React in Reactor and ASP.NET Core: How to Azure Your Apps with Confidence

English Intermediate Development

React and ASP.NET Core are two popular technologies for building modern web applications. Mixing them itself is evil for some. Going ahead and adding Azure to the mix? Now we have a reactor! Jokes apart, React developers are not friends with Azure or .NET. Let's change that! Warning! In this talk, you may potentially learn on how to secure your React/ASP.NET Core apps with Azure. Maybe also learn to throw in some Azure Key Vault dust to the mix (if time permits). In this talk, you will also learn how to use Azure Active Directory (AAD) to implement authentication in your React and ASP.NET Core apps. By the end of this talk, you will be able to azure your apps with confidence and security.


Aneesh Gopalakrishnan

Engineers solutions, mentors minds, founds companies and speaks volumes

Aneesh is a blogging machine that has produced over 2842 posts that have gone viral on the web. His YouTube “talks” are so mesmerizing that even bugs and spiders can’t look away. He is a superstar on StackOverflow, where he is only surpassed by John Skeet in fame. Aneesh has authored 87 books, most of which are so brilliant that they have been outlawed in several countries; engineering students have given up on their studies after realizing they can never match his genius. In all seriousness, Aneesh is a good speaker for live audiences. He can also manage to talk to cameras, but he likes to see people’s faces. If it matters, he is a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies, a BCS Fellow, and a former educator and mentor. Aneesh is borderline a .NET freak, enjoys mixing .NET with other tech cocktails, and talks a lot about it. (You have been warned!)

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