This presentation demonstrates a method for implementing Domain-Driven Design (DDD) using F# and EventStore. The described approach makes use of idiomatic functional constructs, especially where they bring value beyond the traditional object-oriented and procedural paradigms. The natural alignment between functional programming and event sourcing is exploited and implemented with Greg Young’s EventStore. The goal is […]
Continuous Delivery is not new. But Continuous Delivery with .NET is a shockingly sparse topic with few case studies to compare against (or steal from). This session outlines the .NET delivery pipeline I helped build, troubleshoot and maintain.
This session explores the features available in Entity Framework, the object-relational mapper that enables .NET developers to work with relational data using domain-specific objects, including the latest EF 6.1 release. See how these features can be used to build and test applications, including integration with other technologies and third-party frameworks for dependency injection, testing, logging, […]
Amazon AWS provides the tools that Windows and .NET developers have come to expect. Learn about the easy-to-use abstractions included in the AWS SDK for .NET. The presentation demonstrates how the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio helps to streamline your iterative dev-test cycle. You also see how the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell enables you […]
Enterprises are choosing the MongoDB NoSQL database, with greater frequency. It’s a good time to get a grasp on how to talk to MongoDB from .NET. This talk walk syou through building a simple web application utilizing the .NET driver that demonstrates the basic features of MongoDB including CRUD operations, LINQ, and Object-Document-Modeling (ODM).
ASP.NET 5 has been re-imagined from the ground up to provide a faster development experience, best in class performance, full side-by-side support, and cross platform support for Linux and Mac. In this video, Scott Hunter gives an overview of what’s new in ASP.NET 5 and provides a short demo of the new tooling inside of […]
64GB RAM, no partitioning, no AlwaysOn Availability Groups, no encryption – what’s a DBA to do? Brent Ozar gives you a few easy workarounds around SQL Server Standard Edition limits.