Using NuGet to Get the Most Out of Your Common Components


NuGet is a powerful package manager for .NET developers, but are you getting the most out of NuGet for your Common Components?  Do you have your own NuGet repository?  Are you creating NuGet packages?  We will take a deeper dive into NuGet and walk through examples of creating a NuGet package.  Once you have mastered NuGet packages, you can increase your throughput by leveraging NuGet for your common components.

Omaha .Net User’s Group:

Thanks to all that participated and coordinated the .Net User’s Group for my presentation.  I hope you are all able to learn something new and apply it to what you are working on.

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Demo Code:

I couldn’t zip everything up so I created two zip files.  One contains all of the projects and the other contains the packages for the Demos.NuGet.Web solution.  You can probably just enable package restore to get that solution to work, but if not I have include the packages separately.

Demos – Using Nuget With Your Common Components
Demos – Using Nuget With Your Common Components – packages

Nate Bunton

Nate Bunton is a Lead Software Engineer at Meta Payment Systems. He has over 10 years developing software and leading teams. He works with the Microsoft technology stack focusing in ASP.NET, MVC, HTML, JavaScript, CSS and Web Security. Nate also focuses on Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) engaging his teams with key stakeholders using a variety of agile principals. At Meta Payment Systems, Nate has been a leader in driving technology in the enterprise from new Web Technology to Service Oriented Architecture using WCF and NServiceBus. Nate’s greatest passion is for User Experience, Web Technology and Engaging Teams. He is driven by his desire for continuous learning & improvement.

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