16. February 2015 13:18
At TechEd last year, various Scotts and a David announced ASP.NET vNext, the biggest thing to happen to the Microsoft web developers story since ASP.NET 1.0.
It's a moving target as it's still in development but I can guarantee it will cover:
- The Core CLR, the K Runtime, and the project.json file
- How Roslyn fits into the story
- The merging of MVC and Web API into a single, streamlined, uber-framework
- The new features in MVC 6
- An update on Simple.Data 2.0
Look, it's all awesome. Just come and see.
Mark Rendle has been making software professionally for over 25 years, and still enjoys it. He consults on cloud computing and application development, and is the founder of Zudio, a browser-based application for managing data in Microsoft Azure. He is currently working on Simple.Data 2.0, and playing with ASP.NET 5 and .NET Core, Aurelia and EcmaScript 6, as well as Docker and other Linux-y things. He would very much like it if somebody sent him a HoloLens.
The meeting will open at 6:00 p.m on Tuesday, the 17th March 2015 at the Lecture Theatre, EDF Energy Conference Centre, Barnwood, Gloucester GL4 3RS. You can arrive from Barnett Way and park at the EDF Energy car park. Conference building is located directly on the left from main reception and it's pass protected. You'll need to sign in for the fire registry.
Welcome Start at 6.15pm and the as usual event at 6.30pm and end at about 9pm. There will be a half-time break with pizza and a quick pub visit afterwards. Please arrive on time.