Microsoft Toronto Office
222 Bay Street, Suite 1201 · Toronto-Dominion Centre Ernst & , ON
Topic 1: Azure DevOps:
Microsoft recently released Azure DevOps, a set of services that help developers and IT ship software faster, and with higher quality. These services cover planning, source code, builds, deployments, and artifacts. One of the great things about Azure DevOps is that it works great for any app and on any platform regardless of frameworks.
In this session, Callon will provide a hands on workshop guiding you through getting started with Azure Pipelines to build your application. Using continuous integration and deployment processes, you will leave with clear understanding and skills to get your applications up and running quickly in Azure DevOps and see the full benefits that CI/CD can bring to your organization.
Callon Campbell is an Systems Architect, Developer and Microsoft MVP. With over 20 years of experience, he's been developing desktop, mobile and web enterprise applications using Microsoft .NET Framework, SQL Server and Azure. Callon is also the co-creator of ReflectInsight .NET Logging framework and Live Log Viewer. He's passionate about learning new technologies and sharing his experience with fellow peers in the community. Callon can be reached on Twitter via @Flying_Maverick, and has a blog at https://TheFlyingMaverick.com.
Topic 2: EF CORE
Abstract:If you have been working with any ORM, you would know how it can simplify some the mundane tasks from writing repetitive code day in and day out.
Well, EF Core which has been around for over two years now has been getting all the love and attention from every quarter to make this shiny tool ready for prime time.
Let’s take this tool for a spin and discover some its innate capabilities that would leave you flabbergasted.
In this demo-filled session we will also touch upon some of its new features that make EF Core as compelling as it can be!
Bio:Obi Oberoi is a Principal Developer Evangelist at Paree Labs Inc., a company that specializes in designing and developing enterprise level distributed applications including Microservices using mainly Microsoft-centric and hybrid technologies.
Obi has been working with .NET since the first betas and has been engaged in the agile space since 2006.
Obi is a Microsoft MVP Reconnect who is active on the speakers circuit at User Groups and Technology Conferences in North America and is involved in organizing Developer Workshops, Code Camps et al. besides being a passionate member of the technical community.
Obi regularly blogs at www.ObiOberoi.com and can be reached on Twitter @ObiOberoi.