Brendan Richards and Ryan Nowak explain the new End Point Routing system included in ASP.NET Core.

They look at some practical problems in routing and middleware and how Endpoint Routing solves them.

About the speakers

Brendan Richards & Ryan Nowak

Brendan Richards

Brendan 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 specializations include Linux, .NET Core, Entity Framework, Angular 2 and Elastic Search.

Ryan Nowak

Ryan Nowak is a developer and architect on the .NET team, where he works on Razor, MVC, ASP.NET Core and a variety of other things.

He's been employed at Microsoft for 10 years, working on various developer tools such as profilers, IDEs and compilers. Ryan is one of the core developers on Blazor, focused on the ASP.NET Core integration, compiler, Razor language and tooling support.

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