Johnny Hooyberghs

Information & Communications Technology

.net .net core ASP.NET Core Visual Studio / .NET C# Azure Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Team Foundation Server Quantum computing Unity VSTS Azure Devops Entity Framework

Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium

Introduction to Worker Services in .NET Core 3.1

Since .NET Core 3.0, released in September 2019, we have access to the Worker Service template when creating new .NET Core projects. Thanks to this template, we are able to create truly platform-independent worker services that can be installed as a Windows Service on Windows, or as a Daemon on Linux. If you need to perform some continues background processing or need to extract, transform and load some data: Worker Services are at your disposal! In this session, Johnny will show you many examples of how to build these Worker Services and how to deploy them on Windows, Linux and using Docker containers.

Johnny Hooyberghs

Passionate Developer

Johnny Hooyberghs is a consultant for Involved since 2014 focusing on .NET architecture and backend development and a Microsoft MVP since 2020. Prior to joining Involved, he has had experience developing software for Corilus since 2008. He has been passionate about .NET ever since it was released and his areas of expertise are C#, .NET (Core), WCF, WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET (Core), Entity Framework (Core), Azure and ALM using the Microsoft Stack. Every now and then he enjoys doing some web development using JavaScript. Since 2010, Johnny spends some of his free time teaching .NET and C# for the adult education institute CVO Antwerpen. When he's not working or teaching, he likes some casual gaming, scuba diving, learning to play the piano, travelling the world and visiting as many theme parks as possible.

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