The last stop of the week was in Nottingham. I had a chat with the Sheriff about some stolen hoodies. At least that’s what I thought he said – his accent was quite thick ; )
The team at dotNetNotts was great. We had a packed house of over sixty attendees. I am sure the pizza and beer helped, but some even stood for the talk. Resilient group!
We talked about “Node.js for .NET Developers” this time. I tried to stay away from the NoSQL v. Relational database story, but hopefully I was able to explain what Node.js is and how you could apply the lessons there to ASP.NET MVC/Web API. Lively group and some really tough questions. As usual for this great country, we ended the night in a lovely little pub that was likely older than my country.
Here are the promised resources from the talk:
Thanks again for having me!
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