Overblik over Entity Framework 6.1

Dato: 22/5, kl. 1730 – 1830ish

Kom og hør Erik præsentere EF 6.1, som er en OR/M ovenpå din database.

erik

Erik Ejlskov Jensen er til dagligt .NET Udvikler hos Commentor, hvor han arbejder med SQL Server og .NET udvikling. Han er SQL Server MVP og blogger om data udvikling på http://erikej.blogspot.com. Han har for nyligt også bidraget til Entity Framework projektet.

Erik siger, at vi skal kigge på hvad Entity Framework egentlig er, hvad er er kommet af nyheder i version 6.0 / 6.1, samt lidt om hvad der er i støbeskeen.
Da Entity Framework er Open Source, vil jeg også vise hvad der skal til, for at du kan bidrage til at gøre det bedre.

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Windows Azure Active Directory for SaaS apps

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We will take a look at Windows Azure Active Directory and how we can use it to create SaaS applications. We will see how we can protect our web apis using Owin authorization server and WAAD. We will also take a look at Windows Azure Management Libraries and how we can use WAAD to get access tokens to manage our azure subscription. The focus of the session is about WAML and WAAD and you will learn how you can create dynamic infrastructure on windows azure to support scale in a SaaS solution.

pouls

Poul Kjeldager Sørensen has an overall wide experience with windows azure from his work at Composite, where he is working with Windows Azure related stuff for their SaaS platform. Poul is also working at Ascend Agro, creating a scalable azure solution for running and registration of Machine Learning and Image Analysis algorithms on aerial imaging.

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Cloud – mere end skalering: realtids webapplikationer med Angular- og EmberFire

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Meget handler om skalering og drift når der bliver talt om cloud, men det betyder også at der opstår nye typer services og dermed løsninger end hvad vi tidligere har set. I den her talk ser vi på hvordan en BaaS platform som Firebase sammen med moderne SPA frameworks kan bruges til hurtigt at bygge web-applikationer der viser realtids data. Noget der for relativt kort tid siden var om ikke umuligt er i hvert fald temmelig krævende, er pludselig blevet trivielt og giver en række nye muligheder for at lave applikationer der tillader hurtigere adgang til data i en foranderlig verden.

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Christian er uafhængig konsulent, og arbejder freelance som udvikler og arkitekt, efter at have beskæftiget sig med web på .NET platformen i et lille år-ti rundt omkring i Danmark. Det har især handlet om e-handel, men på det seneste også real-time analytics. De sidste 5 år har han været taler hos usergroups i det jyske, inden han flyttede til sjælland, og været med til at holde codecamps o.lign for ANUG.

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Global Windows Azure Bootcamp 2014

bootcamp-300x202Igen i år afholdes Global Windows Azure Bootcamp (GWAB) – denne gang i samarbejde med Windows Azure Usergroup Denmark.

GWAB er et gratis heldags arrangement med god mulighed for at komme hands-on med Windows Azure. Ligesom sidste år vil der være en “Compute Challenge”, som denne gang går ud på at samle så meget Azure-compute kræft som muligt for at hjælpe et velgørende formål. I år er fokus på at hjælpe Diabetis forskning (GlyQ-IQ) og alt der kræves er en Azure Subscription (du kan oprette en free trial uden forpligtelser).

Udover denne Compute Challenge vil der også være sessions og workshops i løbet af dagen, så uanset om du er til .NET, Java eller NodeJS skulle der være noget for en hver smag.

Dagens Program

09:00 Velkomst og intro til dagen – inkl. detaljer omkring dagens “Compute Challenge”
10:00 – 10.45 Brug af Hadoop/HDinsight på Azure med Daniel Guarnieri, Microsoft
11:00 – 11.45 Lasse Knudsen fra AzureTeam om Azure case
12:00 – 13:00 Frokost
13:00 – 13.45 Poul Sørensen om Windows Azure Active Directory
14:00 – 14.45 Morten Christensen om Windows Azure Web Sites
15:00 – 17:00 Hacking og socialisering

DTU’s bygning 324 har en række lounge områder, som er perfekte til hacking mens der gøres sessions i auditorierne.

