The London .NET user group was etablished in 2002 to provide developers developers working with Microsoft's .NET framework with access to the latest and best information. At our monthly meetings you can hear expert speakers who dig 'under the hood' and keep you informed on best practices and future directions of the Framework.
Community Open Mike
Our regular 'Open Mike' nights give members of the community the opportunity to share their expertise and experience. Many of our 'Open Mike' speakers go on to be well-known in the wider community.
Clouds, Codes and Cybers with Troy Hunt
Organised by LDNUG: London .NET User Group
In this talk, Troy is going to share many of the things he's learned about how data is taken from our systems en mass due to coding flaws, complacency and oftentimes, outright stupidity. It focuses on many of the lessons he's learned whilst running the data breach notification service “...code azure cyber cloud .net
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How to Scale ASP.NET Core Apps with Distributed Caching
Featuring Iqbal Khan
ASP.NET is a popular technology for developing web applications. And, now its latest version ASP.NET Core, is fast gaining popularity and many organizations are anxious to move their web apps to ASP.NET Core.core asp .net
Tomasz Bartoszewski: Sending punched cards to the cloud
Featuring Tomasz Bartoszewski
When people say Azure, they mostly think about hosting application in the cloud and scaling it up when needed. But it can be useful for integration with client applications too. In this talk I will cover our way of exchanging data with SAP.
Alex Brown: Mashing monoliths into manageable modules, with Mediatr
Featuring Alex Brown
In this talk, Alex shows us how to progress from the traditional repository / service layered architecture into a Command Query Separated structure and benefit from smaller, testable bits of code in your application. We'll take a look at what a typical monolith looks like - you've....net
Dylan Beattie: The Pursuit of APIness - The Secret to Happy Code
Featuring Dylan Beattie
We spend our lives working with systems created by other people. From the UI on our phones to the cloud infrastructure that runs so much of the modern internet, these interactions are fundamental to our experience of technology - as engineers, as developers, as users - and user experiences are...
Rider: Taking Resharper out of process
Featuring Matt Ellis
Rider is a new cross platform IDE from JetBrains, integrating the language analysis features of ReSharper inside the IDE functionality of IntelliJ. Wait, what? ReSharper is a plugin to Visual Studio, running in .NET, and IntelliJ is a JVM application! Cats and dogs, living together, mass....net
On ASP.NET Core and Moving Targets
Featuring James Singleton
ASP.NET Core is the new open source and cross-platform web application (MVC and web API) framework from Microsoft. You can now develop and deploy your web apps on Mac and Linux. However, it is evolving rapidly and it can be hard to to find stability. There are many ways to deal with these changes...
12-Factor Apps in .NET Core
Featuring Ian Cooper
The buzz is all around Cloud Native: continuous deployment and easy scaling of your server side code. You have heard about Docker and Microservices, but what are 12-factor apps? The Twelve-Factor App methodology (https://12factor.net/), was created by engineers with experience of delivering apps....net
Where the Wild Things Are - Finding Performance Problems Before They Bite You
Featuring Matt Warren
You don’t want to prematurely optimise, but sometimes you want to optimise, the question is - where to start? Profiling and Benchmarking can help you figure out what your application is doing and where performance problems could arise - allowing you to find (and fix!) them before your customers...
Better SQL Server development with SSDT and friends
Featuring Ed Elliot
RDBMS's haven't been eradicated by NoSQL yet and there are lots of applications that still use SQL Server as their database. We will take a look at SSDT as an IDE with refactoring tools as well as a deployment tool to facilitate continuous deployment. We will also look at friends of SSDT....net