Reading .Net Meetup #8 will be hosted by SSE again at their offices in Central Reading on Thursday, 3rd October!
• 6:15 pm -arrival, networking and refreshments
• 7:00 pm - introduction from iO Associates and SSE
• 7:10 pm- Steve Sanderson on Blazor and Future of .Net Web Apps
• 8:00 pm- Break
• 8:20 pm- panel discussion with Christopher Noring & Steve
• 9:00 pm - close and networking
We are very delighted to announce our guest speaker for the month, Steve Sanderson who will be talking on 'Blazor and Future of .Net Web Apps'. Steve works for Microsoft and Blazor is one of his creations.
Details on the topic -
The arrival of WebAssembly begins a new era for .NET web developers, allowing client-side applications written in C# to run directly in the browser. Blazor is a newly emerging client-side UI platform from the ASP.NET Core team, offering a productive and powerful way to construct large-scale applications with a modern component-based architecture.
It integrates with the wider.NET ecosystem to enable truly full-stack client+server development on a single language and runtime, based on modern standards, and able to run in any browser (including mobiles).
About Steve -
Steve is working as a developer for Microsoft in the team that brings you the ASP.NET technology stack, IIS, and other web things.
Previously he developed .NET software as a contractor/consultant for clients in Bristol and beyond, plus wrote some books for Apress, such as Pro ASP.NET MVC Framework.
From time to time, he speaks at user groups and conferences, and recently have been running a bunch of training courses on topics such as C#, SQL Server, and of course ASP.NET MVC.
About Chris Noring -
Chris is a Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft. He is passionate about Software Development in General and have delivered software for Mobile/ Web
In his role as a Cloud Developer Advocate, he help developers to engage with Microsoft technology, especially in the usage of Web apps in combination with Azure
It's going to be a great event, so pencil us in for the 3rd October ✏️ 🗓