Dino Esposito workshop on March 29 in Moscow

    We are playing two places at the Dino Esposito Closed Seminar “Real-time Data Coming at Last in ASP.NET Core” in Moscow on March 29. Dino will talk about the new ASP.NET SignalR library.

    More details - under the cut.

    On March 29, from 19:00 to 20:30, a private seminar from Dino Esposito “Real-time Data Coming at Last in ASP.NET Core” will be held at Luxoft Training. We will talk about the new ASP.NET SignalR library, which simplifies working with web functions in real time.
    We decided to play two places at the seminar among the subscribers of the Facebook Learning Center community . Participation for them will be free.

    To take part in the draw, you need to in the comments under the postuntil March 25 (until 23:59 min Moscow time) write that you want to attend the seminar. Also tell us why you want to attend this event (why is the topic important to you)?

    There will be two winners: one will be chosen by the Luxoft Training team (for the best argument), and the second we will choose on March 26 at random.

    Attention! In case of a win, participants must be ready to provide the page administrators with their contact details (name, surname, e-mail and phone) in order to receive a written invitation to the event.

    About the workshop


    Dino Esposito (Italy) - the author of several works on the ASP.Net platform and software architecture - will talk about the new ASP.NET SignalR library. Thanks to it, the server can instantly transfer content to the connected client. SignalR supports web sockets and legacy browsers, and also includes an API for managing connections (such as connecting and disconnecting events), grouping connections, and authorizing.

    You can use SignalR not only for chats, but also to make the user interface more interactive with updates with selected user groups. For example, SignalR allows you to add features from social networks (such as Facebook) to applications and quickly update the user interface in terms of performance and coding.

    The seminar is held in English .

    Read more about the workshop.

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