Nancy, the super duper happy OSS .NET project

A session at .NET Fringe Conference

Monday 13th April, 2015

2:50pm to 3:20pm (PST)

Founded in 2010, Nancy has grown to become one of the most popular community driven .NET web frameworks. It offers a unified, lightweight, modular API with an elegant syntax inspired by Sinatra from Ruby. The Nancy community is one of the most active in .NET open source consisting of 8 core team members and over 200 contributors! With over 2,500 stargazers, Nancy is one of the top .NET projects on GitHub. Earlier this year a tremendous milestone was reached with the long awaited release of Nancy 1.0.

In this talk I'll discuss the origins of the project and the journey it took during its evolution to 1.0. I'll showcase some examples which demonstrate why the framework is so compelling and share some insights on future vision for the project, including current plans for 2.0.

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Adam Ralph

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Time 2:50pm3:20pm PST

Date Mon 13th April 2015


Main Stage, Bossanova Ballroom

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