Welcome to .NET "Presentations in a Box." We have a listing of workshops and presentations YOU can use AND contribute to! Remix and share, and present at Meetups, User Groups, CodeCamps, or Conferences! Not familiar with .NET? Download open source .NET for any OS at https://dot.net!
.NET Conf Presentations
.NET Conf is free virtual event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft spread over multiple days where you can come and learn about the newest developments across the .NET platform, open source, and dev tools.
.NET Conf Focus Events
Here are the presentations from all .NET Conf events, along with creative content, and info you can use to put on your own .NET Conf Local event!
In this workshop, you'll learn by building a full-featured iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows application from scratch built with .NET MAUI. We'll start from File/ New and build up a full application that lists data from a RESTful backend, add navigation, platform features including geolocation, dependency injection, app themeing, and more.
Are you ready to get started with .NET? This one day workshop covers the basics, then digs into web development with ASP.NET Core, .NET Standard, porting from .NET Framework, and containers.
In this workshop, you'll learn by building a full-featured ASP.NET Core application from scratch. We'll start from File/ New and build up to an API back-end application, a web front-end application, and a common library for shared data transfer objects using .NET Standard.
Are you completely new to .NET? No problem! Here's a half day workshop for developers who have no experience with .NET Core or ASP.NET. We'll start with the basics and build up to a movie database website with search.
This ASP.NET Core workshop is broken down by topics: middleware, front-end, etc.
AWS CDK allows developers to define their cloud infrastructure in code instead of writing large JSON or YAML files. .NET developers can build their cloud infrastructure in C# or F# taking advantages of .NET compilers and tools to validate their infrastructure.
Blazor is a single-page app framework for building client-side web apps using .NET and WebAssembly. In this workshop we will build a complete Blazor app and learn about the various Blazor framework features along the way.
Are you ready to get started with C#? This 2 hour introductory C# workshop will take you through everything you need to know to use the latest and greatest features of C#.
In this workshop, you'll learn by building a full-featured iOS, Android, and Windows application from scratch built with Xamarin.Forms. We'll start from File/ New and build up a full application that lists data from a RESTful backend, adds navigation, and native features including geolocation.
Here you will find presentations for building native desktop and mobile applications for Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows with .NET MAUI. This includes an introduction deck to .NET MAUI and a presentatio on upgrading from Xamarin.Forms to .NET MAUI.
Overview of the .NET platform, open source ecosystem, features in the latest releases, and the future roadmap of .NET Core 3.0. Great for keynotes.
Level 100 Beginner 45min presentation on what .NET is and how to get started!
Here you will find multiple presentation decks on Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms including an introduction deck, extending and optimzing Xamarin.Forms, cross-platform APIs, and using SignalR in mobile apps.
This guide is an introduction to developing microservices-based applications and managing them using containers. It discusses architectural design and implementation approaches using .NET Core and Docker containers.
Dody has built an amazing collection of over 180 code samples for ASP.NET Core fundamentals. These are really focused samples that are quick to set up and run, and he keeps them really up to date.
A step-by-step, self-paced tutorial for learning the basics of the actor model and Akka.NET syntax. You'll learn how to create your own actors, how to use them to build highly concurrent applications safely and easily, and you'll learn how to integrate actors with other popular .NET technologies such as the Task and Parallelism Library (TPL.)
This free e-book defines cloud native, introduces a sample app built using cloud-native principles, and covers topics common to most cloud-native applications.
This is a great way to learn ASP.NET Core key concepts, with A-Z deep dives on important concepts and features from "Authentication & Authorization" to "Zero-Downtime Web Apps".
This guide provides end-to-end guidance on building monolithic web applications using ASP.NET Core and Azure.
This free e-book introduces ASP.NET Web Forms developers to Blazor. It introduces Blazor concepts in parallel with analogous concepts in ASP.NET Web Forms.
This guide helps .NET developers to understand and leverage the full power of Microsoft's open-source Distributed Application Runtime.
This guide covers the fundamental concepts of the application development lifecycle for the ASP.NET Core apps. It focuses on an end-to-end continuous integration and deployment experience with examples covering GitHub Actions and Azure DevOps.
This guide introduces the basic concepts of building a development lifecycle around Azure using .NET tools and processes. After finishing this guide you'll have the knowledge needed to build a mature DevOps toolchain.
This free e-book explains gRPC, relating each concept to the equivalent features of WCF, and offers guidance for migrating an existing WCF app to gRPC.
This free e-book provides high-level strategies for migrating existing apps written for ASP.NET MVC and Web API (.NET Framework 4.x) to ASP.NET Core.
This guide focuses on cloud native development of applications that use serverless. The book highlights the benefits and exposes the potential drawbacks of developing serverless apps and provides a survey of serverless architectures.
You don't need to know anything about web programing or ASP.NET Core to get started! The Little ASP.NET Core Book is structured as a tutorial. You'll build an app from start to finish and learn:
- How to build an application with the ASP.NET Core framework
- The basics of the MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern
- How to read and write data to a database
- How to add login, registration, and security
- How to deploy the app to the web
This site, as well as all of our content, is open source. Content for this page can be contributed here, and you can contribute to the workshops and decks in their respective repos.