May Meetup – Platform as a Service options for .Net

This month Slawomir Dorzak has kindly volunteered to give us a talk on Platform as a Service options for .Net:

Platform as a Service is a new hot thing and is revolutionizing the way we write and manage our applications. PaaS lets us focus on what’s important – that is creating and running the application by taking care of the infrastructure. By far the most popular PaaS platform for .NET is Microsoft Windows Azure, but is that it or maybe there are others? In this session we’ll look at some of the benefits and challenges that come with using PaaS. We will also explore some alternatives to Windows Azure that can be used for hosting .NET applications.

Bio: Slawomir Dorzak has almost 10 years of experience in software development. He is programming mainly in C# .NET, recently also in Ruby and Go. Last two years working for Dell Cloud teams he has been focused on open source cloud computing systems as well as cloud oriented application architecture.

When & Where

The talk will be on Thursday, May 30th in the regular spot: the Central Hotel on Exchequer St. at 6.30.

It’s a free event as always thanks to our sponsors Wonga but please sign up to the EventBrite event so I know the numbers for the room.

See you there

 

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2 Comments

  1. Petar
    Posted May 28, 2013 at 11:57 pm | Permalink

    What are the chances that at the same time on some other place will be a talk about Windows Azure, Infrastructure as a service and Azure SDK 2.0?

    I know it’s quite late (both talks will be in 2 days) but maybe you guys can reschedule ?

    IMO the target audience is very similar, i.e. most will be interested in both talks.

  2. andrew
    Posted May 29, 2013 at 9:41 am | Permalink

    Hi Petar. That’s an unfortunate clash alright but it’s a bit too late to change dates now unfortunately

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