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Join Imaginet LIVE at the Prairie Dev Conference in Winnipeg on March 2–4, 2015 for two speaking sessions and one hands-on workshop with Imaginet’s MVPs Dylan Smith and James Chambers.

For more information and to register for these events, please visit www.prairiedevcon.com.

dylansmithUsing Azure for Dev/Test Environments
Dylan Smith (MVP)

There are a lot of perceived hurdles around moving your production environments to Azure. But when we consider Dev/Test environments, it’s often a different story.

We’ll talk about some of the benefits of moving your Dev/Test into Azure. The various different pieces of your infrastructure that you could move, and more importantly, how to take a hybrid approach so you can use Azure resources for some things and on-premise infrastructure for others.

Finally we’ll dive down into some of the technical guts around the tooling and concepts you can use to make this work for you. How to use Azure Resource Groups and environment templates to streamline this process; “Lift-and-shift” approaches; automated deployment options; and much more.

What You Need to Know When Moving to vNextjameschambers
James Chambers (MVP)

Say goodbye to System.Web! If you could drop a box of TNT on the ASP.NET stack and start over, what would it look like? Fewer dependecies, faster builds and viewing changes without compiling? Check! A composable, injectable, self-hostable stack? Check!

The MVC 6 Framework has several new features, but these aren’t only skin-deep. In this session, we’ll walk through the MVC pipeline, expose the new parts and discuss what the internal changes mean to your application.


Introduction to the CQRS and Event Sourcing Patterns Workshop
Dylan Smith (MVP)

CQRSdylansmith_speaking (Command Query Responsibility Segregation) and Event Sourcing are two distributed architecture patterns that when combined produce a very compelling architecture for a lot of problems that we as software developers face on a regular basis.

Why do we insist on using the same data model to service both the transactional portion of our software

and the queries/read portion? We typically only store the current state of our entities, what happens when the business wants to do some analysis on *why* the data is what it is?

The CQRS + Event Sourcing patterns attempt to address these concerns and provide a number of other valuable benefits, both technical benefits, but more importantly business benefits that translate directly into business value for your organization. For more information or register for these events, please visit www.prairiedevcon.com.

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About Imaginet

Imaginet is your trusted technology partner who turns your business innovation ideas into reality. 20+ years | 1200+ satisfied customers | 2500+ successful engagements. Located in the United States and Canada. Services offered worldwide. Contact us today at info@imaginet.com or 1-800-989-6022.

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