.NET Unboxed is a gathering of developers who are excited about the incredible things happening in the world of .NET. Veterans of the .NET OSS community will join developers who are just starting out and everyone in between to discuss, discover, and explore all of the possibilities that open source .NET has to offer. Whether you want to contribute to the framework itself or to one of the many awesome open source .NET projects, start your own open source project, or use these amazing tools to create exciting new applications on practically any platform, this is a great time to be a .NET developer. Come join us, not just to learn about what is happening, but to be a part of it!
A .NET developer and open source enthusiast from Dallas, David Nelson came back from attending .NET Fringe determined to spread the open source excitement to more developers. He called some fellow .NET developers as well as friends with backgrounds in marketing and event planning, and over dinner at Blue Goose Cantina the .NET Unboxed conference was born.
.NET Unboxed is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Conference attendees, speakers, or sponsors who violate these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers. If you are harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a member of conference staff immediately.
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Adam Ralph is a software developer working for Particular Software and takes special interest in distributed systems, DDD, CQRS and event sourcing. In the rest of the open source world he is a core member of scriptcs, FakeItEasy, xBehave.net, ConfigR and others. Adam has also contributed to Nancy, NuGet, JabbR, AutoFac and plenty more.
By day Glenn Block works at Splunk making it easier for developers to work with Big Data as he drives development of Splunk’s Dev platform. By night, Glenn is an active maintainer and contributor of several OSSprojects including scriptcs . He is a polyglot with his most recent favorite language being node.js, and he is very passionate about Web API development. Glenn is a frequent speaker internationally on various topics that affect developers and a published OReilly author. You can find him tweeting as @gblock into the wee hours of the night.