Windows 10 adds new hardware support enabling you to build apps that connect with both the past and the future. Come learn about developing apps for: • USB connected accessories on Phones, Tablets, and PCs • Popular prototyping boards like Arduinos • The large installed base of serial connectivity devices, like 30 year old natural gas meters. This session covers developing apps for USB Accessories and the design and use of Windows Runtime Serial API for universal apps. Speakers: Arvind Aiyar and George Roussos.
This deep-dive session presents new advances in .NET for building applications. Learn how features such as cloud compilation, a new Just-In-Time compiler (JIT) and parallel processing enable you to build applications that are faster and consume less memory.
In this video I had the privilege of talking to Ian Cooper about an open source project called Brighter. Brighter is built for scalable applications through the use of CQRS pattern. Its a truly interesting approach to building systems that was both eye opening and merits our consideration.