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Raleigh Code Camp 2019

Raleigh Code Camp 2019

If you are near the Raleigh area in October, I would highly recommend attending the one day event know as Raleigh Code Camp. https://codecamp.org


This year, my proposal to speak was selected on the topic of AWS and .NET CORE. Here is the summary of the talk:

Migrate legacy code into the serverless realm with AWS Lambda and .NET Core. Why have an application server running 247, constant OS updates, and complex configuration? Make the switch to a serverless infrastructure and start focusing on the code that drives your idea.

Integration of AWS services and deployment within Visual Studio 2017 or 2019 is super easy.

New Project

Once you select your new project, you can then use one of the pre-created project blueprints. These are mostly complete projects that will get you started with a framework of using the AWS services.

AWS Blueprints

Some points to consider when using Lambda:

  • Build custom back-end services
  • Bring your own code
  • Completely automated administration
  • Built-in fault tolerance
  • Automatic scaling
  • Run code in response to Amazon CloudFront requests
  • Orchestrate multiple functions
  • Integrated security model
  • Pay per use
  • Flexible resource model

Places to Find Additional Help.

AWS Lambda .NET Core GitHub Repository https://github.com/aws/aws-lambda-dotnet

AWS SDK for .NET GitHub Repository https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-net

AWS .NET Developer Blog https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/developer/category/net/

AWS .NET Twitter Handle https://twitter.com/awsfornet

AWS .NET Developer Guide https://aws.amazon.com/documentation/sdk-for-net/

Visual Studio 2017 or 2019 https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vs/

AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio https://aws.amazon.com/visualstudio/

Postman https://www.getpostman.com/

If you would like to review the two demos that I provided during the session, then take a jump over to the repo https://github.com/curtisdarst/rcc2019/



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