- VFP DevOps: Implementing an Automated Build of a Vertical Market App
This session is a discussion about why we chose to automate the work of deploying a vertical market project. There will be a demonstration of how we use Visual Build Professional to automate the build step of VFP and .NET applications and their installers. It will demonstrate how to reuse steps and spend less time with maintenance of the automation build. Note: This is talk is the beginnings of one to be presented at a conference in October. You’re interaction and feedback will be helpful. There should be some pizza at the presentation.
- Extending Legacy Apps with .NET Core
In this presentation we are going to see how a legacy application in production can be extended accessing the databases that are not a server based SQL (MSSQL, MySql, etc…) Note: This is talk is the beginnings of one to be presented at a conference in October. You’re interaction and feedback will be helpful. There should be some pizza at the presentation.
- Using Blazor to Build a Client-Side SPA with .Net Core
The restart of WNCDOTNET Developers Guild has Carl Finch presenting on a new Single Page Application framework (SPA) from Microsoft called Blazor. Carl Finch 10 years in the industry. Loves anything to do with software development, or the internet. Co-founder of aabaBot inc.
- APPLY Yourself - Kevin Feasel
APPLY Yourself Microsoft introduced the APPLY operator in SQL Server 2005. This under-used, non-standard operator can help us solve a number of common (and not-so-common) problems with elegant code which performs well. We will look several problem spaces in which the APPLY operator shines, such as joining to table-valued functions, getting the top N child records for each parent record, string splitting, and word matching. With the use of these examples, we will gain a deeper understanding of when to use the APPLY operator. Kevin Feasel is a Data Platform MVP and Engineering Manager of the Predictive Analytics team at ChannelAdvisor, where he specializes in T-SQL and R development, fighting with Kafka, and pulling rabbits out of hats on demand. He is the lead contributor to Curated SQL ( http://curatedsql.com ) and a contributing author to Tribal SQL ( http://www.tribalsql.com ). A resident of Durham, North Carolina, he can be found cycling the trails along the triangle whenever the weather's nice enough.