Enterprise Microservices with ASP.NET Core
Coming Soon: January 4th - February 12th, 2021
Architecture strategies as technology changes. The fight to scale up and scale out enterprise applications has been a tough fight for decades. The new solution that some companies are undertaking is to use Microservices. The strategy behind Microservices is to break down an application into several tiers that are individually hosted, self-sufficient, and even versioned on their own.
Microservices are not a perfect architecture. The payoff in Microservices comes a cost. You must really understand whether the benefits are worth the increase in complexity.
The Course runs from January 4th, 2021 - February 12th, 2021
Some subjects are too broad for a week-long class or a set of videos. Microservices represents that kind of complex, multi-layer skillset. Because of this, I am teaching this course as a six-week, interactive and hands-on course. This is course is different than a typical video course. Each week, the student will be involved in:
- View a set of video instruction.
- Complete a hands-on lab.
- Lab is pushed to GitHub and checked by the instructor.
- Instructor is available on private Slack Channel.
- Instructor will have dedicated office hours for the students.
Shawn Wildermuth has been tinkering with computers and software since he got a Vic-20 back in the early ‘80s. As a Microsoft MVP since 2003, he’s also involved with Microsoft as an ASP.NET Insider and ClientDev Insider. You may have taken one of his more than twenty courses on Pluralsight ( http://shawnw.me/psauthor). He’s authored eight books and innumerable articles on software development. You can also see him at one of the local and international conferences he’s spoken at including TechEd, Oredev, SDC, NDC, VSLive, DevIntersection, MIX, Devteach, DevConnections and Dev Reach. He is one of the Wilder Minds. You can reach him at his blog at http://wildermuth.com. He’s also making his first, feature-length, documentary about software developers today called “Hello World: The Film”. You can see more about it at http://helloworldfilm.com.