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ASP.NET Today and Tomorrow (Keynote)

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  It's been an amazing decade for ASP.NET. Today in 2014, most all of ASP.NET is open source, developed in the open, and accepting community contributions. One ASP.NET and VS 2013 added some amazing new tooling enhancements for HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. VS2013.3 is coming soon with even more innovations as we march towards ASP.NET vNext. Join Scott Hunter as he shows you how it works together. What's available on ASP.NET today, and where is ASP.NET headed tomorrow, and what do you need to know to best support the code you've written and the code you will write. We'll also talk about the rise of the cloud and how it changes the way we write large systems. All this, plus a lot of open source, and deploying to Azure.

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  • What is link for the video feed for this session?

  • Greg Duncangduncan411 It's amazing what a professional photographer can do...

    @robvettor: It's live right now on http://channel9.msdn.com/. It will be here for on-demand viewing in 24-48 hours

  • Aren't you worried that breaking compatibility like this may result in problems with people not moving to the new platform? Python 3 broke backward compatibility and 6 years later Python 2 is still more widely used.

  • Robert Sundströmrobertsunds​trom Robert Sundström

    Imagine enabling all .NET applications to be dynamic and modular.

    What if you just could double-click a ".csx" source file (with directives to other files) and then the app (whether Console, WPF or Web app) automatically launched after "Roslyn" dynamically compiled the app using its own designated runtime (.NET or Mono) on the fly?

    That is the future!

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