Azure SIG
ASP.NET SignalR: Real-Time Web For On-Time Applications
Presented by Anthony Clayton
2/10/2015 5:45 PM
Cleveland Microsoft Office

Stop the incessant polling of your servers! Get rid of the refresh button! Come learn how to use ASP.NET SignalR to push content to connected clients as soon as the data is available. ASP.NET SignalR is a library for ASP.NET developers that makes developing real-time web functionality easy by allowing bi-directional communication between client and server. What do you want your app to do? Display event notifications in real-time? Enable chat with your customers? Make sure the application is always displaying the latest data? Develop real-time games? Get free pizza? ASP.NET SignalR can enable all of these scenarios and more.

Anthony Clayton, a Bennett Adelson Senior Consultant in the Connected Systems practice, will introduce you to SignalR and demonstrate how easily you can add real-time functionality to your projects.

Anthony Clayton has over 20 years of development experience working primarily in the Microsoft realm of technologies. He’s done Windows, web and mobile development and prior to working at BA he was a senior consultant for Microsoft Consulting Services for 7+ years working with Fortune 1000 companies. Currently, he has his head in the cloud (Windows Azure, specifically) and is helping his clients achieve their technology goals.

Download Presentation
About Azure SIG
The Cleveland Azure Special Interest Group (Azure SIG) (formerly the Cleveland .NET SIG) was founded in a partnership between Bennett Adelson and Microsoft 20 years ago. The SIG has become the forum for Azure collaboration and instruction from some of the brightest minds in the region. The organization was founded to provide enterprise customers and community with educational support on the Azure cloud platform. The group meetings consist of architecture and implementation focused, content-rich presentations and interactive discussions with demos. The audience ranges from Azure experts to those decision makers, infrastructure engineers, and developers that are getting their first glimpse of the cloud.