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James Chadwick Building SPAs with Aurelia and TypeScript - James Chadwick
Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 6:30 PM
Aurelia is a new framework for building Single Page Applications (SPAs) that has been getting a lot of attention because of its elegant and innovative approaches to things like data binding, UI composition, navigation, and custom components, as well as its embracing of EcmaScript 2015. TypeScript is a strongly typed and compiled language that is a superset of JavaScript, and shares a lot of features with EcmaScript 2015 and 2016. As a result, building Aurelia apps with TypeScript is a perfect fit. In this session, come see first-hand how Aurelia, when combined with TypeScript, empowers teams of any size to build and manage rich client-side applications for mobile, desktop, and web.

James Chadwick is a Senior Software Developer at InScope International where he focuses on developing applications aimed at promoting nuclear non-proliferation.

On a never-ending adventure to master his craft, James' bag of tricks includes technologies such as TypeScript, Aurelia, Gulp, C#, and Domain Driven Design.

He can often be found at meetups throughout Northern Virginia and DC such as Capital Area .NET, Tech Talk DC, and Microsoft Maniacs.

Keep up with James through his blog at, or follow him on twitter at @jamespchadwick.

Sidney Andrews Managing the Internet of Things, Ingesting Data at Scale using a Lambda Architecture
Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 6:30 PM
Our web services and applications can now be connected to millions of devices simultaneously and are still expected to perform admirably. For line-of-business data, this is an exercise where we scale our database. What about our other smaller, more frequent data? How do we handle billions of telemetry transactions from millions of devices? In this talk we will explore the Lambda Architecture design and how we can split the processing of our data so that we have both immediate feedback from our telemetry and long-term analysis. We will first explore the Event Hubs service as an endpoint to capture our telemetry. For speed, we will look at how we can use Stream Analytics to create a slice of our telemetry averaged over time and then dump that data into SQL Database. For completeness, we will look at options such as HDInsight and SQL Data Warehouse and how they can allow us to perform advanced analytics over our complete, raw data.

Sidney Andrews is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Azure consultant with SeeSharpRun.NET. He has a background in ASP.NET web development along with extensive experience developing applications using XAML. Sidney has driven efforts to develop and deliver Azure readiness training through channels such as the Ignite Conference, Microsoft Virtual Academy, Microsoft Official Courseware, internal Microsoft training and even public whitepapers.

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