March 2015 Meeting - Sebastien Lambla

Published on 03 March 2015

Aberdeen Developers are pleased to present a talk by Sebastien Lambla, on Thursday 12th March 2015 at the Robert Gordon University.

OWIN, Why, What and How?

OWIN is a set of open interfaces for web components on .net. Much has changed since the early days of that specification. What is OWIN? What does componentising mean for building web application? Expect to see code, slides, unicorns, Funcs and discussions about how to build your components now and be ready for vNext for free!

Eventbrite - Aberdeen Developers .Net User Group - March 2015 Meeting

Speaker Bio

Sebastien Lambla has been involved in software development since receiving his first web browser, back in the days of Netsape Navigator 1.2. After a few years of hacking on javascript, he turned his attention to the .net platform, on which he would spend the next few years building software in many companies. From 2006, Sebastien has been running Caffeine IT, a consultancy helping clients from all over Europe implement first-grade and innovative solutions. Keen Open-Source promoter, Sebastien has created multiple high-profile open-source projects that are in use in many Fortune 500 companies, including OpenRasta, at a time the most popular resource-oriented framework on .net. Long-time advocate of the ReST architectural style and resource-oriented computing, Sebastien has delivered over the years new platforms leveraging the architecture of the web, from small independents to Fortune 500s.

Agenda - Thursday, 12th March 2015

  • 1800 - 1825: Arrival and registration
  • 1825 - 1830: Introduction
  • 1830 - 1930: OWIN, Why, What and How?
  • 1930 Onwards: Questions & Answers followed by Prize Draw

Location and Directions

Venue: Room N311, Riverside East Building, Garthdee Campus, Aberdeen, Aberdeen City AB10 7QQ, GB

Directions: Map showing Garthdee Campus

Prize Draw

All attendees will be entered into a prize draw, with the chance of winning one of the prizes from our fantastic sponsors.

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