Now that we can declare dynamic objects in C#, how should we define our APIs? Typed, dynamic, mixed? In this session we will learn that sometimes it’s useful to create an API in two incarnations: as strong typed and dynamic one.
SQL Server database is great for a lot of uses, but not every application design pattern shows off SQL Server’s best side. Learn about the pitfalls of linked servers, replication, queues in the database, and more.
Today’s major .NET languages allow developers to use functional programming techniques that can reach far outside the realm of traditional imperative and object-oriented programming.
Learn how to make use of the ASP.Net Core identity package and how you can replace then Entity framework package and instead use the specific MyCouch package to store the identity data in CouchDb or in a database in the cloud at Cloudant.
Visual Studio Online provides a compelling solution for building your code in the cloud and automatically deploying your solution to Azure. In this session we will dive deep into how this works for three common types of applications: .NET, Node.js, and PHP.
Web sites and applications can often benefit from integration with existing identity providers, allowing users to authenticate without creating new credentials. This video reviews a new wizard in Visual Studio 2013 for configuring security around ASP.NET sites in this fashion. You’ll see how easy it is to integrate your application with Windows Azure Active Directory, […]
To build today’s responsive and scalable applications, developers need to start leveraging asynchronous programming methods. During this talk, we’ll explore how developers can easily use the F# agent-based programming model, which is based upon the actor concurrency model first made popular in Erlang, to simply and quickly build concurrent applications.