Boston code camp has a stronger developer community benefitting the developers as well as their companies and all members of the developer ecosystem including. Boston Code camp is playing a vital role to support the developer ecosystem that is vital to their long term success. The Boston Code Camp attendance has ranged from 300-500 individuals representing many significant businesses in the greater Boston area.
Boston Code camp is one of the oldest developer community with inception dating back 15 years ago. NCache (A product by Alachisoft) is pleased to be Gold Sponsor of Boston Code Camp this year. Boston Code Camp 31 was held at Microsoft Sales and Technology Center in Burlington, MA. Volunteer driven Boston Code Camp is a day of presentations by and for the Greater Boston and regional technical community. You can see all the sponsors list here this year and all sessions here.
During code camp, NCache team built valuable relationships with peers and developers. Knowledge-rich sessions ranged from ASP.NET Core, Power BI, Xamarin, Containers, Cloud Computing, DevOps, Azure Serverless computing and Distributed Caching.
Among speakers was Iqbal Khan, our Technology Evangelist – NCache team under his leadership showcased leading .NET offering – NCache at the code camp. Iqbal’s session was on the topic: “Optimize ASP.NET Core Performance with Distributed Cache”. Interactive session accompanied by interactive Q&A and examples around best practices for developing high traffic web applications and optimizing ASP.NET core performance. Iqbal also showcased how to handling extreme transaction loads using open-source distributed cache.
Watch Session Recording Here: Boston Code Camp – Optimize ASP.NET Core Performance with Distributed Cache
NCache is a 100% Native .NET Open Source Distributed Cache (released under the Apache License, Version 2.0). NCache provides an extremely fast and linearly scalable distributed cache that caches application data and reduces expensive database trips. Use NCache to remove performance bottlenecks related to your data storage and databases and scale your .NET applications for extreme transaction processing (XTP). We thank organizers and dedicated volunteers, who contributed to making this event happen.