JetBrains .NET Day Online – A virtual .NET event on Thursday, May 16, 2019

JetBrains .NET Day Online is a free virtual event that takes place on Thursday, May 16, 2019. The event features 6 sessions and runs from 13:00 – 21:30 CEST (07:00 – 15:30 EDT – check your time zone).

Community speakers will be covering topics they are passionate about, ranging from deep technical .NET content and speakers’ experience with specific tools and technologies, to personal development.

Register for JetBrains .NET Day Online

Here’s an overview of the agenda:

  • Immutable Collections in .NET: Why and How? by Dmitry Ivanov
  • Refactoring a 1000-Line Method into Clean(er) Code, by Zoran Horvat
  • Be More Productive with JetBrains Rider, by Floyd Hilton
  • Machine Learning Made Easy – An Introduction to ML.NET, by Alexander Slotte
  • How to Pitch Your Ideas so People Listen, by Carla Rieger
  • Building a Fantasy Game Console with C#, MonoGame, and Rider, by Jesse Freeman

Don’t miss out! Register now and pick the sessions you are interested in from the agenda. Then on May 16, join us online and enjoy great content from wherever you happen to be.

PS: Sessions will also be recorded and published afterwards.

About Maarten Balliauw

Maarten Balliauw is a Developer Advocate at JetBrains, working on .NET tools. He focuses on .NET, Azure, web technologies and application performance. Maarten is a frequent speaker at various national and international events. In his free time, he brews his own beer. Follow him on Twitter or check his personal blog.
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5 Responses to JetBrains .NET Day Online – A virtual .NET event on Thursday, May 16, 2019

  1. Édgar Sánchez says:

    It would’ve been nice to see an F# session or two…

  2. Brett Rowberry says:

    +1 on that Édgar! I nominate Édgar :-) I’d also love to see any of the main Fable people.

  3. Alina Mozhina says:

    Can you give some details about the “How to Pitch Your Ideas so People Listen” talk, please?

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