November .NET User Group: Clean Architecture in .NET MAUI and ASP.NET Core.

0:00 | Introduction

1:00 | Agenda

1:25 | Matt Goldman

2:30 | SSW Rewards

3:20 | What is Full Stack

6:13 | What is code sharing?

6:57 | Demo

11:10 | What is Clean Architecture

15:33 | Demo

45:19 | Taps to watch out for

46:48 | Trap #1

52:34 | Trap #2

55:25 | Bonus tip

58:35 | Python – Lessons to learn

59:36 | Code Sharing ++

1:02:20 | Shameless self-promotion

1:03:07 | Other resources

1:04:05 | SSW Rewards App

1:05:19: Got Feedback?

1:06:02 | Q&As

We’ve heard a lot about how using .NET to build our UI applications lets us share code across our whole stack, but finding the best way to do this isn’t straightforward. UI code and API code can sometimes seem at cross-purposes and it’s not always obvious how using .NET code across your whole stack provides any advantages over using different technologies for your UI and API. It’s easy to fall into the trap of underutilizing the right code-sharing techniques. Or, at the other extreme, butchering your architecture for the sake of sharing code.

In this talk, Matt Goldman (author of .NET MAUI in Action) will look at extending Clean Architecture to incorporate UIs built with .NET MAUI and Blazor. See sensible ways to write clean, testable, re-usable code that can be shared across the different layers of your solution, and across different solutions in your enterprise, to optimize efficiency and minimize duplication, without compromising the core principles of Clean Architecture. We’ll also see how to avoid the common pitfalls of over-engineering or under-sharing.

You will walk away knowing how to make full-stack code shared with .NET a reality.

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Matt Wicks – https://www.ssw.com.au/people/matt-go…

Since joining SSW, Matt has worked on a number of projects for a range of clients, including government agencies and multinational organisations. Matt loves making things, and at SSW uses that passion to fuel his work with .NET, EF / EF Core, Xamarin and .NET MAUI, Azure and Blazor. Matt also works with security and authentication/authorisation.

Additionally, Matt (author of .NET MAUI in Action) regularly presents at the .NET User Group in 3 states, has hosted SSW’s Xamarin Hack Day, has presented at the .NET Superpowers Tour, and regular co-hosts SSW’s Clean Architecture Superpowers and Clean Architecture Workshop. Matt has also presented at NDC Sydney.

Matt loves DevOps, DevOps, and DevOps. He loves deploying code with GitHub Actions, Azure DevOps Build Pipelines, Octopus and definitely not with a right click. Matt likes clean architecture, using the right tool for the job, seeing developers push changes to production with confidence, automated tests, building solutions on Azure, and now he never has to reminisce about Web Forms.

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Matt Goldman

Since joining SSW, Matt has worked on a number of projects for a range of clients, including government agencies and multinational organisations. Matt loves making things, and at SSW uses that passion to fuel his work with .NET, EF / EF Core, Xamarin and .NET MAUI, Azure and Blazor. Matt also works with security and authentication/authorisation.

Additionally, Matt (author of .NET MAUI in Action) regularly presents at the .NET User Group in 3 states, has hosted SSW's Xamarin Hack Day, has presented at the .NET Superpowers Tour, and regular co-hosts SSW's Clean Architecture Superpowers and Clean Architecture Workshop. Matt has also presented at NDC Sydney.

Matt loves DevOps, DevOps, and DevOps. He loves deploying code with GitHub Actions, Azure DevOps Build Pipelines, Octopus and definitely not with a right click. Matt likes clean architecture, using the right tool for the job, seeing developers push changes to production with confidence, automated tests, building solutions on Azure, and now he never has to reminisce about Web Forms.

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