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Vertically Sliced .NET Serverless Lambdas: The Made-for-TV Movie


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At Improving Houston

Thursday, February 13, 2020
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Vertically Sliced .NET Serverless Lambdas: The Made-for-TV Movie

Featured Speaker: Garo Yeriazarian

You’ve drunk the sugary fruity beverage and have begun your journey into cloud-native serverless architectures. This new landscape is full of new and exciting languages like Go, Rust, and JavaScript (ok, not all “new” and “exciting”), which are designed from the ground up to make serverless computing easy as Python. However, many organizations have made heavy investments in learning C# and building code that runs on .NET. Fresh off the Internet, .NET Core 3.1 has the capabilities to enable your teams to apply their highly marketable C# skillset and apply it to quickly and effectively build serverless applications on top of AWS Lambda and Azure Functions. In this talk, we’ll walk through porting an existing application as vertically sliced AWS Lambda functions, leveraging the new features in .NET Core 3.1 and the AWS SDK. This talk is for those who are interested in adapting to the modern demands of cloud-based applications, but could use some assurances that everything will work out in the end. (Spoiler alert: you win.)

About Garo Yeriazarian:
Born and raised in the Greater Houston Area, Garo has been writing software at least 15 years. He was *the* Software Whisperer for Baker Hughes, but, more recently, he is a Principal Consultant (and Software Whisperer) at Headspring, making silky smooth software everywhere he goes.

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