The workshop on Microsoft’s still young web framework Blazor, which will be held on 7. December as part of the betterCode() online conference .NET 5.0 is now sold out. Therefore a further date is now offered on 15. January, for which interested parties can register now.
Topics and concept of the workshop
Speaker of the workshop is Holger Schwichtenberg, among others also blogger on heise Developer. He will present a practical scenario (task management "MiracleList") he offers a compact introduction to SPA programming with Blazor. The most recent version – Blazor 5.0 – will be covered.
More information about the agenda can be found on the conference website.
The program of the betterCode() .NET 5.0
In the course of the day of the online conference on 3. December, participants will be given practical knowledge to familiarize themselves with the innovations of .NET 5.0 and to get an assessment of how they can approach the update.
Participants will have the opportunity to ask their questions to proven .NET insiders such as Holger Schwichtenberg, Christian Wenz, Rainer Stropek, Andre Kramer and Tim Cadenbach – either via chat or directly via BigBlueButton rooms integrated into the venueless online conference platform. Finally, Immo Landwerth, Program Manager for .NET at Microsoft, will even give a preview of .NET 6.0.
Participants can expect eight 45-minute presentations:
- From .NET Framework to .NET Core to .NET 5.0: Status, migration paths and effort
- What’s new in C# 9.0?
- ASP.NET Core 5.0 and Blazor 5.0
- The new features in Entity Framework Core 5.0
- Mobile development with .NET 5
- New features in .NET 5.0
- Windows UI Library 3 (WinUI3) as an alternative to WPF and UWP
- Outlook to .NET 6
The online conference costs 199 euros (all prices plus VAT). 16 % VAT.). Teams can additionally benefit from group discounts. The workshop costs 449 euros, with a combined discount for booking the workshop and conference.
An overview of the presentation program can also be found on the conference website.
betterCode() is a new brand of heise Developer and dpunkt.verlag, under whose umbrella online conferences are held.