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Posted 23 Oct 2008

Architecting .NET Web Applications for Scale & Performance (A Practical Guide)

, 23 Oct 2008
A practical guide for NET architects, managers and developers for Scaling, Architecting, Managing and Performance optimising .NET Web applications.

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Scott Tattersall
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Scott Tattersall
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I've spent the last 15 years working with the latest technologies and in both my own start-up companies, SMEs and large publicly traded companies. My previous software company for which I was both co-founder and C.T.O. was acquired in 2015 and since then I've been working with the latest technologies such as advanced Machine Learning (e.g. Google's Tensorflow), Computer vision (e.g. OpenCV), IoT (e.g. Arduino, RPi) and Crypto-currencies (e.g. BitCoin, Ethereum).

I mix knowledge of the latest technologies (Blockchain, Docker, etc) with deep experience on traditional and modern databases (Relational, Non-relational, document store, column databases, etc) and cloud deployment, architecture and infrastructure (Docker, Kubernetes, AWS, etc)

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