Future Tech 2022
|Tijd||No time known|
|Thema||.NET, Cloud, Security|
|Speaker||Sander Molenkamp||Edwin van Wijk||Hanno Embregts|
|Description||Future Tech is the technology conference for developers, architects and experts to discuss and dive deep into C#, .NET & Microsoft technologies such as .NET Core, ASP.NET Core, Azure and more. In 2019, they had their first in-person conference, in 2020 they had the Future Tech Masterclasses Live and in 2021, the event went digital! But in 2022 Future Tech is going in-person once again!|
The attendees will encounter tested and new possibilities of improving and speeding up development, implementation and management on a big scale for applications.
The main goal of Future Tech is to share all available knowledge, ideas and know-how concerning the newest (Microsoft/.NET/C#) technologies and innovations with a focus on DevOps, Cloud, Emerging Technologies, Non-Technical Skills & Security.
Will Git Be Around Forever? A List of Possible Successors
In this session, Hanno Embregts will talk about:
What source control software did you use in 2010? Possibly Git, if you were an early adopter or a Linux kernel committer. But chances are you were using Subversion, as this was the product of choice for the majority of the software developers. Ten years later, Git is the most popular product. Which makes me wonder: what will we use another ten years from now?
In this talk we will think about what features we want from our source control software in 2030. More speed? Better collaboration support? No merge conflicts ever?
I’ll also discuss a few products that have been published after Git emerged, including Plastic, Fossil and Pijul. I’ll talk about the extent to which they contain the features we so dearly desire and I’ll demonstrate a few typical use cases. To conclude, I’ll try to predict which one will be ‘the top dog’ in 2030 (all information is provided “as is”, no guarantees etc. etc.).
So attend this session if you’re excited about the future of version control and if you want to have a shot at beating even (!) the early adopters. Now if it turns out I was right, remember that you heard it here first. ?
Dapr workshop: build microservice applications the easy way
Edwin van Wijk and Sander Molenkamp (co-writers of the e-book Dapr for .NET Developers) will run a Dapr workshop.
In this session you will get an introduction of Dapr and the Dapr building blocks. After that, you will learn how to apply Dapr yourself in a sample application during the hands-on part of the workshop.
The workshop features step-by-step instructions so you can work on this at your own pace. During the workshop you will get hands-on experience with the following Dapr building blocks: service invocation, state management, pub/sub, bindings and secret management.
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