Last week we’ve finally attended the biggest .NET development conference in Ukraine. It was very important for our developers to visit this event as we continue to upgrade and enhance software products of our clients.
We’ve put all our .NET developers on board of the Fest 2018 in order to max out the knowledge our software company can get. Along with in-depth technical consultations, our specialists managed to share their experience and uncover new trends in .NET development.
Great Event. Had that great feeling when I realized that 500+ more developers are sitting next to me. So many smart people gathered here to listen and discuss their long-standing questions and get something new for themselves.
By the way, excellent organization of the event. We had those scheduled lectures in the form of tracks. It allowed me to meet and talk to many interesting personalities, MVP developers, lecturers, CEOs and business developers of companies. I had a great opportunity to ask questions and get solid answers I was seeking for.
– Yaroslav, Limestone .NET software engineer
We’d like to stress out that Microsoft software infrastructure is much broader that .NET Framework. And we were happy to see that development community acknowledge that too. .NET Fest covered many different components of Microsoft’s infrastructure and there are some of them, we use too:
There were two insightful lectures of Olia Gavrysh, who is a Program Manager .NET team at Microsoft, USA). The first one was about curious application of .NET in machine learning. The second is the one our engineers liked to hear – it is about upcoming product – .NET Core 3.0 we’re eager to test in our work.
I was lucky enough to attend the largest .NET development conference in Ukraine. There were 3 simultaneous blocks of lectures, so everyone could choose what he liked best.
Special thanks to Vladimir Kramar and his lecture about asynchronous and multithreaded programming in .NET. It has really helped me to structure the existing knowledge and draw attention to important nuances in development.
I would also like to mention Olga Gavrish’s reports, who works at Microsoft. She has willingly shared use cases and provided this insider look are where .NET Core and ML.NET frameworks are heading to and what to expect from their release in spring 2019.
I’m glad to see that Microsoft covers more and more industries and tech approaches with its platforms. We hope we can get a good use out of it.
– Taras, Limestone .NET software engineer
In addition, we can’t wait to try new AI platform in action and make an analytics project using deep learning framework.
We also liked the lecture of Maarten Balliauw on memory management using .NET. The examples of the .NET garbage collector and in-depth look on how to run it without pauses and malfunction was really helpful.
Meaningful event that lasted 2 days. The fest has gathered leading experts who revealed new approaches to development works. I was excited to attend lectures on machine learning, memory management, multithreading, and containers.
The event has revealed to me new trends and showed where .Net is heading to. Big thanks to speakers who shared their projects and experience. It was very revealing and helped me to take a fresh look on, seemingly, well-known development practices.
To my mind, such event is a must to any developer in the field. Form here you can learn something new, sort out existing knowledge and, most importantly, talk in person with top gun developers.
– Maxim, Limestone .NET software engineer
Big thanks to .NET Fest 2018 and speakers!
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