To read last week’s post, see The week in .NET – 3/1/2016.
Project of the week: Humanitarian Toolbox’s allReady
allReady is a project managed by the charity organization Humanitarian Toolbox that is designed to assist the management of community preparedness campaigns. It’s being tested by the American Red Cross on a campaign to install smoke alarms within homes in the Chicago area. The project is built with ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework 7. It is also open source.
This is a great opportunity to get your feet wet with open source and .NET Core, while contributing to great humanitarian causes. Please head over to the allReady project’s home page to learn more.
User group of the week: Adelaide .NET User Group
- Big deal of the week: SQL Server on Linux.
- .NET Framework Compatibility Diagnostics by Taylor Southwick.
- C# 7 Feature Proposal: Local Functions by Bill Wagner.
- JSON.Net Private Setters NuGet by Daniel Wertheim.
- Friendly, readable expression trees by Steve Wilkes.
- Introduction to ASP.NET Core (video) by Simone Chiaretta.
- Encryption and Decryption in ASP.NET Core by Mike Brind.
- Unit Testing ASP.NET Core Tag Helper and ASP.NET Core MVC Feature Folders by Hossam Barakat.
- Use IdentityServer in SwaggerUI to consume a secured ASP.Net WebAPI by Daniel Wertheim.
- F# language design proposals have moved to follow an RFC process. Check out the F# Language Design RFC Github repo and contribute.
- Try F# on .NET Core! Check out this guide on Github.
A huge thank you to everyone who presented at fsharpConf 2016! All of the sessions are available on Channel 9:
- Welcome to fsharpConf, by Don Syme and Tomas Petricek.
- The F#orce Awakens, by Evelina Gabasova.
- Patterns and Practices for Real-World Event-Driven Microservices, by Rachel Reese.
- Fun and Games with F#, by Sean Trelford.
- The 3D Geometry of Louvre Abu Dhabi, by Goswin Rothenthal.
- Types + Properties = Software, by Mark Seeman.
- Ionide and Cross-Platform F# Tools, by Krzysztof Cieślak.
- F# Microservices with Logging, Tracing, and More on Docker, by Henrik Feldt.
- Web UI Automation with F# and Canopy, by Chris Holt.
- Using F# at Jet.com, by Rachel Reese.
- Android Watch Gesture Recognition with Functional State Machines, by Faisal Waris.
- Cassandra, Docker, and F# Awesomeness, Alena Hall.
- F# Community in Japan, by Yukitoshi Suzuki.
- A Boardgame Night with Geeks, by Felienne Hermans.
- Q&A with the Visual F# Team and Community, by David Stephens and Tomas Petricek.
Check out F# Weekly for more great content from the F# community.
And this is it for this week!
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