KGD .NET - Warm Up be4 DevDay

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Zapraszamy, jak co roku, na rozgrzewkowe spotkanie, na dzień przed DevDay http://www.devday.pl

Zapraszamy Was na rozgrzewkowe spotkanie, z dwiema prelekcjami, połączonymi z dyskusjami do późna w nocy, przy piwie, w części klubowej. Piwo oczywiście jak zwykle jest za free. 

Uwaga, uwaga. Wygraj wejściówkę na DevDay biorąc udział w tej ankiecie: 

https://goo.gl/forms/A0XxhBoudHRCR2K53

Macie czas do[masked]:59:59. Wyniki zostaną opublikowane najdalej do[masked]:59:59.

Jeśli już macie bilety, to tak zaplanujcie podróż aby się pojawić na naszym wieczornym spotkaniu. Jeśli jesteś z Krk to nie masz wymówki. Musisz być. 

Jest to pierwsze spotkanie po wakacjach. Wracamy z nowymi prelekcjami. Zdradzę wam w tajemnicy, że w październiku szykujemy coś specjalnego - ale o tym dowiecie się wkrótce.

Przygotowaliśmy prezentacje:

Daniel Marbach - Rearchitect your code towards async/await

Sean Farmar - SOA lessons learnt (OR Microservices done better)


Rearchitect your code towards async/await
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The die is cast. Your business- and infrastructure logic will need to move gradually to asynchronous code. Changing large code-bases to async/await seems like a monumental effort. It doesn't have to be! In this talk, I show you a four-phased approach to evolving your code-base towards async/wait. In the identification phase, we classify the components which would benefit from async/await. In the exploration phase, we discover potential road blockers which might hinder the async/await adoption. 

Daniel Marbach

Daniel Marbach is a Solution Architect at Particular Software Ltd and the CEO of tracelight GmbH. His experience spreads from client and server development to building distributed systems. Daniel has an engineer degree from the University of Applied Science in Horw. He has strong skills in Extreme Programming Practices such as Continuous Integration, Acceptance Test Driven Development and Test Driven Development. Daniel has extensive knowledge in the .NET ecosystem including NoSQ L databases, asynchronous programming, open-source software development and much more. He is a Microsoft MVP for Integration, a frequent speaker, coach and passionate blog writer. Daniel co-founded the .NET Usergroup Central Switzerland and continues his journey of software development with passion.

SOA lessons learnt (OR Microservices done better)
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Service Oriented Architecture has been around for a while, now Microservices is the new black, that’s cool, but can we learn from when we failed and succeeded implementing SOA? There are some really useful lessons we can take and avoid the pitfalls.

Sean Farmar

Sean Farmar holds the world record for answering the most NServiceBus questions - even more than Udi.With over 20 years of experience, he specializes in providing simple solutions for complex business requirements using NServiceBus and applying SOA principles inspired by Udi Dahan.As a solution architect with Particular Software, the creators of NServiceBus, Sean provides support, training and consulting for customers using NServiceBus and the Particular Platform.

Blog: http://seanfarmar.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/farmar
github: https://github.com/sfarmar
LinkedIn: https://ie.linkedin.com/in/seanfarmar