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Shortly before Ignite 2018, Chacko Daniel joined Scott Hanselman to show off the effortless way to scale a service from 3 replicas/containers to 1500 in seconds using Azure Service Fabric Mesh and to talk about the mesh features in the pipeline (see: Azure Service Fabric updates at Ignite 2018)...

Azure Data Factory enables you to do hybrid data movement from 70 plus data stores in a serverless fashion. Gaurav Malhotra and Scott Hanselman discuss how you can now parameterize your connections to data stores and pass dynamic values at run time in Azure Data Factory. For example, you may ne...

Miao Jiang joins Scott Hanselman discuss the API economy and how companies must master the challenges inherent in building, maintaining, managing, and exposing APIs to participate. That's where Azure API Management can help. Azure API Management is a solution for publishing APIs to external and inte...

Mukul Sabharwal chats with Jon Galloway about the Bing.com's move to .NET Core 2.1, including some huge performance and deployment agility gains. ...

Julie Kohler joins Scott Hanselman and shows you how you can generate an isochrone using Azure Maps. Isochrones represent the reachable range from a given point using a set of constraints such as fuel, energy or time. These polygons can be combined with a number of features to do things like search ...

Recently, I’ve updated over 30 of my extensions to support Visual Studio 2019 (16.0). To make sure they work, I got my hands on a very early internal build of VS 2019 to test with (working on the Visual Studio team has its benefits). I’ve learned that the upgrade process is probably the easiest I’v...

Client-side web development has long been the sole domain of JavaScript. WebAssembly is poised to change that by opening up the web to the full ecosystem of languages, frameworks, and tools. Blazor is an experimental project to bring .NET to the Web via WebAssembly. In this session you'll see how Bl...

Join Scott Hanselman, Community Director for the .NET Team and Jon Galloway, Executive Director of the .NET Foundation as they give us an update on the .NET community, open source and details on the new format of this year's conference! ...

I’m often asked how to best learn to build Visual Studio extensions, so here is what I wished someone told me before I got started. Don’t skip the introduction It’s easy to create a new extensibility project in Visual Studio, but unless you understand the basics of how the extensibility system wor...

In this video, Tim interviews Scott Hunter about the latest .NET announcements. ...

Beth Massi, Mads Torgersen, Scott Hunter, and Richard Campbell sit down at the Channel 9 Live desk to discuss the future of .NET. ...

ASP.NET developers have been using SignalR to build real-time web applications since 2013. Now, with ASP.NET Core 2.1, we’re bringing SignalR over to ASP.NET Core so you can build real-time web applications with all the benefits of ASP.NET Core like better performance and cross-platform support. Com...

Let’s take a look at what’s new in ASP.NET Core 2.1! A number of improvements big and small are here, and we walk you through them in this demo-filled session. See how ASP.NET Core 2.1 brings improvements in building WebAPIs, Razor pages enhancements, a new HttpClientFactory and much, much more. We'...

Join Scott Hanselman and Scott Hunter to learn about the present and the future of the .NET Platform. We'll take a look at the current state of .NET, it's incredible growth, and the new features of .NET Core 2.1. We'll also show you the exciting direction .NET is headed to help you build cutting edg...

Come learn about the future of your WPF & Windows Forms applications. Windows, .NET and Visual Studio are making it easy to incrementally modernize your existing applications with Windows 10 features. Containerize your application for compatibility and installation isolation, take advantage of t...

Having great samples to help you learn about any programming language or paradigm can be very valuable. In my opinion, a good sample can be characterized by: Being easy to replicate Having clear steps that guide the reader to replicating the behavior of the sample into their own code base is param...

Building extensions for Visual Studio has its challenges, but as the new PM on the extensibility team I’ve made it my mission to make it easier. One way of doing that is to provide features that can take some of the pain out of common tasks associated with extension authoring. Here are three brand ...

Earlier this week I wrote about some experiments I was doing with Service Workers in ASP.NET Core. This is an update to that. So, what is a Progressive Web App (PWA)? A Progressive Web App uses modern web capabilities to deliver an app-like user experience – Progressive Web Apps The benefits ...

A series of .NET applications shows how you can use the cloud to streamline .NET development. See how to move existing investments to modern build and deployment pipelines with containers, without changing your application code base. Then learn the new libraries and tools available to integrate .NET...

Update: The information in the blog post is outdated. Instead check out Progressive Web Apps made easy with ASP.NET Core. What if you could make your ASP.NET Core web app faster to load and work offline without changing you code? You now can with the WebEssentials.AspNetCore.ServiceWorker NuGet pac...

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