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ITCamp Community Event, February 24 - Cluj-Napoca

ITCamp is coming back in Cluj-Napoca with another community event. This event will take place in February 24, from 18:00 and will be hosted by 3 Pillar Global and Yonder - at The Office.
At this afternoon event, there will be two sessions that will talk about how you can write Universal Windows Apps and about Microservices in Azure World (Service Fabric).
More information about this event can be found here - http://itcamp-community-2016-02.eventbrite.com.
As usually the event is free and is dedicated to all developers from Cluj-Napoca.

Agenda:
18:00-18:30
Registration

18:30-19:30
First 13 steps to be able to design an application for Azure Service Fabric
Radu Vunvulea
Welcome to a session where we will talk about the most important thing that we need to know about Azure Service Fabric and microservices.
This presentation will introduce you in the most important concept of Azure Service Fabric with real life examples and demos. This is not a how to session, this is a session with the pillars of Azure Service Fabric.
19:30-19:45
Coffe Time and Socialization Time

19:45-20:45
Building my first mobile app with UWP
Crișan Romulus
Nowadays all sorts of devices are popping up into our lives and being a developer I’m intrigued by the idea of customizing or building apps for this type of devices. As you all know perfectly our time is limited and since I make my living out of Microsoft technology until recently the only real option to tinker with this devices was to learn a new technology. Personally I loved the idea of learning something completely new but my boss and my family decide against it. Last year Microsoft launched the new Universal Windows Platform and I thought that this is my “breakout” ticket since I already know most of the technology, or at least I thought I knew it … . So in this session I want to share my experience on building my first mobile application using Microsoft Universal Windows Platform. To be more specific I will talk about tools, data binding and layouts.
20:45 - 21:30
Socialization Time


See you there!

Sponsors:
Yonder
3 Pillar Global

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