Come hear more about Microsoft’s approach to design: why it is evolving and how developers can benefit. Partner Director of Design Albert Shum will discuss high-level design influences in Windows 10 as well as our rich set of Microsoft experiences that empower developers. The talk will be followed by a Q&A with executives Jeff Fong, Karen Kesler, Jonathan Wiedemann, and Jeff Arnold.
When building solutions for the Cloud it is critical to understand that every architecture decision has even more impacts than before as a bad code might get you out of business. For this reason in this session we will be focusing on:
Breaking down the baseline concepts of Cloud design
Defining the critical considerations which we should have when designing new Cloud solutions
Looking at Architectural Patterns which can help us succeed in this space, like Microservices, CQRS and Event Sourcing
Looking at real life examples of Azure Cloud Architectures, the trade-offs and results
Lessons Learned Building Azure Solutions
The key goal of this session is to create awareness of what considerations, architectural patterns and trade-offs should be done in order to have successful Cloud solutions and even more specific to Azure solutions.
Visual Studio LightSwitch provides the easiest way to create modern, data-centric, line of business applications for the enterprise. In this video, we will build and deploy from end-to-end, a full-featured business app that runs in Windows Azure and provides rich user experiences tailored for modern devices. We will also highlight some of the new features added to LightSwitch in Visual Studio 2013.
Expand your app’s potential across platforms and markets using Visual Studio + Xamarin + Multilingual App Toolkit. Whether you’re code sharing via PCLs for Windows Phone, iOS, and Android apps, or using Xamarin Forms, the Multilingual App Toolkit provides the same simplified localization workflow used by Windows Desktop, Store, and Phone developers. This session will cover enabling and use the toolkit in your daily development effort as well working with translation vendors and community translators. Speaker: Cameron Lerum.