SDD 2017 Schedule
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Thursday 18 May 2017
Migrating an ASP.NET MVC application to ASP.NET Core
Some of the most understated improvements in ASP.NET Core are those found ASP.NET Core MVC. With ASP.NET Core we have new tools available for web development: we now have access to web development standards such as bower, npm and gulp, we have simplified resource caching, versioning and failover, and new approaches to partial views previously unavailable to us. In this session we will take an existing ASP.NET MVC application and migrate it to ASP.NET Core from ‘new project’ in Visual Studio to feature parity.
Scott is a software developer specializing in identity and access management. Focusing on ASP.NET, he has increasingly found himself in undocumented territory, piecing together the facts and attempting to pass them on so that others don't have to go through the same. Scott leads RSK's IdentityServer program, providing support & consultancy to IdentityServer users. He is also an approved Pluralsight author, with his first course due for release early 2017. http://rocksolidknowledge.com @scottbrady91