- Elasticsearch: Content søgning i en .NET baseret webløsning
Taler: Jonas Jensen, BRØLSTÆRK. Hvad gør man, hvis man står med brugergenereret content og ønsker at gøre det søgbart? Hvordan tager vi højde for ting som: Stavefejl, bøjninger, formaterede strenge osv. Hvordan gemmer vi data bedst, så det er nemt og hurtigt søgbart. Elasticsearch tilbyder løsninger til alt dette. Igennem et kode eksempel vil vi komme omkring: - Hvordan data modeleres til søgning - Hvordan et indeks opbygges i Elasticsearch - Hvordan opbygges en søge-query Der er masser af parkeringspladser, og busserne (1A, 18 og 84) holder blot 5-700 meter fra døren. BRØLSTÆRK sørger for sandwiches og drikkevarer.
- ANUG Fredagsbar
Kom og få en nørd-øl med os. Eventet ligger lige efter Microsoft Connect() [https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/connectevent/default.aspx], så der vil nok være en masse nyheder at snakke om. Vel mødt :-) Fredagsbaren er også oprettet som event på Facebook. I kan selv bestemme, hvor I tilmelder jer. https://www.facebook.com/events/179789009242542/
- Docker, Containers and .NET - What is in it for me?
Speaker: Jeppe Lund Andersen, momondo. With the promise of ease and speed, Docker (and containers in general) has grown over the recent years to become one of the most popular ways of deploying applications. Originally based in the Linux ecosystem, the concept of containers and support for Docker is now also supported in the core Windows Server operating system. For .NET developers this opens up a range of opportunities to reap the benefits of Docker, regardless of whether you are developing against .NET Framework on Windows or making use of the new cross platform .NET Core. We’ll look at the general concepts of containers and Docker - what are the problems one can solve with these technologies? With the concepts in place, we’ll look at how to build and deploy applications with Docker on both Windows and Linux. Ditmer provides food and drink.
- ANUG Fredagsbar
Hvad gør rigtige nørder sidst på fredagen? De mødes naturligvis til en hyggelig øl (eller hvad man nu foretrækker af slutte en hektisk uge af med) og en endnu hyggeligere nørd-snak sammen med ligesindede .NET udviklere. NB: Da vores normal sted (Cafe Hollywood) er lukket prøver vi at mødes på Aarhus Central Food Market (http://aarhuscentralfoodmarket.dk/) og ser om vi bliver der eller finder en Cafe i nærheden. Dette meetup er også slået op som en Facebook begivenhed i ANUG Facebook gruppen.
- Holographic Programming – Exploring the HoloLens
Virtual reality and augmented reality are terms most developers and technical enthusiasts recognize. What about “Mixed reality”? A reality that is part real world, part digital world, a reality that is enhanced with Holograms. Microsoft’s HoloLens introduces users to an entirely new way of thinking about computing. Learn how to use the windows 10 SDK to build completely new experiences that will blow your mind (only figuratively, I hope), and get a sense for what is possible. You will be challenged to think of how to solve problems in an entirely new way that leverage holographic projections, to provide intuitive natural interactions with the digital world. Lars Klint is an author, trainer, Microsoft MVP, community leader, authority on all things Windows Platform and part time crocodile wrangler. He is heavily involved in the space of HoloLens and mixed reality, as well as a published Pluralsight author, freelance solution architect and writer for numerous publications. He has been a part of the software development community for the past 20 years and co-organises the DDD Melbourne community conference, organises developer events with Microsoft, and also runs a part time car restoration business. He has spoken at numerous technical events around the world and is an expert in Australian Outback Internet. IMPORTANT: As we are starting a bit late this time there will not be served food, so grab something to eat before the event!
