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15 Minutes of Fame

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The Hub Conshy

100 Four Falls Corporate Center · Conshohocken

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This month is our annual 15 Minutes of Fame night. Each speaker will present a short topic for 15 minutes.

Our sponsor this evening is Workshop Mercantile, a provider or enterprise level training courses. This is a new startup from the folks that created the popular Hub locations for corporate meetings in Philly and the suburbs. We are meeting at their Conshohocken training facility. Parking is free in the garage beneath the building.

Note that food will not be served at this meeting. Please eat before you arrive or plan to join some of our crew at the Baggataway Tavern (https://baggatawaytavern.com/) at 8:15 pm (3 minute drive):

• Tony Verguldi - Strengths vs Weaknesses

A different way to look at weaknesses.

• Stachu Korick - Event Sourcing, Condensed

Have you ever wanted to rewind your application's state to a specific point in time? In this session, we'll discuss change as a first-class citizen, along with Event-Sourcing, a system of storing each change to a system rather than simply modifying the internal state.

• Henry He - Intro to React

In my presentation, I am going to briefly talk about: what is react, why do we need react, and how a react application looks like.

• Jason Van Brackel - 15 Minutes to Kubernetes with Azure Container Service

Learn the basics to getting started with Kubernetes on Azure Container Service. Get setup and ready to run, with some links to learn more!

Tim Plourde - Azure Search

Learn how to use this PaaS to quickly deliver advanced search engine functionality in your apps. Core concepts and use cases will be covered.

• Chris Love - Service Worker Cache Polyfills

Learn how to get the latest progressive web app techniques working on non-compliant browsers like IE and Safari.

• Ken Lovely - Akka.Net - Scalable, Distributed Real-time Transaction Processing

Everything in Akka.NET is designed to work in a distributed setting: all interactions of actors use purely message passing and everything is asynchronous. This provides a higher level of abstraction for writing concurrent and distributed systems. It alleviates the developer from having to deal with explicit locking and thread management, making it easier to write correct concurrent and parallel systems.

• Chris Gomez - ASP.NET Core JavaScript Services

Trying to marry a SPA framework to an http://ASP.NET backend? Wasn't it tough? Did it feel like the pieces didn't fit? http://ASP.NET Core JavaScript services aims to solve problems for folks who want to use common frameworks like Angular and React with an http://ASP.NET Core based backend.

• Rob Keiser - Entity Framework Core

From Model to database, a quick overview of Code First Migrations using Entity Framework Core. We will setup a simple model and database context and show how to generate migrations to build a database.

• Bill Wolff - Webpack

webpack is a module bundler for modern JavaScript applications. When webpack processes your application, it recursively builds a dependency graph that includes every module your application needs, then packages all of those modules into a small number of bundles - often only one - to be loaded by the browser.

• Mahesh Chand - Hot Tech Trends 2017

Mahesh is newly appointed as our Microsoft Regional Director where he just attended the Ignite Partner Conference. Come hear the latest news from the Microsoft channel.