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[Post Event] ITCamp 2016, Cluj-Napoca

The 6th edition of ITCamp conference took place in Cluj-Napoca at the end of this week. For 2 days, more than 600 people were connected to the latest software development and devops trends.
More than 40 speakers had offered high quality content to ITCamp attends. Having 5 tracks in parallel is awesome, but sometimes is so hard to decide to what session to attend.

There were a lot of interesting topics that were presented and discussed during this two days. From Security and Development Best Practices, to .NET Core, Cloud and IoT. I really felt that IoT era already started during the sessions where many speakers had with them different smart devices that can improve our life.
The second day of ITCamp brought for the first time in Cluj-Napoca and Romania Microsoft HoloLens. This glasses are like the one from Start Trek that not only creates a virtual reality like other devices on the market, but offers to the user an augmentative reality. I had the opportunity to test them and it was amazing.
You can find pictures from the event at the end of this post.

This year at ITCamp I was invited to speak about Service Fabric and Microservices. More details about my session and slides can be found below. Feel free to contact me if you have any question related to this topic.

Topic: Azure Microservices in Practice
Abstract: In this session we will take a look on Azure Service Fabric and how we can create a web application using ASP.NET Core and microservices. During the presentation we will create a web application that will be hosted in Azure Service Fabric and use the most important capabilities of Azure Service Fabric.
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