Positioning Microsoft Development Technologies for Custom Application Development

Play Positioning Microsoft Development Technologies for Custom Application Development

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The approach for every type of application (“A single architecture/approach to rule them all”) won’t work. The Microsoft development stack and .NET are extremely flexible and offer many possibilities, but you have to select specific approaches and technologies depending on what kind of application or even subsystem you are going to build. Each application will have very different priorities and tradeoffs must be taken very differently depending on that. This session is a global vision about our suggested approaches for different application and subsystem types and then, what Microsoft development technologies fit better for each approach. Related technologies to cover for Mission Critical and Core-Business applications (Domain-Driven): .NET decoupled architecture and technologies, DI/IoC, DDD patterns, EF Code-First Models, etc. Related technologies to cover for CRUD and Data-Driven applications/subsystems: Microsoft RAD technologies and products, like Visual Studio LightSwitch, and other data-centric approaches.

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    diegobuso

    Great presentation showing all the different technology available for the custom development. It show a lot of new terms that I have to look around.

    where would the code be publish?

    thanks.

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    cesardl

    Hi!,

    Thanks for your feedback!. I will publish the sample application code in the following days. Take a look to my blog at MSDN BLOGS (search for Cesar de la Torre) during the week of June the 10th.

    Then, at the end of June, I'll publish the final version of the sample application at MSDN SAMPLES.

    Thank you! Smiley

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    cesardl

    Hi!, so I just published my demo sample app in my blog. We'll continue refactoring it a little bit during the next days before TechEd Europe, where I'll use it again. So, any constructive feedback will be appreciated! Smiley

    Grab it from my blog: http://tinyurl.com/lpuwput

     

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    HZA

    It shows that the guy has no idea at all about what he is talking about

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