Aberdeen Developers are pleased to present the final night of Matt Ellis's Scottish Tour. Join us on Thursday 23rd July 2015 at the Robert Gordon University to learn more about Microsoft's recent move to open-source .NET!
Microsoft have done the unthinkable and open-sourced .net, making it available on GitHub, and even taking it cross-platform. This is great news for developers, but do you know your .NET Core from your .Net Framework? Can you tell your CoreCLR from your CoreFX? And where does asp.net vnext and DNX come into this story? In this session, we'll take a look at the big picture, dive deeply into some of the more interesting details and see how the pieces of Microsoft's new .Net stack fit together, what it means for developers and find out exactly how you do run an .exe on Unix.
Matt Ellis is a developer at JetBrains, working on the Developer Advocacy team. He has 20 years of experience shipping software, having been a developer, team lead and technical authority for companies such as BBC Worldwide, BNP Paribas and Egg, the UK's first internet bank. During that time, he has worked with a variety of platforms and technologies, from C++ and Unix to C#, Reactive Extensions and the Web. He currently works with language tooling, having fun with abstract syntax trees and source code analysis. He owns and contributes to various open source projects, and believes in the open closed principle.
Agenda - Thursday, 23rd July 2015
- 1800 - 1825: Arrival and registration
- 1825 - 1830: Introduction
- 1830 - 1930: .NETCore Blimey!
- 1930 Onwards: Questions & Answers followed by Prize Draw
Location and Directions
Venue: Room N204, Riverside East Building, Garthdee Campus, Aberdeen, Aberdeen City AB10 7QQ, GB
Directions: Map showing Garthdee Campus
All attendees will be entered into a prize draw, with the chance of winning one of the prizes from our fantastic sponsors.
As part of the Scotland Tour, Matt will also be presenting at the following venues:comments powered by Disqus