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The Cloud Skills Show: .NET

adamj89 profile image Adam Jackson ・3 min read

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The Cloud Skills show is a livestream brought to you by the Developer Relations team in the UK. Each week the team will bring guests from the around the world to talk about technical skills. We will cover the latest Microsoft Cloud news and announcements and introduce guests from communities across the tech ecosystem.

In this episode, we’re covering .NET. There have been some exciting announcements recently with .NET 5 officially launching and .NET Conf 2020 recently taking place. We’ll meet some of the .NET community in this show and get their take on what’s hot right now, and learn more about different parts of the .NET community along the way.


A huge thank you to the guests appearing on this week's show:

Carole Logan, who co-hosted this episode. Carole is Development Team Leader at Equator, a digital agency in Glasgow, Scotland. She is also a Mentor at Coder Dojo, Chapter Leader of Ladies of Code Glasgow and Organiser of the Glasgow Umbraco User Group.

Laurent Bugnion, Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft. Laurent has had a distinguished career working with .NET since version 1.0 and now focuses on building learning content used at Microsoft events around the world.

Jessica White, a Lead Developer, community organiser for .NET Notts User Group and Co-Founder of DDD East Midlands. Jessica has been awarded Microsoft MVP Status for Developer Technologies. Jessica also appeared in the Languages & Frameworks and the Hacktoberfest Episodes.

David Whitney, an Independent Software Consultant and author. David has written books to get kids into programming and has been awarded Microsoft MVP Status for Developer Technologies.


Resources from today

Resource URL
.NET Conf 2020 Keynote - Welcome to .NET 5 https://aka.ms/cs-dotnet-keynote
.NET Conf 2020 - Get to know the .NET 5.0 SDK https://aka.ms/cs-dotnet5-sdk
Performance Improvements in .NET 5 - .NET Blog https://aka.ms/cs-dotnet5-performace
Microsoft Learn for .NET https://aka.ms/cs-learn-dotnet
Blog: Announcing ASP.NET Core in .NET 5 https://aka.ms/cs-aspnet-net5
C# 9 Documentation https://aka.ms/cs-csharp9-docs
Blazor Docs https://aka.ms/cs-blazor-net5
Xamarin Docs https://aka.ms/cs-xamarin

Every week we livestream on Microsoft's Learn TV and you'll also be able to find the show on Twitter @MSdevUK and on the Microsoft Developer UK YouTube account. Join us for this show at these times each Thursday:

Singapore Mumbai Berlin London NYC Seattle
10pm 7.30pm 3pm 2pm 9am 6am

If you require captioning, that’s available on Learn TV and YouTube via the controls below the video.


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