Day 3 – Knocking it out the park, with KnockoutJS by Miguel A. Castro (@miguelcastro67)
The first talk I attended on day 3 was Knocking it out the park, with KnockoutJS by Miguel A. Castro
Miguel’s talk walked you through KnockoutJS, what you would use it for and showed you several demos as he went building upon each one as he covered more and more on KnockoutJS. Miguel is a very good speaker, his talk was very well delivered and flowed excellently – his demos were useful and were very well explained.
Day 3 – ASP.NET SignalR 2.0 and beyond by Damien Edwards and David Fowler(@DamianEdwards)
The second talk on day 3 I attended was ASP.NET SignalR 2.0 and beyond by Damien Edwards and David Fowler
Damien Edwards and David Fowler introduced everyone to a new major version of SignalR and what has been added/updated.
There is tighter integration with OWIN, .NET 4.5 server dependency, full support for self-hosting, new clients, massively improved cross-domain/CORS support, API usability improvements, easier hub unit testing and better error handling. We’ll cover all this and give a sneak peak and new features in upcoming releases in this information packed session. Very informative talk which I enjoyed.
Day 3 – The future of C# by Mads Torgersen (blogs.msdn.com/b/madst/)
The third talk I attended on Day 3 was The future of C# by Mads Torgersen
Mads talked about how the past several years, the Microsoft C# team has been focused on rebuilding the compilers and editing experiences as part of Project Roslyn. He also introduced us to potential new language features are on the designers’ minds. Features discussed included read only auto properties, multiple return values, null checking, structural typing is ‘on the radar’.
Day 3 – Object Oriented Design in the Wild by Jessica Kerr (@jessitron)
The fourth talk I attended on Day 3 was Object Oriented Design in the Wild by Jessica Kerr
Jessica talked about the reasoning behind object-oriented design principles, and how we find their application in the wider world. This session will challenge you to go beyond rules and standards and ask, when is clean code worth your time? Go beyond OO and come back with new insight. Interesting talk all about OO in different languages.
Day 3 – ASP.NET SignalR 2.0 and beyond by Damien Edwards and David Fowler(@davidfowl)
The fifth talk on day 3 I attended was Using ASP.NET SignalR in Anger by Damien Edwards and David Fowler
Damien Edwards and David Fowler What showed off the best patterns for using SignalR in a real application – both guys walked through code samples of how to go about doing such a thing and discussed a number of topics including when best to use SignalR as opposed to other technologies.