I have been away from home more than at home this fall! I have two trips behind me:
Trip 1: London for ProgNet, Salt Lake City for Pluralsight Live and Denver for Explore DDD.
Trip 2: Orlando for AngularMix then a side trip to Miami to visit friends and relatives
I’m home again for a bit then off again to Las Vegas for Devintersection. If you are still thinking about going (you should, really) you can still get a small discount using the code “LERMAN” when you register.
I will be giving 3 talks, participating in a panel and of course attending talks.
One for SURE that I’ll attend is on EF Core by two members of the team (and my friends!) Diego Vega and Andrew Peters on Tuesday.
I’m also doing an EF Core 2 talk which will be complementary to their session (not redundant) . That talk is on Wednesday morning.
Later on Wednesday I’m doing a session (should be FUN) for developers to take advantage of SQL Server in containers for quick dev environments. There I will show setting up and using a docker container with SQL Server for Linux (on my mac) and then a windows container for SQL Server Developer. For a dev or testing environment these are such fast and easy ways to spin up a SQL Server.
In my last session, which is on Thursday, I’m going to mostly code (yay! What is more fun that that?) to build up a data api and provide some design guidance at the same time as letting you get MORE eyeballs full of EF Core 2.0. And for a bonus, I finally got my hands on Azure Functions so I get to show off what I built on there as well.
After that, I’ll be on the closing panel. One NEVER knows what to expect there. Should be fun.
And also how cool is this graphic that the conference created, just for me to share just with you!
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