At Headspring, we've taught web application development with .NET all over the world, and our customers consistently ask us if they can record the sessions, or if there's any way they can get ongoing support and continuous learning. And the fact is, we just can't get to everyone one-on-one. That is why we built this course! Using ASP.NET Core, C#, and a collection of our proven techniques and tools, you will learn how to build amazing web applications the way we do at Headspring - we call it our "11x Engineering" Process.
By the end of the course, you'll be able to build real, production-ready web applications using ASP.NET Core - Microsoft's next-generation web development platform. And just as important, you'll understand what's really going on under the hood - so you'll be able to take your learning forward even after the course is done!
Our experience has shown us that the best way to learn a platform like ASP.NET Core is....to actually use it. And that's why this course isn't just us showing you how to build amazing applications. We're going to put you in the driver's seat. We'll take you through it, step-by-step, while you put our tools and techniques to work to build realistic, production-ready applications.
What you'll learn:
- ASP.NET Core for web application development - including both UI and API development.
- How to use AutoMapper, Fixie, MediatR, and loads of other proven open source solutions to crank your web development skills up to 11
- How to deploy and host your application in Microsoft Azure, or on your own infrastructure
- Our proven "next practices" for web application architecture and design
What you'll need:
- A computer able to run Visual Studio 2015 or Visual Studio Code
I'm the Chief Architect at Headspring in Austin, Texas, and I've spent the last decade and longer delivering solutions ranging from shrink-wrapped products to enterprise e-commerce applications for Fortune 100 customers. I'm an active member in the .NET community, the President of the Austin .NET User Group, and I also lead multiple open source projects. I'm the the author of ASP.NET MVC in Action, I've received the “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional” award for ASP.NET every year from 2009 to the present, and I speak regularly at local, national, and international technology conferences.