Come join Alyssa Nicoll as she dives into the .NET world by learning SignalR. Ed Charbeneau will be co-hosting to create a week full of fun streams! They’ll be using SignalR to recreate the well-known card game, “Crazy Eights” throughout the week. This SignalR app will send asynchronous notifications to a client-side Blazor web application over WebSockets enabling real-time interactivity between users.
Alyssa and Ed will also be joined by influencers and developers in the SignalR community. The first day will kick things off with David Pine joining the show and answering all of our burning SignalR questions. Later in the week, we'll be joined by Kevin Griffin, Brady Gaster and Sam Basu! Come join the fun on the CodeItLive Twitch Channel!!
Q: What if I miss a stream? Will I still be able to follow along?
A: YES! For starters, all streams will be recorded, so you can always catch up on shows you missed. And if you're late, that's ay-okay, too, as you can just drop a greeting in the chat letting us know you're just tuning in and we'll try to get you up to speed. The benefit of the live show, you know. So no worries, if you're late or if you completely miss it, you'll still be very welcome to hang out with us!
As always, we want to hear all your suggestions and get your help with the code! So prep your Crazy 8s knowledge and SignaR questions and suggestions!
You can join in whenever you’d like! We’ll be live between 11:00 am – 3:00 pm ET every day from 12 to 15 January. We’ll be giving away random prizes throughout the week to people who participate in the chat, so bring your wildest, funniest, dreamiest suggestions and let's see what we can build together!
Alyssa streams all things UI every Wednesday at 3 pm ET. Get hyped for the SignaR's Crazy 8s streams by catching up on her latest episode.
Ed Charbeneau goes live every Wednesday at 10 am ET to code all things Blazor. Catch up on past episodes and get hyped for the SignaR's Crazy 8s week of streams.
A friend from the .NET team over at Microsoft. He's a SignalR expert, who also loves to tinkers with MIDI hardware, and makes loud music with computers.
Kevin will discuss a real-life project that uses SignalR heavily underneath the scenes. It involves aggregating 911 data and then reporting changes to various dashboards. It is used by emergency services and civilians alike. The key to the service is that it needs to be updated in real-time as the dashboards are critical to reporting life or death incidents to emergency personnel. SignalR is heavily used underneath the scenes to ensure all dashboards are up to date.
Sam Basu is a technologist, author, speaker, Microsoft MVP, gadget-lover and Progress Developer Advocate for Telerik products. With a long developer background, he now spends much of his time advocating modern web/mobile/cloud development platforms on Microsoft/Telerik technology stacks. His spare time calls for travel, fast cars, cricket and culinary adventures with the family. You can find him on the internet.
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