Adelaide .net User Group Podcast

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Sinopsis

Recordings of presentations made at monthly meetings of the Adelaide .NET User Group

Episodios

  • Serverless .NET Core with AWS SAM, with Taylor Goodall

    Serverless .NET Core with AWS SAM, with Taylor Goodall

    11/03/2020

    Serverless applications are taking the Internet by storm & it's easy to see why, the idea of being able to solve your problem & deploy it then walk away without ever having to think about system updates, package updates & security is very appealing to software developers. Serverless may not solve all of our problems but it sure can solve a lot of them. In this talk I'll explain developing serverless applications in dot net core in an AWS environment & some of the tips and tricks I've picked up along the way.

  • Pragmatic Performance with David Wengier

    Pragmatic Performance with David Wengier

    09/10/2019

    Pragmatic Performance: When to care about perf, and what to do about it As a developer you often hear both that performance is important, but also that you shouldn't worry about performance up front, so when is the right time to think about it? And if the time is right, what are you actually supposed to do? If you're interested to hear about a pragmatic approach to performance, this talk will explain when is the right time to think about benchmarking, but more importantly will run through how to correctly benchmark .NET code so any decisions made will be based on information about your code that is trustworthy. Additionally you'll also find out about some of the common, and some of the unknown, performance pitfalls of the .NET Framework and we'll discuss the true meaning behind the phrase "premature optimization is the root of all evil".

  • Azure Logic App custom connectors with Sam Fernando

    Azure Logic App custom connectors with Sam Fernando

    11/09/2019

    Logic Apps Custom connectors are a great way to abstract your APIs and plug them into logic apps using a reusable connector pattern that is developer friendly. These connectors plug right into the logic apps designer to present a seamless experience. Whilst this uses API documentation to provide help with using the operations, they also use various security techniques. Join us at the September User group where Sam will take us through all the steps involved.

  • Leveraging Azure Cognitive Services for accessible Unity games, with Scott Cabot

    Leveraging Azure Cognitive Services for accessible Unity games, with Scott Cabot

    12/06/2019

    With the pervasive spread of gaming through popular culture it is now more important than ever to cater to a wide audience of potential users. In this talk, Scott will discuss how you can easily consume the Cognitive Services API to add Text-To-Speech to a Unity game on a budget.

  • About Blazor with Ben Laan

    About Blazor with Ben Laan

    10/04/2019

    Blazor is a single-page app framework for building interactive client-side Web apps with .NET. Blazor uses open web standards (no plugins or code transpilation). Blazor works in all modern web browsers, including mobile browsers. In this talk I will provide an overview of *What* it is, and *Why* it is important. I'll offer some speculation about *Where* its headed, and finally a demo on *How* to build an application with custom Blazor components.

  • Azure DevOps CI and Docker with Jack Ni

    Azure DevOps CI and Docker with Jack Ni

    10/04/2019

    How to achieve DevOps (including security checks) by using Azure DevOps, Docker and other tooling. How to using Azure DevOps with GitFlow.

  • Building rich cross-platform applications with WebAssembly and Uno Platform with David Oliver

    Building rich cross-platform applications with WebAssembly and Uno Platform with David Oliver

    13/03/2019

    WebAssembly has huge implications for the web— it provides a way to run code written in multiple languages on the web at near-native speed, with client apps running on the web that previously couldn’t have done so. This presentation will discuss how to build rich apps with WebAssembly and present Uno Platform, a new UI framework that compiles and runs C# code that allows for the creation of rich UI apps that can target mobile and web simultaneously. You will learn how to reuse .NET Standard application and C# code to make your applications run across all browsers and all OS with WASM. In this talk, not only you will be able to see the magic happen in front of your very eyes, you will also learn how to create apps using C# and XAML that can work on WASM but also on iOS, Android, and Windows.

  • Putting the Sec in DevSecOps with Jakob Pennington

    Putting the Sec in DevSecOps with Jakob Pennington

    13/03/2019

    DevSecOps seems to be the flavour of the month when it comes to software security. Is this just a buzzword, an ideology that's only applicable in unicorn start-ups, or are there tools and practices that we should be using to write more secure code. In his talk, Jakob explores DevSecOps as an approach to avoiding the common issues he sees as a penetration tester, and presents a process to build out a DevSecOps pipeline.

