On Wednesday September 4th, Slate is hosting the Reading.Net meeting at Slate HQ in Thames Tower.
Book your free space online on meetup.com
Here's the key information
Date: 4th September 2019
Venue: Thames Tower, Station Rd, Reading RG1 1LX
Key speaker: Marc Gravell
As well as Marc's 30 minute talk, we'll have a developer challenge and panel discussion, with panel members to be announced soon.
Opportunities for networking, drinks and nibbles also included.
About Marc Gravell
Marc is a Microsoft MVP and currently working for Stack Overflow/ Stack Exchange.
He is the author/co-author of multiple popular .NET libraries such as “StackExchange.Redis”, “Dapper” and “Protobuf-net” and an active member of the .NET open source community.
Talking between services with gRPC, and other tricks
Monolith applications are almost unheard of in today’s world, with most applications talking between a host of servers – whether micro- or macro- for data and functionality. A wide range of service layers exist for this, but .NET Core 3 adds first-class support for gRPC, Google’s preferred offering.
In this session, Marc Gravell looks at how you can integrate gRPC between your applications – or to external gRPC resources – with efficiency and high performance, including new options for publishing and consuming gRPC services
What will you gain?
- Network with other developers
- Creative challenges - prove you know your stuff
- Ask us about the Slate Tardis!
- Keynote talk on gPRC
- Panel discussion - post questions in advance (or on the night) to #AskSlate on twitter