A Deep Dive into ASP.NET Core MVC with Joe Audette


Join me and the Enterprise Developers Guild on
Tuesday, October 25, at 6:00 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) of the Microsoft Charlotte Office. We are going to take a deep dive into ASP.NET Core MVC.

The meeting presenter is Joe Audette.

Joe Audette started out working with MS Access 2.0/95 and VB6 back in 1996. He has been doing web development since the beginning with Classic ASP and then ASP.NET when it first came out. Over the years, he has done quite a bit of work in content management and ecommerce. He wrote the blog module for a thing called Rainbow Portal back in 2003 and founded the mojoPortal project in 2004. He actively developed mojoPortal and commercial add on features until late 2014 and still support it for any security issues. He began working on a new set of web components in late 2014 with MVC 5 and moved to ASP.NET Core in June of 2015 (beta 4 or 5). Now he has a number of related open source projects and components branded as “cloudscribe”. The main projects are cloudscribe.Core which is a multi-tenant web application foundation for managing sites, users and roles, and cloudscribe.SimpleContent which is a blog and content engine that can be used with Open Live Writer and can work with or without a database. He is currently trying to bootstrap his own business again building commercial components that can integrate with ASP.NET Core apps including but not limited to my open source apps. You can read his blog at www.joeaudette.com and follow him on Twitter at @joeaudette.

The meeting is sponsored by AvidXchange.

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