  • ASP.NET + TypeScript: Frontend Architecture with Dan Harris

    ASP.NET + TypeScript: Frontend Architecture with Dan Harris

    13/02/2019

    There’s been a lot of buzz in the frontend world around various frameworks and architectures. In the midst of this explosion in experimentation, sometimes a more basic, ‘vanilla’ approach, is left on the sidelines. When is a SPA a good option? When is a jQuery-style solution appropriate? How do you manage state? These are some of the questions we’ll explore in this talk. Additionally, we’ll run through an example setup using ASP.NET & TypeScript (sans any ‘frameworks’). So, get your thinking hats on, and let’s start our quest.

  • Migrating from AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC3 to Angular6, With Kayes Islam

    Migrating from AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC3 to Angular6, With Kayes Islam

    14/11/2018

    There are basically two options for integrating Angular6 into an existing site that has older technologies like AngularJS or JQuery: 1) Angular Elements 2) Angular downgradeComponent This talk looks at both of these, as well as moving from an ASP.NET MVC3 architecture to a modern SPA web application

  • Feature Flags with Sam Fernando

    Feature Flags with Sam Fernando

    12/09/2018

    Feature Toggles or Feature Flags are utilised by many organisations to control system behaviour without changing the code. They offer various uses and often used to manage continuous releases and rapid feature publishing without breaking branches or modifying the code. Sam will be discussing how a smart feature toggling mechanism can be implemented and some of the popular use cases.

  • Visual Studio Productivity for .NET devs with David Kean

    Visual Studio Productivity for .NET devs with David Kean

    08/08/2018

    In this demo-heavy session, Dave will demonstrate the many features we've added to Visual Studio 2017 since it first released to make .NET developers more productive—improvements to editing, refactoring, debugging, and testing your code—which previously required additional extensions. Whether you’re new to Visual Studio or have been using it for many years, you’ll learn something that will make you more efficient.

  • Deploying Code with Octopus, with Andrew Katsivas

    Deploying Code with Octopus, with Andrew Katsivas

    11/07/2018

    Deployments are hard: nothing runs the same in production as it does on your local machine, and orchestrating the right changes at the right time, in a repeatable and reliable way, can be really tricky, and make you fear deployment time. Octopus Deploy is a deployment automation tool that helps to ease this pain, and give you confidence that your deployments will work consistently on every release. In this talk we'll have a look at the anatomy of a deployment, and some key Octopus features to help you eliminate your deployment pains for good.

  • Diving into Docker (Part 2) with Jack Ni

    Diving into Docker (Part 2) with Jack Ni

    13/06/2018

    Because too much Docker is barely enough! Jack is back for the sequel to his March presentation. Drilling deep into Docker and also covering the tooling to manage all those containers.

  • Blockchain for Mobile with Michael Williams

    Blockchain for Mobile with Michael Williams

    09/05/2018

    Blockchain is the next big thing, have you ever wondered how we can incorporate this technology with mobile? In this session, we will learn how to integrate blockchain technology with your mobile applications, and have a look at the new Azure Blockchain Workbench

  • Programming in Microsoft Visual F# with Stephen Hosking

    Programming in Microsoft Visual F# with Stephen Hosking

    09/05/2018

    F# is the third major language in .Net. It is a functional, object-oriented language suitable for most applications, and shines in large and/or technical projects. There will be a coding demonstration and pragmatic pointers for getting started and progressing to real world projects

  • Use Firebase to quickly build useful software that can scale, with Darren Neimke

    Use Firebase to quickly build useful software that can scale, with Darren Neimke

    11/04/2018

    Firebase is an easy to use set of technologies that help us rapidly build and deploy applications. It follows a reactive approach, using Observables to supply realtime updates whenever data changes. In this talk, Darren takes us through the Firebase ecosystem, and explains how it can be used to build an Angular web application. Throughout the talk we will learn about the Firebase NoSQL data stores, how to implement security, and we will deploy an application using the Firebase CLI tooling.

  • Whats new in the OWASP Top 10, with Jim Burger

    What's new in the OWASP Top 10, with Jim Burger

    11/04/2018

    OWASP recently updated their top 10 web application development recommendations. I'll walk through some of the new items in the Top 10, and discussing their implications and ways to address them.

  • Diving into Docker and ASP.NET Core 2.0 with Jack Ni

    Diving into Docker and ASP.NET Core 2.0 with Jack Ni

    14/03/2018

    Learn about using Docker with ASP.NET Core, Docker Compose. Find out about ASP.NET Core's built in dependency injection support. Also see how to use Swagger 2.0 with API versioning.

  • Off-grid Peak PoE Systems with Ewan Parsons

    Off-grid Peak PoE Systems with Ewan Parsons

    18/02/2018

    Learn about the new 60W Power over Ethernet standard, and how you can save up to 30% on power using demand-response programs.

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