October 6, 2014 Meeting Information

IMPORTANT: We will NOT HAVE food for this meeting.

On October 6th, Keith Dahlby will share some great information on OWIN. Not sure what that is? We’ll you’re OWIN it to yourself to find out!

Topic: One Delegate to Rule Them All: Understanding OWIN

A list of keys, and a delegate: given a dictionary, return a Task. It is a strange fate that we should suffer so much fear and doubt over so small a thing. Yet from humble beginnings nearly four years ago, we have an open web standard for .NET that the community and Microsoft have fully embraced. From hosting with Katana or Helios to new frameworks and middleware free from the legacy of System.Web, the future of .NET web development will look much different from its past. This session will give a brief overview of OWIN and the current landscape, discuss its implications for .NET web application design, and review a real-world example of OWIN in action.

Keith Dahlby:
Keith Dahlby is a father, web developer, Git enthusiast, language geek and five-time C# MVP from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. By day he engineers e-commerce solutions for J&P Cycles and the Motorsport Aftermarket Group; by night he sometimes blogs with Los Techies. His open source efforts include posh-git, a Git environment for PowerShell; and up-for-grabs.net, a site featuring open source projects looking to mentor new contributors. He’s also a core contributor to LibGit2Sharp, used by GitHub for Windows and Git for Visual Studio. Keith studied Computer Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction at Iowa State University, and has spoken at developer events around the world. His talks have been described as “terrific!”, “very interactive!”, and “the best I’ve seen all hour!”.

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