DevNation 2016: Rick Wagner on .NET development with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
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A quick guide to .NET development on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
On DevNation‘s opening day, Red Hat will present a technical session: “A quick guide to .NET development on Red Hat Enterprise Linux”. This talk will be a gentle introduction to Microsoft’s newest development toolkit, .NET Core.
.NET Core is a brand new open source framework for writing business applications. For the first time, developers can combine a highly productive Microsoft toolkit with the runtime advantages offered by RHEL. Microsoft and Red Hat are excited about this development, you will be too.
In this session, you’ll learn about the major moving pieces and how .NET Core applications are built. We’ll examine a few simple examples. You will leave this session with an excitement for .NET Core and everything you need to easily write your first application.
3:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
For additional information and articles on .NET Core visit our .NET Core web page for more on this topic.
About the presenter:
Rick Wagner has been programming professionally for 26 years in a variety of environments. Among his notable accomplishments, Rick lists: Maintaining assembly language programs on a mainframe, Working with an application run with punchcards, Becoming a Sun Certified Enterprise Architect, Helping write a book and reviewing many books, and Participating on a tiger team fixing high-profile disasters . Rick has previously made presentations for Jboss World, International Association of Software Architects, TresNet and others.
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