Scott Hanselman on 9th July @ London .Net Meetup/ iO Virtual Meetup

09 Jul 2020

7:00 pm Online event




Hello everyone,

iO Associates are delighted to bring you the next in the series of our .Net meetups – ‘Developing for Windows AND Linux using Windows 10 and WSL’. This will be taking place on Thursday 9th July at 7pm. We will be joined by special guest speaker, Scott Hanselman, Partner Program Manager at Microsoft.

Join Scott Hanselman as he walks you through the state of the art of Linux on Windows. He will be covering if you can really use Windows to develop Linux apps? And how real WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) is, and how close is it to reality? There will be plenty of live demos in this highly technical session to explain what’s possible, what’s not and also about Windows Terminal and Docker.

Finally we will host a Q&A session with Scott and open the floor to you for questions.


7:00 pm: Introduction by iO Associates and speakers
7:05 pm: Scott Hanselman – ‘Developing for Windows AND Linux using Windows 10 and WSL’
8:00 pm: Panel Q&A – questions from the floor
8:15 pm: Concluding comments and end

iO Associates, tech and digital recruitment specialists, have always been a very active member of multiple Meetup groups across the UK. It’s a challenging time for everyone and at iO we’re really keen to help keep our community positive and engaged hearing from the best speakers on the topics of your choice so encourage you to share this with your team and the wider community.

We hope you can join us and please get in touch at [masked] with any questions or suggestions on future virtual meetups.

In addition, if there’s anything we can help you with in regards to sourcing candidates or finding a new role please do also get in touch.

We look forward to seeing you on 9th July.

Deepak & Stella

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