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Free .NET Training - The Videos from .NET Conf 2017 are now available

October 4, '17 Comments [6] Posted in DotNetCore
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.NET Conf was worldwide this year.NET Conf 2017 is done and it was great. We had three days of sessions, and two of the days had two tracks, so there's more than 40 hours of great free videos and training for you to check out and share. Some of the content was from Microsoft but a bunch of the videos were from community and open source project members who Skyped into the studio! While I was in Redmond, Washington, Miguel de Icaza and Scott Hunter did a keynote from Devintersection in Stockholm.

There were also a number of local dotNetConf events! I hope you consider hosting one in your locale next year! While the virtual conference was filmed and broadcast LIVE, all the session videos are posted now at https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/dotnetConf/2017. There's 46 videos but here's a few of my favorites.

Containerized ASP.NET Core Apps with Kubernetes

Mete Atemal from Google joined us to talk about Containerized ASP.NET Core Apps with Kubernetes

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Build Your Own Cortana Skill

Dorene Brown showed us how to wrote a Cortana skill in C# and .NET.

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What's New in Visual Studio 2017

Kasey does a deep drive into a TON of the more advanced VS2017 features.

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Diagnostics 101

The Legend himself, Jon Skeet, does a fantastic code-heavy talk on how to diagnose your app when things go wrong.

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Go Serverless with Azure Functions and C#

Cecil Phillip breaks down the "serverless" buzzword and shows you how to use Azure Functions.

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Get started with F# and .NET Core

Phillip Carter is geeked about F# and you should be too!

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Full Stack F# with Fable

Once you've gotten started with F#, take a look at Fable and start writing Full Stack F# with F# on both the server and client!

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Turning software into computer chips with Hastlayer

Zoltan explains to me how to use Hastlayer to transform .NET software into electronic circuits on FPGAs!

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    Getting Started with .NET

    And finally, last but not least, Kathleen Dollard and I did two hours (part 1 and part 2) on:

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    This is just a taste, there's a LOT of great videos so go explore!


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    Thursday, 05 October 2017 05:41:49 UTC
    Thanks Scott. Found 1 topic for my paid job. The rest are unpaid hobby topics.

    greg
    Friday, 06 October 2017 05:49:13 UTC
    Really enjoyed those getting started with .net videos. Really useful
    Tuesday, 10 October 2017 10:40:17 UTC
    I found out some useful features from "What's New in Visual Studio 2017" video. Thanks, Scott.
    Wednesday, 11 October 2017 12:56:33 UTC
    Useful like always, but to be honest - I've always preferred a valuable book/article... I can read 3 long articles instead of watching just one video:) Cheers!
    Sunday, 15 October 2017 04:04:22 UTC
    Thank you sir. It is easy to understand about dotnet. Mehndi
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