November 23, 2015

St. Louis Days of .NET / DevUp Followup

My apologizes to all of those that have been looking for the content from my St. Louis Days of .NET Presentations.  This post is dedicated to a recap of the presentations, and to provide a place to download all of the content.

C# 6 Language Features Talk

This talk focused on the amazing new features that came with C# 6 and Visual Studio 2015.  I placed special emphasis on exactly when and how you can utilize these new features, and it isn't limited to .NET 4.6 only! You can download the slides from this presentation here. Given the nature of this presentation there is not a code sample related to it. 

Creating Single Page Applications with ASP.NET MVC & Angular

This talk focused on development with ASP.NET MVC and Angular. Following the Sides & Sample Code I tried to ease attendees into the content with illustrations that allowed for better understanding. You can download the slides from this presentation here. You can download the Code Sample here. This code sample is a stand-alone project with no external dependencies. Keep in mind that this is a SAMPLE and the use of Session is NOT recommended for real code.

IoT & Windows 10

This talk had to take a slight change in direction, but in the end I hope that it was more helpful to attendees. We focused on the "Getting Started" aspect of the internet of things. Where to buy items, how to setup the system & windows, and related items. As we are all C# developers, the complicated part is setup! You can download the slides from this presentation here.

Thanks & Comments

Thank you to all of those that attended one or more of these talks. I welcome comments & feedback regarding these sessions. Feel free to comment here or reach out to me directly at [email protected]! Happy Coding!

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