Aberdeen Developers are pleased to present a talk by Andy Gibson on Thursday 31st January 2013 at the Robert Gordon University.
An Introduction to Nancy
"Nancy is a lightweight, low-ceremony, framework for building HTTP based services on .Net and Mono. The goal of the framework is to stay out of the way as much as possible and provide a super-duper-happy-path to all interactions."
Based on concepts introduced by the Sinatra framework in the Ruby world, Nancy is gaining popularity with .NET developers as a lighter, more flexible alternative to ASP.NET MVC. Combined with a switched-on and engaging community of developers, Nancy is great to work with in everything from individual hobby projects up to large, complex enterprise applications.
In this session we will delve into:
- The super-dupey-happy-path
- The basics of Nancy (modules, routes, views)
- Hosting options (not just ASP.NET/IIS)
Andy Gibson is a Web/Support Programmer in Edinburgh with a background in web application development including ASP.NET MVC, Umbraco, PHP and jQuery. He is always on the lookout for new technologies to play with and loves to learn what he can about things especially in the web development arena.
Keen to give back to the community, Andy has spoken at a number of community events including many of the DDD series as well as at local user groups. He is currently chairman of Scottish Developers, a user group for programmers all across Scotland, for which he organises various talks and events including DDD Scotland and DunDDD.
In his spare time (not that he has much), Andy enjoys table-top wargamming, computer games, Formula 1, and writing more code.
Agenda - Thursday, 31st January 2013
- 1800 - 1815: Arrival and registration
- 1815 - 1820: Introduction
- 1820 - 1920: An Introduction to Nancy
- 1920 onwards: Questions and drinks at the bar
All attendees will be entered into a prize draw, with the chance of winning one of the prizes listed here.
Location and Directions
Venue: Room A12, RGU Building, St Andrews Street, Aberdeen, AB25 1HG Directions: Map showing St Andrews Streetcomments powered by Disqus