1918 8th Ave
.NET Core 1.0 is the new .NET. ASPNET Core 1.0 is the new ASP.NET. .NET on Linux is the new hotness. In only minutes, you'll learn how to install .NET on Linux and create your first program. You'll learn about: the different parts of .NET Core 1.0; package managers and NuGet; the new command line interface (CoreCLI); and a great editor that is not Visual Studio. By the end of this presentation, you will know how to create a C# program that runs on Linux. No smoke, no mirrors, no tricks; it just works. We’ll see how to create a basic MVC program, and then we’ll run that program in a Linux container. Finally, we’ll debug the program, running in a Linux container, *from within Visual Studio running on Windows*. You'll also learn why this is important to you and your organization. Finally, you'll leave with all the tools needed to start right away, including a Developer's Copy of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) that you can start using on your PC or Mac today.
A developer since the beginning of time, Don is currently a Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat, with a focus on Microsoft .NET on Linux. His mission is to bring .NET developers into the Linux and open source communities. Prior to Red Hat, Don was a Developer Advocate at Rackspace. He still enjoys cooking and still hates the designated hitter rule.
6:30pm - Doors open / Food by iMatch / Networking
7:00pm - News and announcements
7:10pm - Presentation
8:30pm - Wrapped Up
Due to space considerations, we ask that if you have RSVP'd and you have decided not to come that you please update your RSVP accordingly so that someone else can attend in your stead.
When you arrive
Due to security considerations you will need to come to the security station on the 1st floor between 6-7PM. The security guard will sign you in and a Parametric representative will shuttle you to the 30th floor from there. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to escort you to the event after 7PM.
The building parking garage locks at 7PM. We encourage you to find parking on the street, in an outside lot, or use alternative transportation.
I do WPF UI and .Net EventSource ETW performance development, because it's all about performance.
.NET Developer Interests include OpenXML API and document assembly
I am human. Sorry.
Breaking things since 2005.
I have around 9 years of development experience on .net platform.