The London .NET User Group was set up in 2002, to support the community of local software developers working with Microsoft .NET. Our monthly meetings are a great way to keep up with what's happening with .NET. We've hosted talks and sessions from people right across the .NET spectrum, from recognised industry experts like Scott Hanselman, Udi Dahan, and Richard Campbell, to first-time speakers and regular developers sharing their own projects and expertise.
With .NET Core firmly established as a modern cross-platform development ecosystem, there's never been a better time to get involved in the .NET community. Whether you're a veteran with fifteen years of ASP.NET WebForms experience or a new developer looking to build your first .NET web or mobile application, we're a great place to meet like-minded developers, share ideas and learn from each other.
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Everything you wanted to know about caching
Featuring Anthony Dang
Caching can be your best-friend or your worst best-friend. A poor cache implementation can mean the difference between experiencing blazing fast performance or unexplained random slowness, or both! It can even result in random stale (out of date) content which you can't explain. In this talk...varnish redis caching architecture .net
Event Driven Collaboration
Featuring Ian Cooper
When we move from a monolith to microservices we abandon integrating via a shared database, as each service must own its own data to allow them it to be autonomous. But now we have a new problem, our data is distributed. What happens if I need one service needs to talk to another about a shared...architecture microservices service-design event-driven-architecture event-driven .net ldnug
Architecture: The Stuff That's Hard to Change
Featuring Dylan Beattie
We’ve all heard of the idea of ‘software architecture’. We’ve read books about domain-driven design and event sourcing, we’ve been to conferences and learned about micro services and REST APIs. Some of us remember working with n-tiers and stored procedures... some of us are still using them. But...architecture enterprise-architect architectural-patterns hexagonal-architecture
Saving the World with IoT
Featuring Tomasz Bartoszewski
You don't have to be a super hero, to make a difference to our planet. Just a bit of programming skills will suffice. We can't imagine our lives without electricity. We use it to have light and heat, keep our food fresh, we work with computers, use mobile phones, and don't forget...cloud azure iot .net ldnug
Microsoft's Open Source Journey: From Pure Evil to .NET Core 3.0
Featuring Scott Hanselman
For anybody involved in doing open source development with Microsoft .NET, the last decade has been nothing short of remarkable - and there's not many people better qualified to tell us about it than Scott Hanselman.code microsoft open-source .net-core .net ldnug
The London .NET Christmas Quiz!
Featuring Dylan Beattie and Mark Rendle
It's been a great year for .NET, a great year for open source software, and a great year for the London .NET User Group - but how much can YOU remember? Join us as we close out the year with something a little bit different. Quizmasters Mark Rendle and Dylan Beattie will test your knowledge....net asp.net f#.net f# csharp c# alt.net
Zero to Mobile Hero - Intro to Xamarin and Azure DevOps
Featuring Luce Carter
You can be faced with a nightmare of Xcode, Android Studio, Swift, Objective C, Swift and other options. This means not only learning multiple languages and frameworks but also having to support two different codebases for the same application. But Xamarin Native and Xamarin.Forms offer a...devops mobile .net c# android ios xamarin