From the Invitation:
technology and Web Development advance pretty quickly. By the time you
created and another framework will get pushed to GitHub. Trust me. Go
Check! In the .NET community, we've seen our fair share of web
frameworks recently. Coincidentally, the authors of these frameworks
found themselves essentially building the same components over for
running web applications on different server hosts, i.e. IIS, XSP, and
self-host. There was an obvious need for some common ground. Enter OWIN,
a specification that defines a baseline interface for communication
between web applications and web servers. In this talk we’ll explore the
OWIN Specification, and what it means for the future of web development
in .NET. We’ll also dive into some code and see how OWIN can be
leveraged in your web projects today.
is a Software Developer from South Florida with many years of experience
building applications on the .NET Framework. Throughout his career, his
primary focus has been providing web and SOA based solutions for
various markets. He also enjoys experimenting with different programming
Cecil on Twitter via @cecilphillip.
This evenings presentation was hosted by NCCI in Boca Raton, Fl. Please check out the Photo Essay for further details.