.NET 4.5.1 is the latest and most up to date version of the .NET framework, which includes exciting features and improvements on .NET. Some are improved use of the hardware and better performance, while improving productivity with X64 edit and continue, Async-aware debugging, managed return value inspection, improvements in windows store app development, and many others.
Mrityunjay Bhadauria is an Imagine Cup judge from India that competed in Imagine Cup when he was a student. He is now the CEO and Founder of EduKinect. Today, under his leadership the EduKinect team is leading the next wave of innovation amongst more than 15,000 students. Mrityunjay talks about what it is like to be a judge, how things have changed since he was a competitor and gives advice for students that are competing this year.
Cloud, social and proliferation of devices have changed the way we work, collaborate and manage our tasks and projects. During this keynote Jared will talk about Microsoft's vision for business productivity & project management, share industry trends and provide insights into how Microsoft is thinking about future product investments. A career software professional, Jared’s experience includes roles in engineering, product management, product marketing, and sales. He holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BS in computer science from Brigham Young University.
.NET is present both on the desktop, the server and on the mobile platforms. This creates an immense need for code reusability across these three domains. Portable libraries in .NET is the solution to this problem. This talk will focus on how we can apply this solution to achieve an architecture with maximum code reusability. We will cover code being used both on the server and on desktop and mobile clients.
Objective: Learn how to use portable class library for code sharing in Windows apps