- October 15 - Shaun Walker: Blazor - Blazing A New Trail For .NET Web Developers.
Title: Blazor: Blazing A New Trail For .NET Web Developers. Description: Blazor is a revolutionary single-page app framework for building full-stack interactive web apps with .NET Core. Blazor WebAssembly uses Wasm, an open web standard that does not require plugins in order to run applications natively in a web browser. Blazor Server uses SignalR to host your application on a web server and provide a responsive and robust user experience. Blazor applications work in all modern web browsers, including mobile browsers. In this session Shaun Walker will provide a deep dive on Blazor. He will also showcase a new modular application framework written using Blazor called Oqtane. Bio: Shaun Walker is the original creator of Oqtane and DotNetNuke, modular web application frameworks which have the earned the recognition of being among the largest, most successful, pioneering Open Source projects native to the Microsoft platform. He has 25+ years professional experience in architecting and implementing enterprise software solutions for private and public organizations. Based on his significant community contributions he has been recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) as well as an ASPInsider for over 10 consecutive years. He was recognized by Business In Vancouver in 2011 as a leading entrepreneur in their Forty Under 40 business awards, and is currently the Chair of the Project Committee for the .NET Foundation. Shaun is currently a Technical Director and Enterprise Guildmaster at Cognizant Softvision.
- ONETUG Virtual Coffee Hour
We will (attempt) to run a lean coffee style meetup where we throw 3-4 career related topics on the board and time limit discussions on these topics. Join Teams Meeting https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_ZTE3YmJmNmEtYjYyZi00MmZlLWJiOWYtMmEyYmQwOTAwMDQy%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%22f1635c6e-e430-421e-9662-43b0f74ad9c9%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%225bd84ff5-edd8-4a0b-8b0a-fad46078ab41%22%7d
- ONETUG Virtual Coffee Hour
We will (attempt) to run a lean coffee style meetup where we throw 3-4 career related topics on the board and time limit discussions on these topics. Join WebEx Meeting https://orlandonetusergroup.my.webex.com/orlandonetusergroup.my/j.php?MTID=md2c20797596f7251f1e7b170e857d878
- Sivamuthu Kumar: Building Event Driven Apps with Dapr in Kubernetes
Talk Title: Building Event Driven Apps with Dapr in Kubernetes Abstract: Dapr (Distributed Application Runtime) is a portable, event-driven runtime that makes it easy for developers to build resilient, microservice stateless and stateful applications that run on the cloud. In this session, we will go through an overview of Dapr, how it enables distributed application development. Dapr brings proven patterns and practices to you. It unifies event-driven, and actors semantics into a simple, consistent programming model and Dapr supports all programming languages without framework lock-in. This talk goes more in-depth into these building blocks of distributed microservices such as state stores, messaging, resource bindings, etc. with demos and workflow of the deployment of services and runtime. Speaker Bio: Siva is a software architect working at Computer Enterprises, Inc. (https://www.ceiamerica.com), helping teams build and deliver mobile, IoT, and cloud and architecture specifications. When he’s not busy leading the way on building innovative tech, he loves developer community-related work where he can share projects and learn from other developers.
- Steve Lorello: An introduction to Computer Vision in .NET
Talk Title: An introduction to Computer Vision in .NET Abstract: Computer Vision is revolutionizing the world around us. It's ubiquitous and yet the entry points are opaque and can be a bit daunting to understand. This talk will break down these barriers as we cover some of the basics of Computer Vision in .NET - convolution, edge detection, facial detection, feature tracking, and some basic augmented reality using OpenCV. Speaker Bio: Steve Lorello got his start building .NET software while working on the Global Positioning System and has been obsessed with .NET development ever since. Today Steve works as the .NET Developer Advocate for Vonage by day and studies artificial intelligence and computer perception as a grad student at Georgia Tech by night.
- Steve Smith: Clean Architecture with ASP.NET Core
Clean Architecture with ASP.NET Core ASP.NET Core provides better support for clean, testable, maintainable architectures than any of its predecessors. Learn the underlying principles that apply to project/solution organization, how best to arrange your projects to support clean code, and how to refactor existing solutions toward this architecture. Examples will use ASP.NET Core but the principles covered apply to all languages and platforms. About Steve Steve Smith (@ardalis) is an entrepreneur and software developer with a passion for building quality software as effectively as possible. Steve has published several courses on Pluralsight, covering DDD, SOLID, design patterns, and software architecture. He’s a Microsoft ASP.NET MVP and Insider, a frequent speaker at developer conferences, an author, and a trainer. Steve works with companies that want to avoid the trap of technical debt by helping their teams deliver quality software, quickly. Steve and his team have been described by clients as a “force multiplier”, amplifying the value of existing development teams. Steve’s client list includes Microsoft, Quicken Loans, Celina Insurance, and many other satisfied customers. Hosting details: This will be live on Zoom https://zoom.us/j/92764089099?pwd=Q09WVmRGWVVVd0JFTHIwckpnc1E0QT09 with attendees having the ability to ask questions on Zoom
- ONETUG Virtual Lean Coffee: career edition
We will run a lean coffee style meetup where we throw 3-4 career related topics on the board and time limit discussions on these topics. Tanner Roe our resident recruiting expert will also share his top 5 resume buiding/career tips Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/95308264877?pwd=ck51SVFCYjZJQ0Jjc0t6ZWgwVDlTUT09 Meeting ID:[masked]
- Al Rodriguez: The App Communication Juxtaposition (Virtual Talk)
What the talk is about: How do your applications communicate with each other? I’m guessing they pass around JSON messages. Was that right? Of course, it was right! Except for Harper who uses GRPC. And for Logan who uses SignalR. So why do they use those technologies instead of sending JSON messages everywhere? Let’s talk about that with a whole Pro/Con overview of those three technologies along with how to get started using them in .NET. Hosting details: This is our first attempt at a completely remote and virtual talk. This will be broadcast live on our Twitch account https://www.twitch.tv/orlandodotnetug with attendees having the ability to ask questions via the chat on Twitch