ASP.NET Core is the latest collection of Microsoft’s web application development technologies. When you’re trying to reach a broad spectrum of users with a robust web application, ASP.NET Core is there to help you build that application. With the ability to cater to users on desktop, tablet, or smartphone platforms, you can put together a solution that works well anywhere.
This book is what you need to get started developing ASP.NET Core applications was quickly as possible; starting by introducing the software and how it can be used in today’s modern world of web applications and smartphone apps. Walking you through the benefits of a Web API to support both applications and mobile apps to give you a solid understanding of the tech to build upon as you see what ASP.NET Core can do for you.
The book wraps up with practical guidelines for the use of database technologies, unit tests, security best practices, and cloud deployments for the real world.
I presented Azure: PaaS vs IaaS at IT Pro Camp 2016. Here is the presentation material with the slides, links and my contact information. The live talk was similar to my past Azure talks for developers, but presented in different context with IT Pros in mind.
I presented Cross-Platform Web Apps with ASP.NET Core 1.0 at NoVA Code Camp 2016.2. Here is the presentation material with the slides, links and my contact information. The live talk was a combination of my presentation on ASP .NET Core (overview) and a deeper looking into ASP .NET MVC & Web API.
Recently known as ASP.NET 5, the all-new ASP.NET Core 1.0 is Microsoft’s cross-platform lightweight approach to building robust applications for the modern Web. Get a high-level overview of what you need to know about ASP.NET Core from Shahed Chowdhuri, Sr. Technical Evangelist @ Microsoft.
Over the past couple of years, I was fortunate enough to teach a group of talented students for Microsoft’s AthleTECH program, thanks to founder Anthony Egbuniwe, a Technical Account Manager at Microsoft. We covered visual game development with Construct 2 and Unity.
Now in Summer 2016, AthelTECH is back at Microsoft’s Chevy Chase MD office and we’re getting back to Construct 2 once again.