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ASP.NET Core 2.0 with Docker
Directions: From Gilmore Station on Gilmore Ave: Walk about half a kilometer towards south, turn left at Still Creek Dr and walk another half a kilometer. The building is on your left. From Still Creek Dr bus station on Willingdon Ave: Walk down the stairs, continue on Still Creek Dr for half a kilometer, the building is on your right. Parking: Free onsite parking available from 6PM Food: Sushi, pizza, pop and coffee sponsored by PerfectMind Technology Inc. Agenda: 6:00 PM to 7:20 PM - Main presentation by Krishna Kothumbaka & Medhat Elmasry 7:30 PM to 8:00 PM - Asp.Net Core, Docker and AWS case study presented by Vitor Rigoni with PerfectMind Technology Inc. Topic ASP.NET Core 2.0 with Docker This is the first of two talks on the topic of Docker Containers. The first talk will cover the basics: - an introduction to Docker architecture - create and run a container from an image downloaded from Docker Hub - containerizing applications using Docker We will look at both Linux & Windows native Docker containers in Windows 10. The talk is intended to be very practical. We shall create a simple ASP.NET Core 2.0 application in Visual Studio that connects to a containerized MySQL database. We will then also dockerize the ASP.NET Core 2.0 application. All scenarios will be demo'ed using both Linux & Windows containers. The second talk will be a month later and shall tackle the issue of deployment to the cloud through ACR (Azure Container Registry) and VSTS. Speakers (1) Krishna Kothumbaka: Krishna is an independent IT consultant and an instructor at BCIT. He works on both .NET and Java technologies. He enjoys learning and teaching new technologies. His current interests include Big Data, Mobile Application Development and Cloud technologies. (2) Medhat Elmasry (Microsoft MVP, Visual Studio and Development Technologies) Medhat Elmasry was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He obtained his first and second degrees from the UK. He wrote his first commercial computer program in Cobol on an NCR computer that used punched cards in the 80s while working for the "United Nations Economic Commission for Africa" in Addis Ababa. Currently, Medhat is an instructor at BCIT in the Computing department, an independent IT contractor, and a founder of the .NET BC user group in Vancouver, Canada. He is also a regular speaker at user group meetings and technology conferences. Medhat likes to dabble in various technologies pertaining to Web, .NET, Mobile, Cloud and Java spaces. He blogs at (3) Vitor Rigoni Vitor was born in the small town of Vitória in Brazil. With many years of software development in the suitcase, Vitor arrived in Canada in Q3 2017. He loves evangelizing best practices and has grown very fond of DevOps and infrastructure-as-code over the past couple of years. He works mainly with .NET, but doesn’t really care about the language as long as it gets the job done. Vitor is currently a Senior Software Developer at PerfectMind.

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4333 Still Creek Dr · Burnaby, bc


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