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08.07.22 Emulating a Game Boy in .NET 6 with Wesley Cabus

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Hi everyone, Are you ready for a super geeky talk before the summer break? We definitely are! Many of us probably remember the times we played either with our own Game Boy or had the chance to use one of our friends. And yes, some of us are that old đŸ˜‰Please be aware we will have a barbecue before the main event, so the time of the start might fluctuate a bit. Be sure to register for the separate...

18.05.22 Performance tricks I learned from contributing to open source .NET packages with Daniel Marbach

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Hi everyone, We almost can’t believe it, we are going back to our previous location and will have an on-site meeting. Exciting! Performance tricks I learned from contributing to open source .NET packages As a practical learner, I’ve found performance optimizations are my biggest challenge and where I’ve learned the most helpful tricks, mostly by trial and error. It turns out the...

03.05.22 Adding authentication to your .Net Maui app with Mark Allibone

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Hi everyone, We almost can’t believe it. Finally, after so many months (shall we say years?) we’ll be hosting an event that you cannot attend in your pajamas đŸ˜‰ For regular attendees that remember that blurry time pre-pandemic, please double-check the location. We temporarily use a different one because our regular venue is already booked. Adding authentication to your .Net Maui app So...

12.04.2022 [Online] HTMX for ASP.NET Core Developers with Khalid Abuhakmeh

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Hi everyone The year is already in progress and we might already experience JavaScript front-end fatigue. Join us for an evening with Khalid about HTMX for ASP.NET Core Developers. HTMX for ASP.NET Core Developers Are you suffering from JavaScript front-end fatigue? Do you wish you could use your current ASP.NET Core knowledge to build impressive client-side experiences that both you and your...

25.01.2022 [Online] Compilers can be surprising with Bartosz Adamczewski

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Hi everyone After the New Year’s break, we meet for a heartwarming story about how Roslyn and the JIT compiler compile your code and how this can affect performance in unexpected ways. Compilers can be surprising Mike Acton used to say that a compiler can only help solve about 10% of your problem domain; the rest you have to do yourself. That was many years ago. Has something changed? Yes...