We will be having 4-6 speakers doing 10-15 minute lightning talks.
❗❗ 🌐 This is an online event, we'll be hosting the event on Zoom, the link for the meeting is below, however, we'll only announce the password just before the event.
👉 Web performance monitoring (@jevgeniazi)
👉 Building Azure Static Web Apps (@johnkilmister)
👉 Testing with Cypress (@kev_bite)
👉 Getting started with Umbraco on .Net 5 (@crgrieve)
👉 How to test our unit tests with mutation testing (@0x_F0)
👉 Web performance monitoring with Eugenia Zigisova
Web performance monitoring is a good first step in bootstrapping the web performance culture in your organization. However, there are so many monitoring metrics like Time to First Byte, First Contentful Paint, First Input Delay, etc. It is easy to get overwhelmed!
During the talk we will speak about:
- Why monitoring is important?
- Which monitoring metrics to choose?
- How to measure, visualize, and analyze the data?
👨💻 Eugenia Zigisova
Eugenia is a web developer with experience working at such Berlin startups as Gorillas and N26. She has been an active tech community member since 2016 when she founded a Google Developer Group in Latvia and became a Women Techmakers Lead. She is a web performance activist at work and a passionate hiker, nature, and sauna lover.
👉 Building Azure Static Web Apps
Over the last few years, Azure has expanded it’s serverless offerings including the introduction of Azure static web apps.
This hosting model provides lightweight, highly performant and scalable hosting that can be a great addition to your project but how do you get started and what options are available?
In this session, I will take you on a tour of Azure static web apps, look at why you would want to move existing applications and look at the JAM Stack that can be used to maximize the benefits of the platform.
👨💻 John Kilmister
John Kilmister is a Principal Software Architect that enjoys exploring new technologies to solve real-world problems. With a background at e-commerce companies, he currently works as the principal software architect at the UK largest gym, leading teams working on both web and mobile applications.
👉 Getting started with Umbraco on .Net 5
Umbraco is an Open Source .Net based CMS that is launching it's .Net core(5) version very soon. I will give a quick tour of how to get started in the latest release candidate and introduce the core concepts of Umbraco.
👨💻 Eugenia Zigisova
Carole is a Principal Engineer and community meetup organiser. She has an interest in the "people" side of tech, ensuring the industry is as empathetic & inclusive as it needs to be.
Carole is a C# developer with 10 years industry experience, building client solutions across many sectors including hospitality, finance and public sector. She is Microsoft MVP in developer technologies category and an Umbraco 4x MVP.
👉 Let none survive! - How to test our unit tests with mutation testing
Executing the very short development cycle of test-driven development requires discipline and practice.
However, the .NET ecosystem offers us a wide variety of tools to support us in authoring a high-quality suite of unit tests, defending our production code against defects.
In this short session, Stefan is showing how mutation testing can further improve the effectiveness of C# test suites by testing our unit tests with mutation testing, and how to continuously integrate it with Azure Pipelines/GitHub Actions.
Let's kill some mutants!
👨💻 Stefan Pölz
My passion is to practice Clean Code and test-driven development in order to build maintainable software in an ever-evolving team, supported by tools from the .NET Ecosystem. I love to attend and speak at public developer events and author open source projects, complementing my expertise in professional software development.
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dotnetsheff is a monthly user group focused on software development, particularly in the .NET ecosystem. We welcome people with interests in software development of all ages and levels of experience. Please get in touch via Twitter (@dotnetsheff) or email (organisers at dotnetsheff.co.uk) if you or someone you know may be interested in speaking.