What we're about

The .NET Developers Association is a west side community oriented group aimed at furthering the education of .NET developers. It is a spinoff of the .NET Developers Association eastside (http://east.netda.net) group.

It was originally founded as the Seattle .NET Startup group by Marcelo Calbucci.

Upcoming events (3)

Blazor, SignalR, Azure Functions and more!

AWS - Puget Sound Room

Exposing your internal business services to the web - Shayne Blazin' through Blazor - Jeremy Add the magic of real-time to your Serverless applications with SignalR Service - Anthony Testing and monitoring your Azure Functions - Cecil Panel Q&A - Speakers Speakers Jeremy Jeremy is a Cloud Developer Advocate for Azure at Microsoft. Jeremy wrote his first program in 1982, was recognized in the "who's who in Quake" list for programming the first implementation of "Midnight Capture the Flag" in Quake C and has been developing enterprise applications for 25 years with a primary focus on web-based delivery of line of business applications. Jeremy is the author of four technology books, a former 8-year Microsoft MVP for Developer Tools and Technologies, is an international speaker and writes regularly on cloud and container development. Jeremy follows a 100% plant-based diet and spends most of his free time running, hiking and camping, and playing 9-ball and one pocket. Anthony Before joining Microsoft as a Cloud Developer Advocate, I was a software architect at an e-commerce platform in Vancouver, BC. I'm a long-time ASP.NET developer and I'm currently focusing on .NET in Azure, but I'm also passionate about other technologies, such as: Node.js, containers, and Kubernetes. Shayne Shayne works for Microsoft as a Sr. Cloud Developer Advocate creating content on ASP.NET Core, Docker, and cross-platform development tools for the Azure platform. He is a previous ASP.NET MVP, INETA community speaker, and Telerik Developer Expert. Shayne often publishes content on ASP.NET, Docker, node.js, and API development and can always be found on twitter @spboyer or on his blog at tattoocoder.com Cecil Cecil Phillip is a software developer with almost a decade of experience with creating enterprise grade software solutions. Over his career, he has specialized in creating solutions using web technologies, .NET and Microsoft Azure. He has a passion for software architecture, testing and API design. Today, he's employed by Microsoft as a Cloud Developer Advocate where he helps guide developers on moving their applications to the cloud. Agenda 6:30pm - Doors open / Food by Google Cloud / Networking 7:00pm - News and announcements 7:10pm - Presentation 8:30pm - Wrapped Up Parking The building parking garage locks at 7PM. We encourage you to find parking on the street, in an outside lot, or use alternative transportation.

Distributed Tracing and Monitoring with OpenCensus in C#

AWS - Puget Sound Room

OpenCensus is an emerging standard for tracing and metrics of cloud services. You can use it to gain observability into applications that span multiple clouds and technological stacks. In this talk, we will use open source and vendor agnostic client libraries for OpenCensus and export telemetry to common distributed tracing systems such as Zipkin and others. Along the way. we will discuss core concepts such as tags, metrics, exporters, zPages and trace context propagation. Speakers Simon Zeltser Simon is a Software Engineer at Google (formerly Microsoft), with over a decade of experience building services at planet scale. He loves creating tools that improve deployment, application performance and testing-in-production of cloud services. At his spare time, Simon is an active Manchester United fan, helping to establish two of its official supporters clubs around the world. Agenda 6:30pm - Doors open / Food by Google Cloud / Networking 7:00pm - News and announcements 7:10pm - Presentation 8:30pm - Wrapped Up Parking The building parking garage locks at 7PM. We encourage you to find parking on the street, in an outside lot, or use alternative transportation.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Every .NET Developer

There’s a lot of buzz and hype on AI, ML, deep-learning, within Microsoft and the competition, and for good reasons! But, how can you easily learn about it without being a Data Scientist? – How can you start extending your .NET and .NET Core applications with AI features? This session will show you the multiple ways you can implement AI features on .NET apps, starting by positioning ML.NET with other products like Azure Cognitive Services, but also moving forward to more custom and flexible scenarios based on the new Machine Learning .NET (ML.NET). Speakers Cesar de la Torre Principal Program Manager at the .NET product Group. Focus on Machine Learning .NET (ML.NET), .NET Core, Microservices based architecture, Docker Containers and Azure. Agenda 6:30pm - Doors open / Food by Google Cloud / Networking 7:00pm - News and announcements 7:10pm - Presentation 8:30pm - Wrapped Up Parking The building parking garage locks at 7PM. We encourage you to find parking on the street, in an outside lot, or use alternative transportation.

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Serverless .NET on AWS

AWS - Puget Sound Room

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