On Thursday, June 26th, from 1:30pm to 3:30pm, Microsoft MVP, Plurasight guru, and book author Matt Milner will be presenting on how to build connected systems using the .NET platform.
Matt brings a ton of real-world experience helping customers build connected systems on the Microsoft platform. After Matt and I completed our podcast a while back, it seemed like a natural extension for Matt to dive deeper into his area of expertise and do a sessions open to developers and architects interested in connected systems. Here is the abstract for the event:
Applications today are invariably connected across process and network boundaries. Building connected systems comes with challenges from the classic: scalability, reliability, state management, and security; to new challenges of supporting the latest technologies such as ATOM, RSS, REST, JSON, and always being able to provide business value. Developers need a platform that is robust enough to build systems today, and flexible enough to handle the challenges and changes to come. In this seminar we will focus on two technologies in the .NET framework that provide the foundation for building connected systems: Windows Communication Foundation and Windows Workflow Foundation. We will examine the design of each of these frameworks and discuss how you can use them to more easily build complex applications.