Webinar – Service Creation via .NET Core Templates
Custom .NET templates are a fantastic way to bootstrap your .NET services, however they’re not only limited to the .NET world – their usefulness could extend to templating out pipelines, applications in other languages, configuration files, or anything else that can be opened with a text editor. Furthermore, they are extremely simple to set up and can be easily packaged and distributed to others for re-use.
In this session, I’d like to go over what these .NET templates are and what makes them so useful and versatile. I’d also like to demo creating an API template, complete with an optional build and release pipeline, and then demonstrate using that template to create an out-of-the-box deployable solution.
About the presenter:
Olga is a Lead Software Engineer at Willis Towers Watson with a prior background in infrastructure. Her current focus is to facilitate solutions to developer and platform needs within her organization. Additionally, she is a co-founder and mentor at Inclusive Tech Buffalo, a group that strives to make the tech community more accessible to women and underrepresented groups. During her spare time, Olga enjoys hiking and is an avid reader.
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