A free, unbiased look at current and future development! The industry is in a state of flux. What does that mean for your software projects today and tomorrow? Will your skills be outdated? Will your current investment become obsolete? What should you focus on right now? And what will become important a year or two down the road? What technologies do you need to learn?

More Info: https://www.codemag.com/stateofdotnet

Topics include:

• What’s new and useful in the world of .NET? What’s .NET’s role (and Microsoft’s role) in a modern world of development? The new approach, and more!

• Cloud Development with Microsoft Azure (including a look at various individual Azure offerings)

• Visual Studio & Visual Studio Code

•  The dramatically new world of .NET Core

• .NET Development on the Mac and Linux

• Web development with Angular 2.0 (from a .NET perspective)

• HTML5, JavaScript, TypeScript, Frameworks, and more!

•  Xamarin

•  Desktop development options (WPF, UWP, HTML on the desktop with Electron, …)

• Visual Studio for the Mac

• and more!

In this part, Markus discusses Web development and the modern web stack

About the speakers

About the speakers

Mr .NET

Markus is the President and Chief Software Architect of EPS Software Corp. and its various brands, such as CODE Consulting, CODE Staffing, CODE Training, CODE Framework and VFPConversion. He is also the Publisher of CODE Magazine. Markus is a Microsoft RD (Regional Director) and one of the longest-serving MVPs (1995-present). Markus is the founder of other business ventures, such as GeneSys, Tower48 (digital software escrow), Xiine (digital reading), JockTock (sports social network), and more.

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