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Seattle CodeCamp is a free multi platform / technology developer event. We have an amazing set of speakers who will present sessions on a variety of technologies. Go take a look at the current list of sessions (https://seattle.codecamp.us/sessions/) to get an idea of what to expect this year. Seattle Code Camp is 100% free and will be taking place on a Saturday, September 14th, at Seattle University, Pigott Building. [masked]th Avenue, Seattle WA 98122). Registration is now open! You must register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seattle-code-camp-2019-tickets-60630242688?aff=netdawest. Do not waitlist on the Meetup site. Thanks!
While you are probably already familiar with Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow; you may not know that Microsoft is bringing these tools together into a unified brand called: the Microsoft Power platform. In this session Microsoft Senior Program Manager, Charles Sterling will give an all demo introduction to these products AND how you can use these products together with other offerings such as their new database engine called Common Data Service for Apps and Microsoft Forms to create very sophisticated “no code/low code” solutions for Business Analysts and citizen developers. Speaker Charles Sterling Charles Sterling (Chuck) came to Microsoft from being a marine biologist working for United States National Marine Fisheries doing marine mammal research on the Bering Sea. He started out at Microsoft supporting Excel and moved through a couple of support teams to being an escalation engineer for Microsoft SQL Server. Taking his love for customers (and diving), Chuck moved to Australia as a product manager and developer evangelist for the .NET Framework. In 2008 he moved back to Redmond as the Visual Studio team as a program manager and recently moved to the Power BI team to continue his community passion and looking after the Power BI influencers and MVPs. Agenda 6:30pm - Doors open / Food by Google Cloud / Networking 7:00pm - News and announcements 7:10pm - Presentation 8:30pm - Wrapped Up Parking There is parking in the garage below the building. Also street parking on 6th behind building.
Async and await are now common elements of .NET ecosystem. Do you know how they work? Do you know what is synchronization context, how to wait for async void methods or how to implement custom task scheduler? In this talk I show internals of async and await. I present state machine created by the compiler, consider allocation issues and show typical deadlock scenarios. We will see how to call async methods from synchronous code, how to wait for async void, how to implement custom synchronization context or task scheduler to handle exceptions, and how to run task without allocation at all. Speaker Adam Furmanek I am Adam Furmanek and I have been working as a .NET developer for 5 years. Right now I am at Amazon working with Scala, Spark and Machine Learning. I am always interested in digging deeper, exploring machine code and going through implementation details to better understand internals of the technologies I use every day. That's why I like debugging, decompiling and disassembling the code to understand memory models, concurrency problems and other details hidden deeply inside. In my free time I play ping-pong, watch Woody Allen's movies and blog stuff at http://blog.adamfurmanek.pl 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.