With just 5 years to go until The Future™ officially starts in 2020, it's time to pull on your lycra-and-tinfoil onesie, pick out the colour of your hovercar, and consider the technologies you'll use for your upcoming web projects. Thanks to a temporal wormhole triggered by a freak SharePoint misconfiguration, I can exclusively reveal the architecture of a web app designed several years in the future. Some of it is predictable ES6/7 stuff - web components, shadow DOM, etc. - but then it gets into metaprogramming, cross-compilation from native code, advanced parallelism techniques, layout *without* CSS, and more. In this demo-centric session I'll show you each of these likely upcoming web technologies. Most of them are impossible (or at least downright irresponsible) to use in production web apps today, but seeing them in action will give you a sense of the possibilities that may soon open up.
Christoph ist Senior Consultant bei Computacenter und in seiner Rolle zu den Themen IoT und Industrie 4.0 unterwegs. Er wird aus der Sicht eines Microsoft Partners schildern, welche Auswirkungen Industrie 4.0 und IoT auf das traditionelle Office IT Systemhaus-Geschäft haben, wie sich Computacenter auf diesen Wandel eingestellt und welche ersten Projekte bereits umgesetzt wurden.
Are you interested in the future and the roadmap for the WPF platform? If so, this session is for you. We will take an in-depth look at our areas of investment and the new features we are working on for .NET 4.6 and future releases of the WPF Platform. We will talk about how WPF platform will evolve in the long term, and the strategies you should start considering to get the best out of future platform improvements. Finally, we will take a look at the new authoring, debugging and diagnostics experiences available for WPF applications in Visual Studio 2015.