.NET Universal Windows Platform Development

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With the rapid growth of Windows 10, the wide variety of device targets, the open source .NET Core framework, and the powerful tools in Visual Studio, your .NET development skills have never been more valuable.

This session will demonstrate just how far your .NET skills can go with Windows 10. We'll explore building a Universal Windows Platform application that is tailored to run on various devices, and shares code with ASP.NET for the backend to complete the scenario. Come see just how powerful your .NET skills have become with Windows 10!

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    kikele

    Hi, can you publish the video to see it again offline?.

    Thk!.

     

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    gduncan411

    @kikele: It's coming... It will be available 24-48 (if not sooner) hours from now.

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    Barry

    What a wonderful presentation! Yes, source code is very welcome.

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    pmatmic

    Sorry folks - code is slightly delayed. Look out for the GitHub repo sometime in the middle of next week!

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    Sbhalerao

    Can you please post GitHub repository URL here once its available?

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    pmatmic
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    henryqng

    Very good informative on .NET native and the future of .NET UWP.

    Thanks Daniel for the wonderful presentation!

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    Sbhalerao

    Thank you for sharing code! Excellent & informative presentation!

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    Andrey

    Thanks a lot, that's a great video. I really like how Microsoft changes and evolves over time.

    I have a note that doesn't concern the speaker (thanks, Daniel, great job!), but Microsoft training material/video/presentation lexicon in general. They often feel robot-like. Sentences like 'That allows innovation to happen at a faster pace' are not something I'd expect to hear from a fellow human being when chatting about what's new in the tech world. This lexicon is more suited to a corporate press-release. We can just say 'You can ship faster' and that's enough.

    Have a look at guys like Scott Hanselman. Model the lexicon you use in training after him. No need to be all dry and enterprise-y. Please be more human :)

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    Andrey

    Physical visitor statistic measurement is a very interesting use case, thumbs up, Daniel!

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