The Stack - Liverpool .Net User Group - June 2012

The Stack
Mon, 25 Jun 2012, 18:30 - 20:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
3345 Parr St , Liverpool, GB

The Stack is a monthly .NET User Group supported by Mando Group in Liverpool. The user group is totally free and is a place where developers from in and around Liverpool and the North West of the UK can get together, hear some great speakers and chat about the latest developments in the .NET world.

This month, another prominent figure from the community and also one of our regular attendees will be delivering their session from the recent DDD South West.

WebSockets and SignalR - Building the Real Time Interactive web with Chris Alcock

In this session we will explore the key concepts of new 'HTML5' WebSockets standard, looking at its implementation on both the client and server, before moving on to look at the use of SignalR for connectivity and RPC between server and client, looking at both browser and alternative client implementation.  To conclude the session will explore where these two technologies meet, looking at the use of WebSockets by SignalR.

About Chri Alcock

Chris has been working with computers in a professional capacity for the past 15 years, having written software in VB and more recently C# for most versions of Windows and more recently the web.  Along the way Chris has dabbled in a variety of languages including Perl, Python, Bash Scripting F# and JavaScript.  For the past 4 years Chris has been, on a daily basis, producing 'The Morning Brew' (http://TheMorningBrew.NET) a daily .NET news, views, software and community link blog featuring all the best .NET related articles from the previous day.

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