Learning how to develop container-based applications (ex. microservices) using Kubernetes and Azure Dev Spaces.
Come learn about SwimR, a mobile application that allows you to view your swim times and compare to others. The application is meant to provide swimmers and parents with the ability to track the progress of your swimming ability. SwimR takes advantage of low-cost serverless computing and other low-cost features to minimize operational costs. We will examine all aspects of the application from Azure Functions, Table Storage, Xamarin Forms, and more.
Please join me as we present on Azure Sphere at the Boston Code Camp on November 17, 2018. We will show the Azure Sphere connected to IoT Hub and discuss the capabilities of Microsoft’s new IoT device.
Come visit Boston Code Camp on November 4, 2017 to see me present on two topics and talk about the future of .NET in a panel discussion with local experts.
Building Cross Platform Video Conferencing Applications
Today developers need to be an expert at building applications for not just one platform, but multiple platforms across many different device formats. Come see how we build a complex video conferencing application using Visual Studio and the Zoom SDK that spans Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. See how we interop to Zoom’s native libraries on each platform to achieve significant amounts of code reuse using Xamarin.Forms and .NET.
SignalR for ASP.NET Core 2.0
Come learn about the first “official” release of SignalR for ASP.NET Core 2.0. SignalR is a great two-way communication framework, but with this release comes not only some changes or updates, but a complete rewrite of SignalR. Come learn about new features such as ASP.NET Sockets, Binary Protocols, Serialization Improvements, Connections, TypeScript SignalR Client and much more. If you were not a fan of SignalR before, now is the time to check it out.
A panel discussion on the future of .NET
A broad ranging discussion, moderated by Bryan Hogan, on the current state of the art and the likely future with four experts in their fields.
We will be speaking at the Boston Amazon Web Services Meetup on October 11th.
Presentation Abstract: Richard Crane, Chief Architect and Technology Officer of MILL5, will discuss a soon-to-be-released PaaS offering [from MILL5] that will allow financial analysts, scientists, and developers to create REST-based services in the cloud to quickly expose models and applications. Currently models and applications can be uploaded using Java and MATLAB with future support for R, .NET, and Python.
We will examine various aspects of the architecture using AWS and how technologies such as ELB, SQS, S3, Lambda, consul, docker, and PostgreSQL fit within the architecture. We will discuss challenges such as service routing, discovery, and deployment.