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It was a fruitful opportunity during the Microsoft Tech Summit that hosted in Singapore on 13 - 14 Mar, which enable me to catch up some of the experts from Microsoft.

During these 2 day's sessions, I have attended the following seminars:

  • An Overview of the Microsoft Application Platform for Developers
  • Azure SQL Database – The Intelligent Cloud Database for App Developers
  • Explore the new, cross-platform .NET Core 1.0
  • Build modern cloud based web and mobile applications on Azure App Service
  • Enable a new world of work with Office 365 Identity
  • Architecting robust Big Data Solutions with Azure
  • SQL Server v.Next with Support on Linux, Windows and Containers
  • Explore cross-platform mobile development end-to-end with Xamarin

The speakers not only are humor and knowledgeable, but they did provide insights on what currently Microsoft is focusing in, including Office 365 and Azure platforms, as well as other products/ tools such as SQL Server v.Next and Xamarin.

It's time for me to look into a bigger picture from now on for future development!

You can find more relevant Microsoft Tech Summit info from this URL:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/techsummit
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by:James Bilous
I've only ever worked with the .NET stack once awhile ago and found it to be an interesting architecture. I would definitely be curious to see how things have advanced since then - it used to be a rather bulky set up (as opposed to the usual stacks I was used to at that point like LAMP). I've heard LINQ is killer from everyone in MS camp, especially for enterprise level development.
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by:Ryan Chong
LINQ is extremely powerful and I'm glad it was developed  = ) You should try that.
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Web applications are systems that run in browsers that perform functions normally associated with other client-based programs. One of the most commonly used web applications is email; instead of downloading individual emails to a local machine, the data is shown through a website. Other examples of web applications are collaborative systems like a wiki or an online game.