How to develop modern web application, with no money and no Javascript

Italian (Italy) Advanced Architecture

In this session we will see how to develop modern applications while reducing the cost of Azure to the bone. We will see an application that will make us understand how small or medium-sized applications find significant benefits with a Cloud Native approach. Cost, time to market, but above all a well-structured code, will be able to create a product with a medium-long term life cycle.


Andrea Tosato

Microsoft MVP (Azure), CloudGen Verona co-founder, Senior Software .NET Developer in 4ward

Microsoft MVP (Azure). Software developer .NET in 4ward. Co-founder and vicepresident in CloudGen Verona. Author for and associate in xedotnet.

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