Blog Posts

Nov 14

Kentico Rocks Podcast Episode 26

In this episode of Kentico Rocks, Brian McKeiver walks through how to enable Hot Reloading of your .Net Core MVC site that is based on the fantastic Kentico Kontent MVC Boilerplate. The good news is that the Boilerplate and Hot Reloading concept are updated for .Net Core 3.0 and ready for primetime. A big shout out to Rick Strahl, as his .Net Core middleware package is what makes this all possible.

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Jun 30

I'm Speaking at Code on the Beach 2019

On July 27th, 2019 I will be speaking at Code on the Beach 2019 in Atlantic Beach, FL. This will be the second time I have presented at this event. To be honest, this is one of my all time favorite events to speak at. They simply do it right by giving attendees and speakers plenty of time for sessions, plenty of socializing time, and then ,uniquely, they give you time for you and your family to hang out at the beach mid conference. It's hard to beat that. 

Keep reading after the jump to find out my full abstract for CoB 2019.

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May 06

Kentico Rocks Podcast Episode 20

In this episode of Kentico Rocks, Brian McKeiver embarks on a new era for the podcast of being a solo host, but also has a fancy new video recording setup. Topics include a run through of using .Net Core CLI to create a Kentico Cloud site that can easily be deployed to an Azure App Service.

Listen and Watch the latest episode of the Kentico Rocks podcast after the jump.

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Mar 16

I'm Speaking at Philly.Net Code Camp 2019

On April 13th, 2019 I will be speaking at Philly.Net Code Camp 2019 in Malvern, PA. I am excited about speaking at this event because it will be the first time attending for me, and it sounds like the code camp had quite the turnout last year (700 attendees). This will be the 28th Code Camp over 15 years at Philly.Net. The camp itself is run by a dedicated staff that includes several Microsoft MVPs.

I actually have two different sessions selected for the camp. Keep reading after the jump to find out what they are.

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