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Did you miss .NET Conf 2018? Here's a recap!

Posted by DeeDee Walsh on Sep, 17, 2018 @ 17:09

Last week was a great week for software developers - on Monday, Sept 10th, Microsoft announced Azure DevOps which is a culmination of 15 years of work and provides the full lifecycle of tools to support Visual Studio developers. Not resting on their laurels, Microsoft then hosted .NET Conf 2018 on Sept 12-14 for three glorious days of technical demos, tons of coding, a bunch of product announcements and even a virtual attendee party hosted by none other than your friends here at Mobilize.Net. 

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Topics: .NET Core, .NET, ASP.NET/MVC, ASP, code, DevOps, #dotNETconf, developers, cloud, Web Development, Visual Studio, Microsoft

Everything you wanted to know about .NET & more at .NET Conf

Posted by DeeDee Walsh on Aug, 14, 2018 @ 06:08

Save the date(s) for .NET Conf - Sept 12-14. Virtual conference includes technical sessions and how-to's, demos and much more. #dotNETConf is the place to be starting Sept 12. 

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Topics: .NET, .NET Core, Visual Studio, developers, IoT, DevOps, Web Development, mobile, Azure

We did it! Microsoft Inspire Twitter Party and more #MSInspire #MSInspireDev

Posted by DeeDee Walsh on Jul, 19, 2018 @ 15:07

Another great Microsoft event in the bag. This week Richard Campbell (of ".NET Rocks!" fame), Sara Faatz of Progress Software and I headed to Las Vegas to hang out with 14K other Microsoft partners and to host a developer-focused Twitter party. Check out Richard Campbell's Twitter feed to see all of the posts - lots of great technical content plus we shot some great video as well. Companies like Docker, GrapeCity, Infragistics, LEADTOOLS, Syncfusion, Progress and many more contributed content and prizes. If you didn't attend Inspire, check out my favorite developer session "DevOps on Azure: loved by developers, trusted by the enterprise". There's some great stuff on open source investments, customer insights and partner opportunity. 

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Topics: .NET, #Inspire, developers, Twitter, Web Application Development, desktop apps

PreEmptive guest blog: (.NET) App Security - What every dev needs to know

Posted by Guest Blogger: Sebastian Holst on Oct, 19, 2017 @ 03:10

Let me begin by thanking Mobilize.Net for the opportunity to contribute as a guest blogger. I'm going to assume that this crowd understands all too well the costs and the risks that come with holding on to legacy code. It should come as no surprise then that holding on to legacy (outdated) risk management practices comes with it's own penalties and expense.

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Topics: #VS2017, C#, Hacks, Java, Android, .NET, Mobile security, #msignite, Visual Studio 2017, ASP.NET/MVC, #gdpr, Dotfuscator, PreEmptive Solutions

Best Developer Content in the Past Two Weeks (including DevOps, IoT, .NET Core and much more)

Posted by DeeDee Walsh on Sep, 27, 2017 @ 14:09

The past two weeks have offered an embarrassment of riches in technical content for developers. Whether you're interested in IoT, DevOps, Visual Studio, .NET Core or whatever... there's something for you. To help you out, the Mobilize team has created a curated list of our favorite sessions from .NET Conf 2017 and Microsoft Ignite. Please enjoy!

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Topics: #dotNETconf, #msignite, .NET, DevOps, Visual Studio

.NET: what lies ahead?

Posted by John Browne on Sep, 15, 2017 @ 14:09

Let's return briefly to 2002--a year both celebrated for its numerologic significance to middle-aged BMW owners and darkened by its Billboard #1 hit.

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Topics: .NET, ASP.NET/MVC

Announcing VBUC 6.5

Posted by John Browne on Oct, 21, 2015 @ 06:10

When I worked in the Visual C++ (now Visual Studio) group at Microsoft, one of the breakthroughs came when our fearless leader, Denis Gilbert, insisted we "eat our own dogfood." What that meant was that we would actually use Visual C++ to build and debug Visual C++. In this day and age that may seem obvious to the point of absurdity, but (this was 20 years ago) at the time the development team used standalone editors like Vi and Make files to do the build. The IDE was for marketing to use in demos...

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Topics: Visual Basic Upgrade Companion, VB6, fun, .NET, C#, Windows

Getting there faster (to the Web that is)

Posted by John Browne on Apr, 30, 2015 @ 16:04

If you ever wondered what it's like to be in the midst of 5000 Windows developers, you should come to //Build/ some time. I'm fortunate enough that I'm here this week for the second year in a row. 

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Topics: HTML5, .NET, C#