For over 15 years, the NYC .NET Developers Group has been the definitive community for .NET Developers in the New York City Metropolitan area. Each month, we bring you top speakers, free product giveaways, and great community networking, all for free. We meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month at the NY Microsoft Offices at 11 Times Square (West 41st Street and 8th Avenue).
Our group is run by well known experts in Microsoft technologies. Our own enthusiasm for the .NET platform and our close relationship with Redmond, Microsoft NY/NJ and the third-party .NET community ensure great speakers and great information.
JetBrains .NET Days Online is a free virtual event that will take place on May 11–12, 2021. Once a year, we invite community speakers to discuss topics they are passionate about. You can expect a variety of levels of technical content, and speakers may also share their personal experiences and development.
The topics on this year’s agenda include C#, F#, GraphQL, Blazor, gRPC, Hedy, working with databases, and debugging. On top of that, we’ll discuss stereotypes around legacy code and demonstrate how to build a React app backed with Azure features.
This meeting will be virtual. Please RSVP for meeting link.
Come join Sean Whitesell as we dive into what you need to know about microservices before you start building one.
6:30PM - INTRODUCTION: Housekeeping, open mic and other community announcements & request.
7:00PM - MAIN PRESENTATION: In the effort to be buzz-word compliant you get onboard and start making a microservice for nearly everything. You have learned that the only way to grow in this programming industry is to use microservices so you took a look at your codebase and started hacking away. Months later you pull your head out only to realize you have spent way too much time and money going the wrong direction from the start.
In this presentation, Sean will go over what are microservices, pros and cons, and a vast set of details. These details will highlight what developers need to know about microservices, networking, sharing code, sharing a database, and much more. If time permits, Sean will walk through an example of leveraging Domain-Driven Design to create microservices.
Sean is a Microsoft MVP, Cloud Architect, and .NET developer. He is also the president of the Tulsa .NET User Group. Sean is a frequent speaker at user groups and conferences.