.NET Aspire: Igniting Mastery in Modern Software Development

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Join this dynamic and insightful session, ".NET Aspire: Igniting Mastery in Modern Software Development," where we embark on a journey to explore the cutting-edge capabilities of the .NET ecosystem. This session is crafted for developers, architects, and tech enthusiasts eager to elevate their skills and stay ahead in the ever-evolving landscape of software development. Discover how .NET Aspire empowers you to master the art of building robust, scalable, and high-performance applications. We'll delve into advanced features, best practices, and real-world use cases that showcase the transformative potential of .NET in today's dynamic software development arena. Key Highlights: Next-Gen Development Paradigms: Explore the latest trends and paradigms shaping modern software development and learn how .NET Aspire aligns with these advancements. Performance Optimization Techniques: Dive into strategies for optimizing application performance, leveraging the performance-enhancing features of .NET Aspire to create highly responsive and efficient software. Microservices and Cloud Integration: Uncover the seamless integration possibilities of .NET Aspire with microservices architecture and cloud platforms, empowering you to build scalable and resilient applications. Security Best Practices: Understand the robust security features inherent in .NET Aspire and learn best practices for safeguarding your applications against modern cyber threats. Developer Productivity: Explore tools and practices that enhance developer productivity, from advanced debugging techniques to streamlined workflows, ensuring you make the most of your development time.


Carlos Miguel Silva

BindTuning, Chief Technology Officer

1998, started with a 56 Kbp/s modem using Netscape 6.0. Today, I'm in love with SharePoint and Open Source with a philosophy - "programming is not a job but a lifestyle".

Jose Antonio Silva

R&D Director at DevScope

Experienced Software Architect and dedicated Mentor with a diverse skill set spanning multiple technology domains, including DevOps, automation, microservices, and cloud-native solutions. Proficient in the realm of Software as a Service (SaaS), adept at orchestrating end-to-end processes encompassing Strategy, Design, Deployment, and Operations for multi-tenant applications. An avid advocate for Agile methodologies and passionate about the transformative power of Data Visualization, continually seeking innovative solutions to eliminate monotony and streamline tasks in our daily lives.

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