software at age 12. He is Founder and Principal Engineer at PostSharp Technologies based in Prague, Czech Republic. Gael is a widely recognized expert in aspect-oriented programming and pattern-aware compilers. He speaks at developer conferences in Europe and the United States. OUTLINE --------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Logging in the cloud > Logging is changing > Expectations of operations vs application development > Logging in the cloud: the log processing pipeline > The Elastic Stack: example with Serilog > A list of open-source and commercial solutions > Buyer’s wish list: how to evaluate a solution 2. Automatic code instrumentation 3. Correlating distributed logs > the OpenTracing specification > System.Diagnostics.DiagnosticsSource > DIY log correlation with Serilog: example with ElasticSearch > Hierarchical ids 4. Statistical processing: semantic vs structured logging 5. Sampled logging AGENDA --------------------------------------------------------------- • 18:00 - Doors Open • 18:30 - Gael Fraiteur, Logging is hot again! • 20:00 - Questions • 20:30 - End of event.

  • Microservices—After the Hype and Into the Future?

    innoQ Deutschland

    Microservices are no longer a hype. Quite the contrary. Many are now disillusioned and believe that microservices are actually too complex to be used successfully. This talk shows where microservices have succeeded and where they have failed. The lessons learned show how software architecture can improve beyond microservices and take the next step. AGENDA: • 6:30 pm—Doors open, the event starts! Grab a piece of pizza and have a drink! • 7:00 pm—Eberhard Wolff will talk about the success and failure of microservices. • 8:00 pm—Questions / Discussion with Eberhard --- Header image taken from Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/photos/fN603qcEA7g