A Year-Long Journey from .NET Framework to .NET Core

English Introductory and overview Development

.NET Core has been around for a couple of years now and with the latest release of .NET 5 it is a great time for large, complex enterprise applications to migrate away from .NET Framework. Doing so is far from easy and can be challenging, especially as you may be forced to address years of technical debt. It is however an initiative well worth the effort. In this session we will walk through a real world example of a year-long modernization journey. We will take a closer look at how you can get started, what obstacles you may face and how to overcome them.


Alexander Slotte

Microsoft MVP and Managing Consultant at Excella

Alexander is a Microsoft MVP, and a Managing Consultant at Excella, based out of Washington DC. He is an international speaker, and have spoken at conferences such as NDC London, NDC Melbourne, ProgNET, Big Data Europe, .NET Jetbrains Global Online Day and others. He's the co-founder and organizer of The Virtual ML.NET Community Conference and the organizer of the .NET DC User Group. On his spare time he enjoys supporting and building a vibrant developer community and spends his time working on the open-source project MLOps.NET. Say hi on Twitter @alexslotte or tune into one of my live streams on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/alexslotte)!

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