There is much choice when it comes to Business Intelligence (BI) products these days. In this webinar session, you will learn about Microsoft’s Business Intelligence Platform, and get a wealth of tips and tricks to make your life easier and keep your customers happy.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
ASP.NET Core offers the exciting ability to develop, test, and deploy on different platforms. In this 1-hour webinar with Jason Bell, you will learn how to use Docker to create a consistent testing and deployment target for ASP.NET Core applications. You will also examine a real-world case study application that uses Amazon’s EC2 Container Service.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
Did you like this webinar? Check out our ASP.NET Core with Docker live, 2-day virtual course.
To perform the demonstrations as shown during the webinar, you must have the Docker tools installed for your platform (the Community Edition is fine). You can find a download for each supported platform here: https://www.docker.com/get-docker.
In this webinar with Ike Ellis, a 5 year Microsoft Data Platform MVP, you will learn about the Azure Data storage platform and where the best places are to store each type of data. With so many available options, one can be paralyzed with choice. This webinar seeks to ease that anxiety and provide direction for application developers and DBAs. This webinar includes info on Azure CosmosDB which was announced at Build 2017 to replace DocumentDB.
You’ll learn the differences between:
See demos and review case studies so that you’ll have a complete view of how data is stored in Azure and how to choose great tools, leading your project down the path to success.… Read more
Today Wintellect held a live Python jumpstart coding session for C# Developers presented by Michael Kennedy, host of the TalkPython and PythonBytes podcasts.
A couple weeks ago Michael presented Wintellect’s live webinar “Write Pythonic Code Through 5 Examples.” During this session, we found that 53% of our audience had .NET/C# backgrounds. Keeping this in mind, Michael and Wintellect decided it would be advantageous to do another Python webcast but geared to those with C# backgrounds that wanted to learn the python language. This webinar will give you a Python Jumpstart as we look at the parallels of the two languages and those concepts in Python.
Every major language or platform feature that you know and love in C# there’s a analogous feature in Python and sometimes the feature in Python is even better.
Michael started the session with a quick Python language introduction about the ecosystem. He then spent the the remaining time building a game for the audience, a version of an old pastime to many “Dungeons and Dragons”.
Following the coding session there was a live Q&A session.
We hope you find this recorded Python webinar session useful. As Michael mentions in the webcast, he will be teaching two upcoming Python workshops if you are interested in learning more.… Read more
Last week, Wintellect held a live coding Python webinar presented by Michael Kennedy, host of the TalkPython and PythonBytes podcasts. Michael provided a live coding session showing Python examples for:
Using these best features and best practices of the Python language, attendees learned how to write more efficient and readable code which will also enable them to pick up other Python libraries more quickly.
StackOverflow’s 2017 Developer Survey Results has shown Python’s popularity has shot up 50% in the past 5 years. Python was also the most wanted language at 20.6%, meaning the language that developers want to use in 2017 after ranking 4th last year. We also found with polling during the webinar most of our audience at 53% had .NET/C# backgrounds and only 55% had a basic script knowledge of Python but were interested in learning the language and planned to use it this year.
The 1-hour webinar was followed by a 1/2-hour live Q & A session where attendees could ask Michael more questions about what they learned in the presentation or other questions about Python.… Read more
On Thursday Wintellect held a live hand’s-on webinar on Xamarin mobile development for building cross-platform apps including IOS, Android and Windows Devices. The agenda included an interactive and coding presentation from Jason Bell, including the mobile landscape and development options, the Xamarin development platform, Xamarin application architectural options and building shared application components.
In this week’s Introduction to GraphQL & Relay webinar attendees learned how GraphQL could help improve upon Rest Services by allowing them to view data as a graph. This data can also be queried to serve data in the shape and amount needed by the consumer. Relay was also introduced showing how it is a great framework for React applications to consume GraphQL services.
Through polling we found most attendees hadn’t used GraphQL so it was a very informative session for the audience to understand the benefits and how to use it. After reviewing the GraphQL code there was a live demo to experiment with the code followed by a demonstration of Relay and a final code review. We ended the session with a live Q & A so the audience could ask any questions regarding the topics discussed.
Eric covered the differences between Angular 1 and 2 as well as a live coding session for the essentials of building components, building templates, data binding and handling events.
Want to learn more about how containerization helps to enable advanced DevOps solutions using Docker? Blaize Stewart just completed a new Webinar called An Introduction to Docker that shows how to utilize the Docker Hub to find pre-built images that can be used as is or as a basis for your own images. He then shows how to build and deploy your own images for use in a Docker container.
He also shows how the Docker ecosystem can be used to build a scalable deployment model for your DevOps solutions. For more information, watch the complete video or check out our 2-day live virtual course “Docker Head to Toe“.… Read more
In this interview John Petersen talks to John Robbins about the importance of copyright to software developers, how Visual Studio Online is different from TFS, and how half-baked frameworks are taking their toll on developers.
John Petersen has been developing software for over 20 years. It all started when, as a staff accountant, he was asked to get involved in a system upgrade to replace an old IBM Series 1 computer (about the size of a large refrigerator!). Those first programs were written in Clipper in the summer of 1987. Since that time, tools he has used include dBase, FoxBase, Visual FoxPro, and Visual Basic.… Read more