ASP.NET Core is new, rebuilt from the ground up, according to more modern practices. This might or might not increase your programming power and your ability to address customers’ concerns. Nobody can realistically answer that question on your behalf. This column of Dino Esposito attempts to clear the ground from […]
Join Tommy Mullaney for an overview of strategy and best practices to build secure applications using SQL Server. SQL Server offers a versatile toolset of security capabilities, which enable you to protect sensitive data and meet stringent compliance requirements. You’ll leave with an understanding of how these capabilities fit together […]
Mobile applications present a unique set of design challenges and opportunities that differ from traditional desktop and browser based applications. With powerful cross-platform solutions like Xamarin you can now deliver more, more quickly. In this presentation, learn about the constraints of devices and platform ecosystems, how to optimize your workflow […]
learn how Microsoft uses Git in large teams, and how you can make use of the advanced Pull Request and Code Review features in Visual Studio Team Services. Peek under hood to understand how Microsoft makes large repos and servers scale to support some of the most demanding needs of any software engineering team.
Creating connected mobile applications often requires some form of backend infrastructure. In this session, you’ll learn how to reuse your existing .NET skills to quickly build web services into your Xamarin apps, leveraging the power of Azure App Service. See how simple it is to integrate the Azure App Service […]
High DPI displays are becoming commonplace. Unfortunately, many non-UWP desktop applications can become blurry or can be sized incorrectly when used on a system that has both high and low DPI displays. In this session, learn what Windows offers to help you update your application to render properly in both […]
In this Channel9 session, MSFT examines the whole surface of the new app diagnostic APIs, how the API hierarchy models the kernel and platform runtime functionality, and what’s here in the Creators Update and coming in the next release. They also walk through building a UWP version of Task Manager. […]
Graph based app model The App Model for any OS includes everything in the app lifecycle from packaging and deployment to background execution to communication/sharing to the notification system and finally uninstalling the app. Andrew Clinick will cover how the app model is evolving with Project Rome to encompass the […]