Events

Bennett Adelson is passionate about technology leadership and sharing that knowledge throughout the community. Please join us at an upcoming event.
Microsoft Event
Dog Food Conference 2017
Presented by Jason Condo & Richard Broida
10/5/2017 8:00 AM

Bennett Adelson will give three presentations at the upcoming DogFood Conference in Columbus on October 5-6. Jason Condo, our Director of Advanced Infrastructure, will deliver two topics: (1) an overview of Windows Server 2016, and (2) how to properly set up Azure Conditional Access to protect your O365 and AAD integrated services. And Connected Systems Director Richard Broida will explain how Azure Service Fabric lives up to the slogan, "Live Large, Crash Never".

Register for DogFood (free!) at http://ow.ly/rfZP50e3NtH http://ow.ly/i/yFQXP

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.NET SIG
Line of Business Solutions in SharePoint Online: Leveraging Azure and the New SharePoint Framework (SPFX)
Presented by Jason Ditzel
10/10/2017 5:45 PM

Join us for the October 2017 .NET SIG as Jason Ditzel demonstrates how to use Azure Web Jobs and SPFX WebParts to implement SharePoint Online line-of-business solutions.

SharePoint Timer Jobs are a common pattern for scheduling automated tasks, such as updating SharePoint lists and libraries with external line-of-business data throughout the day or overnight. For on-premise versions of SharePoint, developers typically write timer jobs as C# .dlls installed on the SharePoint Farm Servers. But with SharePoint Online we no longer have access to farm servers, so SharePoint Timer Jobs must be implemented differently. We will show you how to leverage Azure Functions to implement the Timer Jobs pattern with SharePoint Online.

Additionally, we’ll review the new SharePoint Framework, and show how we can build SharePoint Online WebParts written in JavaScript to leverage the results of this automatic processing.

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About .NET SIG
The Cleveland .NET Special Interest Group (.NET SIG) was founded in a partnership between Bennett Adelson and Microsoft. The .NET SIG has become the forum for .NET collaboration and instruction from some of the brightest minds in the region. The organization was founded to provide enterprise software developers educational support on the .NET tools and Framework. The group meetings consist of developer focused, content-rich presentations and interactive code review and development. The audience ranges from .NET experts to those developers that are getting their first glimpse of .NET.
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