In this talk, Martin Woodward will share some of the lessons learned as Microsoft made the historic step of taking .NET open source. He will explain the history and motivations behind the move, discuss some of the tensions of product development in the open, explain how the team have adapted, what they could have done better and what has worked well.
Watch the Windows 10 Developer Readiness – Powered by MVPs global webcast series to learn how to build an app or bring an existing App to the *NEW* Universal Windows Platform!
This webcast is part of a global series provided by the MVP Award Program for developers. Our goal is to bring you the latest opportunities in developing for the Windows Platform, and to bring you closer to the Microsoft MVPs from your region.
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SQL Server connections in cloud scenarios – including with Windows Azure SQL Database – have an inherent degree of unreliability when compared to local SQL Server client/server connections. These challenges to reliability derive from several factors, including inconsistent Internet connectivity, machines in a cluster failing over and databases switching partitions. In this video, you’ll see how to use the new ADO.NET Connection Resiliency feature to add an extra level of resiliency and address these cloud-specific database connection considerations.
There has never been a better time to be a .NET developer, you can now build Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, and Windows applications with .NET all in Open Source. This session with the Lesser Scotts will run through some of the new innovations including the .NET Framework updates, .NET Standard, Universal Windows Platform updates, .NET Core, managed languages and more. We also have updates to Visual Studio and Visual Studio ode to make you a better developer, come see more of the latest productivity features in these tools including managing code style, searching your source and more...