Kentico Dev Meetup #5 Prague / AuthN deep.dive—ASP.NET Authentication Internals

Are you a .NET Developer who has worked in the industry before? 

Would you like to discover new corners of ASP .NET Core development, but the beginner's introduction doesn't do it for you?

Do you want to meet top industry experts and inspire each other?

Come and enjoy the lecture by Jaroslav Růžička who is ready to reveal real-life tips and tricks based on his extensive experience.

Everything you need to know.

Time: 8th February, 2024, 6–8 PM

Location: FLEKSI BETA, Vyskočilova 1481/4, 140 00 Praha 4. 


  • 18.00–18.15: Introduction
  • 18.15–19.00: Lecture
  • 19.00–20.00: Q&A session with refreshments

Language: English

About the Lecture:

Do you ever ponder the precise moment when ASP.NET decides to authenticate a request? The intricacies of how it discerns the optimal handler, and the consequences when it falters? These queries have persistently intrigued me, especially during my endeavors to tailor authentication in the realm of .NET. After enduring this curiosity for quite some time, I finally decided to take matters into my own hands and embark on a journey to uncover the inner workings of this system. If you share my curiosity, I invite you to join me in exploring the obscure recesses of decompiled code and the scattered documentation to unveil the secrets that lie beneath.

Are you in? Just fill in the registration form

That‘s all. We look forward to seeing you at the lecture.

You can watch the recording of Jaroslav’s first lecture on ASP.NET Core tricks and extension points here.

/ FLEKSI BETA, Vyskočilova 1481/4, 140 00 Praha 4
6:00 PM-8:00 PM (GMT+2)
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Jaroslav Růžička

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Jarda has been gaining experience for over ten years. At Microsoft, he was part of a team that worked on a low-level .NET library, parts of which you will see in future versions of .NET (for example, DI pooling or request header parsing). From Microsoft, he moved to Kentico, where he is a senior member of the team implementing artificial intelligence in our product, Xperience by Kentico. He has also been interested in quality education since he was young.

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