- Mobile DevOps with Xamarin, HockeyApp and VSTS
Learn how pairing HockeyApp and Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services with Xamarin can provide a consistent mobile DevOps solution across mobile platforms. HockeyApp provides a comprehensive beta distribution platform, rich crash analytics, pairs with VSTS and common build and work management tools, including tools to understand user feedback and behaviour. During this session, we’ll show you the products & services that will shape your process and enable your teams to build amazing applications on any platform. Donovan is a Principal Program Manager for DevOps in the Developer Division at Microsoft, focusing on developer tools including Visual Studio Team Services and Team Foundation Server. Before joining Microsoft, Donovan spent seven years as a Process Consultant and a Certified Scrum Master. Donovan has travelled the globe helping companies in the U.S., Canada, India, Germany, and the UK develop solutions using agile practices in industries including Communications, Health Care, Energy, and Financial Services. Donovan is an avid programmer, often finding ways to integrate software into his other hobbies and activities. Read about Donovan's ideas on http://donovanbrown.com/
- ANUG Fredagsbar
Hvad gør rigtige nørder sidst på fredagen? De mødes naturligvis til en hyggelig øl (eller hvad man nu foretrækker af slutte en hektisk uge af med) og en endnu hyggeligere nørd-snak sammen med ligesindede .NET udviklere. Nyhederne på den netop overstående Build konference ender jo nok med at blive vendt og drejet denne gang... Vi ses...
- ASP.NET without Razor: React, Webpack and TypeScript
React has been gaining popularity for single page apps but how does it fit into ASP.NET web apps? How can we use it in combination with Visual Studio without turning our regular workflow upside down? At Templafy we recently migrated our existing Knockout.js frontend to React. As part of this journey, we had to decode all the node.js guides on using React and convert them into a working solution. In the end we settled on the combination of React, Webpack and TypeScript. This talk is a condensed version of our experiences. In the session we explore what React and Webpack are, how they work and how they differ from the tools we usually use in ASP.NET. We will also have a brief introduction to TypeScript and what benefits it adds. After looking at these technologies individually we will look at how they can work together in an ASP.NET web app. This will also include a closer look at the development workflow with hot reloading and the advantages and disadvantages of the entire setup. About the Speaker Rasmus Kromann-Larsen (https://twitter.com/rasmuskl) is a Templafy senior developer usually focusing on the Microsoft platform. During his many years of programming, he has worked with a wide range of technology spanning desktop, mobile and web. He is active in the Danish community and a former core group member of CNUG and ANUG.
- 'Microservices in .Net Core' book release party w Christian Horsdal
I anledning af udgivelsen af Christians nye bog, "Microservices in .NET Core", inviterer ANUG til release party med fagligt indhold og festlig hygge. Christian vil holde en præsentation om microservices, og derefter vil der være mulighed for at møde forfatteren, måske få en signering i sin bog (!), med mere osv osv osv. :o) Abstract With a microservices architecture, system behaviour gets spread out across many, many small, narrowly focused microservices. Much of the functionality in the system depends on those services collaborating. In this talk I explore different modes of collaboration between microservices, how they compare, and which is preferable. Along the way I will show how to use HTTP for the different types of collaboration and how to use Nancy to implement them on top of ASP.NET Core. About the Speaker Christian Horsdal is an independent consultant with many years of experience building web and distributed systems on .NET. He is a Nancy committer, a Microsoft MVP, and author of the books "Instant Nancy Web Development" and "Microservices in .NET Core" Blog: www.horsdal-consult.dk (http://www.horsdal-consult.dk/) Twitter: @chr_horsdal (https://twitter.com/chr_horsdal) The book: https://www.manning.com/books/microservices-in-net-core
- Serverless computing - the most fluffy cloud
Serverless computing, compute services and nano-services has been some of the buzzwords in 2016. AWS have had Lambda functions for the last couple of years, and Azure is not far behind with Azure Functions. The promise is that you just write some code and never have to worry about OS, patches, CPU usage or anything else. I'll dig into if it's actually all rainbows and unicorns, or should there happen to be some drawbacks also? What can you ignore and what should you be sure to know. Also - let us look at some code, and maybe even run it in the cloud! Spoiler alert: There will be servers involved.