In questa sessione mostreremo come scrivere le nostre applicazioni Web in modo che possano adattarsi automaticamente ad un'installazione on-premise oppure su Azure, risolvendo alcuni problemi comuni che spesso ostacolano il passaggio da una piattaforma all'altra.
Marco Minerva has been working with .NET since its first introduction. Currently he works as freelance consultant and he is involved in designing and developing applications for the .NET and Azure ecosystem. He organizes and holds training courses on these topics. He is co-founder and Community Leader of DotNetToscana and member of DotNetLiguria, two Italian User Groups. He is speaker at technical events and writes articles for magazines. He is a Microsoft MVP for Windows Development.
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