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iO Associates are delighted to be supporting the latest Meetup from .Net South West. This month’s event offers a tantalizing trio of terrific tech-talks, three totally transformative tutorials!
These three top-speakers will tell us all about …
Async method chaining in C# by Andrew Poole, lead software engineer at Clearbank
What if there was a way to declaratively describe a chain or flow of async methods, which can be used when handling API requests or when handling Messages from a service bus queue (or in fact anywhere!) We have found a way to achieve this and the logical conclusion is that related flows can be described in one place, in a single piece of orchestration, which is extremely clear and easy to navigate and debug.
Sustainable Demand Shifting by Paul Bevis, CTO of FSP working at the forefront of digital transformation and cybersecurity
Sustainability is about meeting the needs of the present – without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. As software engineers, we have a responsibility to ensure minimise the carbon footprint of the software we write and not treat resources like CPU and storage as an infinite commodity.
What’s Coming in C# 12 and Beyond by Stuart Lang, Microsoft MVP and Principal Engineer at Just Eat
.NET Conf usually heralds the announcement of the latest version of the language, but with previews already out, Stu will be taking us through what we can expect with C# 12, which will be released as part of .NET 8 in November
Hosts, Clearbank, will kindly be providing refreshments while alongside fellow sponsors, Jetbrains, iO Associates will be providing prizes for the evening.
iO Associates, tech and digital recruitment specialists, have always been an active member of multiple Meetup groups across the UK. We’re passionate about keeping our community positive and engaged by facilitating Meetups with the best speakers on a variety of topics. We encourage you to share this exciting talk with your team and the wider community.
We’re always interested in hearing from our community, so if you have any suggestions for future Meetups, please do get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition, if there’s anything we can help you with in regard to sourcing candidates or finding a new role, please do also get in touch.
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