Building a Static Site Using .NET and Azure

 
English Introductory Web

With the advent of client-side JavaScript frameworks, static sites are a cheap way to scale your website fast and reliably. In this session, we'll explore what a static site is, how to create a static site using Wyam, a highly modular and extremely configurable static content generator and toolkit written in .NET, and how to host it in Azure.

Speaker

Brian Jablonsky

Senior Software Engineer

Brian Jablonsky is a senior software engineer with over 10 years of experience in software development with Microsoft technologies. He is a co-organizer of the NYC .NET Developers Group. He has given various talks about Microsoft-related technologies at conferences and user groups.

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