- Blazing Pizza Hands-on Lab
- Code Camp 2019.2
Note=> Friday ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. The call for speakers is open through late September at https://sessionize.com/philly-net-code-camp-2019-2 Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html The name that Meetup has on file will be the name on your badge. This will also affect which line you get in to register. Some History • 29th Code Camp over 15 years • Run by a dedicated staff that includes several Microsoft MVPs and Microsoft staff evangelists • Serving the Delaware Valley and greater Mid-Atlantic region • Sessions cover both Microsoft and web-related development technologies Microsoft MTC in Malvern • Two days for more learning • 11 rooms with HD 16x9 projectors • 300+ seats with tables and WiFi - laptops welcome • Plenty of free parking • Easy access from PA 202 or the turnpike Saturday Code Camp • Lots of code, just say no to slides! • Courses: http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html • 8 free hours of learning and networking • 50 sessions by 35+ speakers • 75 minute sessions with 15 minute breaks • 8:30, 10:00, 11:30, 12:00, 1:30, 3:00 • Vendor area open 8:00-3:30 • Panera breakfast • Primo lunch • Raffles and prizes at the closing This always sells out quickly!
- Contain Your Enthusiasm - A Full Day with Containers and Kubernetes
Note=> Friday workshop ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html. Jason van Brackel Spend a day learning about container technology from the ground up. Starting with Windows and Docker Container Fundamentals, moving to Kubernetes Concepts, then Kubernetes tools for managing multi-cluster, multi-cloud environments. While not a hands-on, attendees are encouraged to follow along. A prerequisites document will be send out ahead of time for laptop setup to ease those who wish to follow along.
- Angular 101: Angular from Start to Finish
Note=> Friday workshop ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html. Nick Hodges - This will be a hands-on session on Angular development. It will assume zero knowledge about Angular and TypeScript. We'll start from scratch and build an application that will cover the following topics: * Introduction to Angular * Introduction to TypeScript * A basic Angular Application * Components * Databinding * Directives and Pipes * Dependency Injection in Angular * Asynchronous Services * Routing * Forms in Angular The workshop will introduce attendees to Angular and TypeScript and by the end, they will have built a database driven ToDo application in Angular.
- Learn to Program Azure Service Fabric
Note=> Friday workshop ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html. Michael Montgomery, iDesign Azure Service Fabric represents nothing less than the next evolutionary breakthrough in software programming on the Microsoft stack. It is Microsoft’s premier platform for building, deploying and managing robust, scalable microservice systems in the Cloud or on-prem. Central to Azure Service Fabric’s development experience is its powerful microservice-oriented programming models. These models fill the gap left by orchestration-only technologies such as Kubernetes, enabling teams to build low latency, high scale microservices using familiar techniques that are more robust, consistent, repeatable and extensible. In this technically immersive hands-on workshop, Service Fabric expert Michael ‘Monty’ Montgomery will walk you through building your own Service Fabric reference architecture. You will first learn the basics of the various stateless Reliable Service programming models. You will then create a stateless API, a stateless Remoting service and connect them together into a meaningful architecture. Along the way, you will learn the basic system structure of a Service Fabric ‘application’ and how that structure relates to defining, configuring, hosting, deploying and ultimately consuming the services associated with it. Monty will also reveal ServiceFabricEx, a powerful, publicly available framework he created that enhances the Service Fabric’s programming model to (re)introduce an extensible aspect-oriented techniques for injection, interception, policy enforcement and context flow.
- End-to-End Big Data
Note=> Friday workshop ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html. Dave Wentzel, Microsoft Getting started with Big Data can be daunting if you haven't been exposed to the tooling. In this session we'll start with why we build data lakes and what they are good for. Then we'll look at how to ingest data at scale. Then we'll work with larger datasets and load them into various query tools like Databricks. We'll build a basic ML model against the data using Jupyter notebooks. We'll finish with Power BI visuals against the data. The goal is to show the end-to-end Data Science Process to discover, enrich, and model data. **You will need an Azure subscription with the ability to spin up a Databricks cluster. Please ensure you have done this PRIOR to the event. Databricks clusters will automatically shutdown after 2 hours to help you contain costs.**
- ASP.NET Core + Blazor
Note=> Friday workshop ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html. Bill Wolff, MVP ASP.NET Core is a comprehensive open source multi-platform web development platform based on the .NET Framework. We explore all facets of the platform in the morning including coding fundamentals, web apps with MVC/Razor Pages/Components/Tag Helpers, web api with Swagger, real time apps with SignalR, and data access with Entity Framework. Most of the time is spent exploring the new Blazor project that creates client side single page apps using C# and Razor Components. This is a hands-on workshop and requires Visual Studio and VS Code.
- Azure DevOps Hands On
Note=> Friday workshop ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html. Rich Ross, Microsoft Azure DevOps is a collection of services to help you build, deploy and manage your code, projects and environments. This workshop will show you many of the advanced features available in the platform to secure your code and release anywhere you need to run your application. Bring your questions and use cases! Must have an Azure Subscription and Azure DevOps Instance!
- Machine Learning <3 Real-Time Stream Analytics
Note=> Friday workshop ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html. Alexander Slotte, Excella It’s imperative in today’s world to be able to make split-second decisions based on real-time data. Reports based on batch data are great for looking back at trends and potentially making long-term decision, but old data is in many cases already obsolete, and the opportunity to have an actionable impact on the success of a specific process may have been lost. Furthermore, incorporating machine learning algorithms in your real-time data pipeline enables you to derive great insight on the fly and truly set your organization up for your success. The best part, it is not as difficult as you may think! In this workshop we will cut through all the foreign jargon and give participants a solid machine learning and stream processing foundation. By the end of the workshop you will be able to: • Understand the basics of Machine Learning and Deep Learning • Train custom machine learning models using - ML.NET - AutoML - Azure Machine Learning Service - Jupyter Notebooks with ScikitLearn/Pandas and Numpy • Deploy your machine learning models to an Azure Function and/or Kubernetes cluster • Setup a real-time data pipeline using Azure Stream Analytics • Understand the concept of temporal windows • Integrate your machine learning models into your data pipeline Prerequisites Although it is fully possible just to follow along, please make sure to have the following if you would like to participate hands-on in the workshop • A laptop • A free Azure subscription • Visual Studio 2017/2019 or VS Code
- Quantum Computing with Qiskit
Note=> Friday workshop ticket holders do not need to register for Saturday. The same badge works for both days. Explore camp details at http://phillydotnet.org/2019-2.html. Sofiya Lysenko, National Award Student Learn the basics of quantum computing using Qiskit Aqua. Emerging in many fields, such as machine learning and cryptography, quantum computing utilizes the quantum effects of subatomic particles to quicken computing processes. At this workshop, you'll get hands-on experience by developing a quantum program from scratch. Inspired by women bio-engineers at the 2015 ProjectCSGirls competition (where she prototyped an app to assist children with autism), she used her science fair project, a homemade gel electrophoresis device, and algorithms from Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio to predict the next mutation of the Zika virus for the 2016 ProjectCSGirls competition, where she won the 4th place national prize. She now focuses on expanding her independent research interests with aspirations of designing DNA robots and on educating and inspiring other girls. She has designed and run several workshop series in computer science, most recently the “You Can Code: Just For Girls” series in Fall 2017 and the "Machine Learning with Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio" workshop . She currently assists in professional scientific research.