This talk is an introduction to using Reactive Extensions on the server side with ASP.NET Core 2.1
About the speakers
Brendan Richards is an SSW Solution Architect based in Brisbane. Over the past 18 years he has designed, developed and delivered many successful enterprise web solutions using a diverse spectrum of platforms and technologies: stretching from Perl/CGI on Linux in the 90s, through PHP and Java, to .NET and Angular. His current specialisations include Linux, .NET Core, Entity Framework, Angular 2 and Elastic Search.
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