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[Post Event] Codecamp Cluj-Napoca, 2018

This weekend I participate at Codecamp Cluj and I was impressive of the event size. More than 1.000 people and 10 tracks in parallel. This free event it's now at another level from size and no of participants perspective. There were more then 50 speakers that delivered quality sessions about IT trends and trends. From AI to IoT and software processes to Java and .NET we had them all in Cluj-Napoca for one day.

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At this event I had the oportunity to deliver to sessions about Azure Kubernetes Services and what quantum computer are preparing for the developers. You can find below slides and abstracts.

Title: Demystifying microservices inside Azure AKS
Abstract: The main purpose of this session is to put on the table things that we need to be aware of when we decide to run our .NET Core applications inside Azure Kubernetes Services. Microservices is powerful but comes with a new paradigm for how we need to design our applications and write our code. Join this session if you want to find more about it.
Slides:

Demystifying microservices inside Azure AKS Codecamp Radu Vunvulea 2018 from Radu Vunvulea

Title: Quantum programming in a nutshell
Abstract: I'm pretty sure that you already heard about quantum computers and how they will change the way how we do IT. In this session, we plan to take a look at the programming models that we need to use when we write applications for quantum processors. Sounds interesting? Then join this session for a journey in the world of quantum programming to find out how we should write code for this supercomputers.
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