Bor du i Jylland, så kan du tilmelde dig til det jyske GWAB event.

Hvornår: Lørdag d. 29. marts kl 9-17
Lokation:
DTU Lyngby, Bygning 324
Richard Petersens Plads

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Der er mulighed for at præsentere Azure relevant materiale, så skriv til cnugkernegruppen@googlegroups.com hvis du har noget at præsentere.

Hvis dit firma gerne vil sponsorere licenser, sodavand eller noget trejde til dette event så skriv til cnugkernegruppen@googlegroups.com

Abstracts

Introduction to Big Data with Hadoop on Azure

On October 28 2013, Microsoft announced general availability of HDInsight – A cloud based distribution of Hadoop that runs on Azure. Hadoop has become the de facto standard for Big Data computation and is often the engine behind deep analysis for corporations like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Netflix etc. With HDInsight Microsoft aims to bring Hadoop to the masses by providing an easy to use Hadoop-based service. Come to this session for an introduction to Big Data, Hadoop, and some of its companions like Pig and Hive. We will look into common use cases, show you how to get started with HDInsight, and discuss the principles of MapReduce and HDFS by analyzing performance characteristics of clustering algorithms.

Daniel Guarnieri
Software Development Engineer at Microsoft working on Dynamics Ax, Azure enthusiast, and wannabe sports climber.

HaveBox Disassembled

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Christian kommer og fortæller om hans fine HaveBox IoC.

Han gennemgår følgende i løbet af aftenen.

  • Hvad er IoC (optionel. Hvis hele publikum kender til IoC, så springer jeg det over)
  • IoC containere set fra en abstrakt vinkel.
  • HaveBoxs design og beslutninger bag design.
  • HaveBoxs implementering(Her vil jeg fokusere, de steder som kan være atypiske, men som giver et performance boost)

HTML5 – a developer perspective

CopenhagenJS and CNUG presents Rasmus Erik.

Abstract
HTML5/JavaScript is the widest deployed client application platform.
First, we start out with a helicopter view of the state of the APIs
from a developer perspective to get a taste of the platform. Then, in
the second part we dive in and take a look at the actual code, by
touching on some concrete examples using different parts of the APIs.

Bio
Rasmus Erik is a freelance computer scientist, whose experience
include professional software development, consulting, coaching,
teaching, and various talks. Read more on rasmuserik.com and follow @rasmuserik_com

When: 22th May 2013 at 7 pm.
Venue:
Netmester A/S
Bremerholm 4
1069 København K

Thanks to our host Netmester, they will also provide a drink and pizza.

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Simon Brown on Agile software architecture sketches

Agility is about moving fast and this requires good communication. A consistent, shared vision is essential in order for teams to push in the same direction, but it’s surprising that many agile teams struggle to effectively communicate the architecture of the software they are building. As an industry we do have the Unified Modeling Language (UML), yet many people favour informal “boxes and lines” sketches instead. The problem is that such diagrams rarely make any sense, usually need a narrative to accompany them and ultimately slow the team down. Although we can argue whether UML offers an effective way to communicate software architecture, that’s often irrelevant because many teams have already thrown out UML or simply don’t know it. Abandoning UML is one thing but, in the race for agility, many software development teams have lost the ability to communicate visually.

This session is aimed at everybody involved in the software development process and is about improving architectural communication in an agile environment. You’ll see some patterns and anti-patterns related to visual communication and you’ll learn some simple techniques for communicating software architecture using informal sketches.

Bio:

Simon lives in Jersey (Channel Islands) and works as an independent consultant, specialising in software architecture, technical leadership and the balance with agility. Simon regularly speaks at international software development conferences and provides consulting/training to software teams at organisations across Europe, ranging from small startups through to global blue chip companies. He is the founder of Coding the Architecture (a website about pragmatic, hands-on software architecture) and the author of Software Architecture for Developers (an e-book that is being published incrementally through Leanpub). He still likes to write code too, primarily in .NET and Java. Simon can be found on Twitter at @simonbrown.

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