1010 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL
Since December is the season of giving dotNet Miami will give you two full presentations! First, Camilo Sanchez will drop by to show us how in integrate content management system features with the open source project Umbraco. You won't need to learn PHP for this CMS, Unbraco runs on ASP.NET! Camilo will show us not only how to integrate it into our applications but also share some of his lessons learned! Then, dotNet Miami's very first presenter, Dave Nicolas, will make his return to the podium and show us how to integrate microservices. This is going to be an epic night of developer goodness that you're not going to want to miss.
We'll be meeting at the Microsoft Innovation Center at Venture Hive. The Microsoft Innovation Center in Miami (MIC Miami) is a state-of-the-art technology facility open to students, software developers, academic faculty, entrepreneurs, and startups for collaboration and skills development. Microsoft Innovation Center at Venture Hive is located at 1010 NE 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33132. There's limited parking in front of Venture Hive. If that lot is full there's an empty lot directly behind the Venture Hive building.
And as always we'll have prizes at the end of the meeting, including a free copy of Resharper from JetBrains!
Fire Your Expensive CMS...Use Umbraco Instead
Umbraco is a very powerful open source CMS. Built with ASP.NET MVC, it is extremely extensible and configurable. It is secure, with daily security scans on the codebase and frequent updates. Umbraco is the CMS that powers www.asp.net. Umbraco is a free product that can be installed in as many servers as you want. Moreover, its setup is fairly straightforward. Umbraco the company makes money on support and their Umbraco as a Service product. During the presentation we'll learn how to build a dynamic content managed website with very little code. I plan to describe the main components of Umbraco and how to use them. Finally, I'll share some lessons learned about the deployment process and its adoption in the enterprise.
Camilo Sanchez is a Software Engineer passionate about testing. Lean development advocate. Perpetual learner. Main writer behind tddapps.com.
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