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Sahil Malik Avoiding Common JavaScript Mistakes - Sahil Malik (MVP)
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 6:30 PM
JavaScript is incredibly dynamic, and runs almost everywhere. It is the only language whose execution speed has gone up a million times in the last few years. As amazing as JavaScript is, the language itself can be very painful to work in. It is challenging because it is so easy to write bad code in JavaScript, especially if you are coming from a C-like language such as Java, C++ or C#. In this talk, I will point out some of the most common mistakes advanced but new to JavaScript developers make.

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Sahil Malik is a Microsoft MVP, INETA speaker, a .NET author, consultant and trainer. Sahil loves interacting with fellow geeks in real time. His talks and trainings are full of humor and practical nuggets. You can find more about his training at http://www.winsmarts.com/training.aspx. His areas of expertise are cross platform Mobile app development, Microsoft anything, and security and identity. Having worked in 17 countries, 5 continents, an author of 20 books, he is a hardcore techie.

G. Andrew Duthie Build Great Websites and Apps with Azure App Service - G. Andrew Duthie
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at 6:30 PM
Earlier this year, Microsoft announced the new Azure App Service. This new service has a lot of features, many of which are evolutions of the Azure Website and Azure Mobile Service offerings, which have been renamed to Web Apps and Mobile Apps, respectively. Additionally, Azure App Service adds two new offerings, Logic Apps, which are essentially workflows that can be developed visually or using a JSON-based syntax, as well as API Apps, which you can use to create and modify connectors that are used as the building blocks for Logic Apps.

In this session, consultant G. Andrew Duthie will walk through the four major pillars of Azure App Service, demonstrating how you can build end-to-end experiences for your users that encompass websites and powerful mobile apps, combined with a workflow that leverages third-party services like Twitter and Twilio to easily add useful functionality.

G. Andrew Duthie is a developer and trainer focused on helping clients use web-based technologies to deliver compelling and functional solutions. With nearly 10 years as a Technical Evangelist for Microsoft, and appearances at events from local to national scale, Andrew has brought development knowledge to thousands of developers in the U.S. and beyond.

You can keep up with Andrew's latest activities on his blog at http://devhammer.net, and drop him a note at http://devhammer.net/contact, and also follow him on twitter at @devhammer.

Riccardo Terrell Functional F# Programming in .NET - A success story - Riccardo Terrell
Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 6:30 PM
In recent years companies and developers have become more interested in functional programming, as result of this increase in requests, mainstream languages have begun to introduce functional concepts and characteristics as part of their native ecosystem.
If you are a .NET developer, F# can be a valuable tool to have at your disposal to solve today’s most relevant issues. F# is a great functional first language with full support for Object Oriented Programming.
One of the biggest advantages of using F# is that it assures your code is bug-free and ready for concurrency without changing your code base.
In this talk, I will give an intro to Functional Programming and F# features for C# developers, illustrating with code samples why you should care, where it is useful and how to start using it today. You will walk away with an understanding that Functional Programing is a paradigm that can be adopted to solve specific problems and mixed with other paradigms such as Object Oriented and Imperative programs. Achieving success often comes down to finding the right tool for the job.

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Riccardo Terrell, is a Software Architect at Microsoft who is passionate about functional programming. He is active in the Functional Programing community and started the DC F# user’s group. Riccardo is a believer in polyglot programming as a mechanism in finding the right tool for the job. He likes to describe himself as a functional guy living in an imperative world.


  

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