Scott Addie

Scott Addie

Senior Content Developer
Microsoft
Madison, WI
@Scott_Addie

Scott Addie is an avid blogger, a Telerik Developer Network author, and a technical evangelist of the modern web. Scott has reached masses of developers through blog posts, articles, and speaking engagements at user groups, code camps, and conferences across North America. With a strong emphasis on JavaScript and the Microsoft web technology stack, Scott holds numerous industry-recognized Microsoft development certifications and has been named a Microsoft MVP twice in the award category of Visual Studio and Development Technologies. His thought leadership in the .NET community has also earned him a seat in the Telerik Developer Experts program. As a firm believer in giving back to the community, Scott is a frequent open source contributor to high-profile GitHub projects in the Microsoft developer ecosystem. In his day job as a blue badge, Scott produces ASP.NET Core content for docs.microsoft.com.

Scott's Sessions

  • Building Reusable UI Components in ASP.NET Core MVC

    ASP.NET proper MVC developers have long relied upon partial views and HTML helpers to construct reusable UI components. ASP.NET Core MVC expands upon the arsenal of options for creating such UI components by introducing view components and tag helpers. Do these new offerings render partial views and HTML helpers obsolete? Absolutely not!

    Using the right tool for the job is important, which means understanding the differences between these options is paramount. In this session, you'll gain an understanding of when it's most appropriate to use each of them in the real world. You'll also see how to create basic view components and tag helpers.

    Speaker: Scott Addie

  • What's New in ASP.NET Core 2.0?

    Razor Pages and SPA Templates and Runtime Store, oh my! These new features are merely a sampling of the bits unveiled with ASP.NET Core 2.0. What else is in store for this release? More importantly, what does the 2.0 release mean for your existing ASP.NET Core 1.x application?

    Jump aboard for a code-heavy tour of what's new in ASP.NET Core 2.0. Leave the session with knowledge of how to upgrade from ASP.NET Core 1.x and knowledge of which features and enhancements will pay dividends in your application.

    Speaker: Scott Addie