Mobile continues to expand and evolve at a rapid pace. Users expect great native experiences in the palm of their hands on each and every platform. A major hurdle for developers today is that each platform has its own programming language and tools to learn and maintain. Even if you tackle the burden of learning Objective-C and Java you will still have to manage multiple code bases, which can be a nightmare for any development team large or small. It doesn't have to be this way as you can create Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and Windows Store apps leveraging the .NET framework and everything you love about C#.
For this interview I got to talk to Amir Rajan on dynamic types in C#. He showed a very interesting use case (working with databases and tables) for the dynamic type and introduced us to some open source code he created to facilitate this kind of work. Here's some links to learn more:
Today, people want to work anywhere on any device. How do you enable this, yet retain control and meet compliance requirements in both on-premises and cloud environments? Join us to learn more on the Microsoft hybrid identity story, Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) in Windows Server 2012 R2 improvements and Microsoft Azure Active Directory.