Big changes are coming to the .NET platform that affect your development wherever you use .NET. The direction helps you develop applications (Web, Azure, Phone, Desktop. Windows Store, Linux, MacOS, iOs and Android) easier. So if you are going horizontal and targeting more than one variation of Windows, then this is for you.
For developers and architects, it provides keys to a new way to looking at how your code should be written. The new .NET implements the kinds of features we face every day. And the solutions are evolving from vertical solutions where each problem was a subset of some other bigger problem. Rather it becomes a set of contracts, where dependencies are clearly defined, where the contract can be implemented in different ways to meet specific needs.
Migrating the .NET base is no small task. Yet, the Microsoft teams have taken on the challenge to make it easier…
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