iO .Net Virtual Meetup with Poornima Nayar & Clare Sudbury

25 May

7:00 pm Online event

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Description

iO Associates are delighted to bring you our next .Net Virtual Meetup on May 25th at 7pm! This session will be led by Poornima Nayar, Umbraco MVP and Senior Developer, and Clare Sudbury, Lead Engineer. This talk will cover GraphQL in .Net Core & How to Stop Testing and Break your Code Base.

This session will be split into two parts. The first half of this talk will be led by Poornima Nayar, Umbraco MVP and Senior Developer.

Register here- https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZElc-GurzwvHNdrCRJnNCfDBx4DTnyMYl_P

About the speaker:

Poornima is a .Net developer with over 10 years of experience in .Net and Umbraco. She is passionate about learning new technologies and keeping herself up-to-date with the latest developments in technology. Outside her work, Poornima enjoys music and is undergoing training in Indian Classical music. Based in Langley, UK she mothers a little girl and spends her spare time reading, cooking and watching movies.

Poornima gives us some insight on her upcoming session:

‘GraphQL is a cool kid on the block. It’s a term that is gaining traction these days and the tech stack is getting quite popular. In my session, I will introduce GraphQL as a concept. From there on, we will look at how we can create a GraphQL service and consume that GraphQL service in a Blazor App’

The second half of this session will be led by Clare Sudbury, Lead Engineer:

Clare is a lead consultant developer with Made Tech. She is a maths graduate with 20 years of software engineering experience, and a particular interest in teaching and mentoring; encouraging more women into IT; and banishing impostor syndrome. Seven years ago she returned to IT with a sigh of relief after a few years as a high school maths teacher. Since then she has embraced all things XP. She is on a mission to awaken the inner geek in clever women (and men) everywhere.

In this session, Clare will be asking: Do you code on your own? When you do, do you write unit tests? Do you agree that there are benefits to using test-driven development?

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