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(in-person) Building and Running .NET Apps on the AWS Cloud & TBD

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(in-person) Building and Running .NET Apps on the AWS Cloud & TBD


If you RSVP for this event, you reserve a seat for the in-person part of the meetup in Amsterdam. If you want to attend virtually, please RVSP to the virtual meetup.


18:00 doors open
18:00 - 18:45 walk-in, food & drinks
18:45 - 19:00 welcome & introduction
19:00 - 20:00 Isaac Levin - Building and Running .NET Apps on the Cloud - Choose your own adventure
20:00 - 21:00 Open slot - You? Interested in sharing your knowledge with us? please contact us to make that happen!
21:00 - 21:45 chat & drinks
21:45 doors closing

Food will be served at the meetup, with omnivore, vegetarian and vegan options. We would like to thank our sponsor Effectory for making this event possible.

Isaac Levin - Building and Running .NET Apps on the Cloud- Choose your own adventure

Who doesn't like options? When we build .NET applications, we have a ton of options to how we build, what dependencies we leverage, and finally where we put those applications. We need to think about what app component model we use, like MVC, Blazor or Web API, and depending on that choice, it may dictate what platform we look to host our apps on.

AWS is one of the leading cloud providers to host your applications and provide a slew of services to satisfy your use case and provide resiliency, scalability and flexibility to optimize value to your business. Whether you are building apps hosted on IIS or Kestrel (if you are fancy), leveraging containers, building serverless event-driven applications, or microservices, there are just tons of options out there. AWS provides services that provide options for all these modalities. Whether you are or are not familiar with AWS, this session will provide insight into how AWS is a great option for hosting all types of .NET Apps.

Isaac Levin
.NET Developer Advocate - Amazon Web Services

Isaac Levin is a .NET Developer Advocate at Amazon Web Services as well as a Microsoft MVP. He has over 10 years of experience working as a developer for the web, mostly in the Microsoft Ecosystem. Outside of work, he hosts a podcast called Coffee and Open Source where he interviews folks from across the tech industry as well as builds open source projects like PresenceLight and GitHub Stat Tracker. He lives outside of Seattle Washington and likes to wind down from work with his wife Ariana and his 2 sons Isaac and Avery.

Open slot - You?
Interested in sharing your knowledge with us? please contact us to make that happen!

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This session is part of the .NET Virtual User Group ( series, where you can join and find more virtual user groups happening around the world.

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