Author: mnaggaga

Recurring Characters

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Do you  have a mentor ? This is a question I have been asked most of my adult working life.As I navigate and grow my career , I don’t know if I have mentors per se but, I am noticing a few recurring characters that have played significant roles in my growth. Meet my recurring characters The Advisor Advisors often tell you things you don’t want to hear but need to. Note your advisor will NEVER be […]

From UI to Front-end Development

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.Net / APIs / Asp.Net / Web

In my previous post, I went over the user interface and application requirements.  Let’s  quickly revisit the project requirements: Get  coordinates of the users and identify which cloud the ASP.NET Core app is running on. Populate maps with custom pushpins. Display  the number of  containers running on each cloud. Get  Coordinates In this app,  I am getting  the user location with a  button using  an onclick event handler.  In order to  grab the user’s coordinates,  I  used […]

UI & Project Requirements

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.Net / APIs / Asp.Net / JavaScript / Web

A week ago  I was part of  a team that  put together a demo for  Microsoft  Build Conference. The Where You At Demo was a cool little live demo that my team pulled together at Build 2016. The purpose of the demo was to show, that ASP.NET Core applications can run on any cloud. Meet the team Scott Hanselman : Demo visionary and presenter , Azure load balancer, and problem solver. Steve Lasker : Demo […]

Group Projects: Precision of language, Pageantry, and Questions

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.Net / Always Learning / APIs / Asp.Net / JavaScript / Open Source / Web

Three weeks ago after  being  a Technical Evangelist for three years , I joined the Visual Studio and .NET team as Program Manager . Moving from one great job to the next. Joining the Visual Studio and .NET team has been amazing!  Not only I am a part  of a team that makes great  developer and user experiences, I have presented in Hong Kong, and helped build a demo for Build 2016 within the first couple […]

Speaking at O’Reilly OSCON : ASPNET 5, Visual Studio Code, and DNX Part 1

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.Net / Asp.Net / Azure / Web

I am  really excited to be speaking at OSCON in Portland ! In my talk  “ASP.NET5 isn’t just Enterprise”/ “Legacy What ?”   I will be discussing  and demoing the new ASP.NET 5(formerly vNext).  By the end of the talk my hope is, the audience will have an understand of  Microsoft OSS story with  ASP.NET ,  Visual Studio Code, Sublime, and DNX.  In this post I am going go over in more detail the what ASPNET5 […]