Monday 16th May, 2016
9:30am to 5:30pm
There are major changes in the next version of ASP.NET and MVC.
ASP.NET Core 1.0 is the new modular hosting framework for web applications written in .NET, and ASP.NET Core MVC is the next version of Microsoft’s server-side web framework that unifies MVC and Web API. This release “is a reboot”, as quoted from a project manager on the ASP.NET team.
The world of ASP.NET is changing significantly, and this day-long workshop will cover these differences. This includes the changes in the hosting model of ASP.NET, how the .NET runtime can be ~/bin deployed to allow applications to be deployed completely self-contained, what changes are being made in MVC to build both HTML and API web applications, and the underlying project and compilation system that will be used to build it all.
Identity & Access Control
Dominick is an independent consultant, trainer and software developer. His focus is identity & access control protocols, web, mobile and API security. He’s the co-creator and maintainer of the popular IdentityModel, IdentityServer and IdentityManager open source projects (http://identityserver.io), blogs at http://leastprivilege.com and tweets as @leastprivilege.
Programming is hard. Security is harder. bio from Twitter
Brock is an independent consultant with 20 years of industry experience, specialising in web development and web-based security. He’s an author and instructor for developer training company DevelopMentor, where he manages the web curriculum. Brock is also a contributor to many open source projects including IdentityServer, IdentityManager, IdentityModel and MembershipReboot. He frequently posts to the ASP.NET forums, is an MVP for ASP.NET/IIS, a member of ASPInsiders, and a contributor to the ASP.NET platform.
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