Printing has been a key role of computing since the beginning of the personal computer. While users have moved more and more towards smartphones and tablets as their primary computing device, many critical business functions, or common activities, still rely on printed output. This session will discuss how application developers can use Universal Windows Platform SDK to write Windows apps that print (on both PC and phone). This talk includes discussion of important industry standards like PWG Raster, PCLm, OpenXPS, and MS XPS. We will also cover UI considerations when implementing printing. Speaker: Justin Hutchings.
If you’re not satisfied with your current spam filtering and looking to harden your email environment, we show you what you can do with the latest in Advanced Threat Protection. We take a look at new capabilities in Microsoft Office 365 and Exchange Online to consistently protect you against phishing attacks with new features such as Safe Attachments, Safe Link, and more to safeguard against malware and bulk spamming.
Back-end systems of record are often too complex to expose directly to the web. They are stable, hardened and dependable but they are often based on legacy technologies and not always easy to expose to Web standards like HTTP. During this session, we will look at how to evaluate existing systems and build an API using ASP.NET Core.