betterCode () .NET 5.0: Benefit from the early bird discount until November 11th

Hosted on the occasion of the upcoming release of .NET 5.0 this week heise developer An online event together with On December 3, 2020, proven .NET experts will offer developers a compact one-day tour of the new main version.

If you are interested in the conference, it might be exciting to know that you can still benefit from the early bird discount up to and including November 11th. Until then, participation costs 149 euros (plus 16% VAT), then 199 euros (plus 16% VAT). Teams can also benefit from group discounts. A separately offered workshop, which shows how real single-page web apps can now be developed with .NET and C #, costs 449 euros (plus 16% VAT), with a combined discount when booking the workshop and conference .

During the course of the day of the online conference, the participants should get practical knowledge to familiarize themselves with the new features of .NET 5.0 and to get an assessment of how they can approach the update.

Participants have the opportunity to ask their questions to proven .NET insiders such as Holger Schwichtenberg, Christian Wenz, Rainer Stropek, André Krämer and Tim Cadenbach – either via chat or directly via the BigBlueButton rooms integrated into the online conference platform venueless. Finally, Immo Landwerth, Program Manager for .NET at Microsoft, will even give an outlook on .NET 6.0.

The participants expect eight 45-minute lectures:

  • From .NET Framework to .NET Core to .NET 5.0: Status, migration paths and expenses
  • What’s new in C # 9.0?
  • ASP.NET Core 5.0 and Blazor 5.0
  • The new features in Entity Framework Core 5.0
  • Mobile development with .NET 5
  • What’s new in .NET 5.0
  • Windows UI Library 3 (WinUI3) as an alternative to WPF and UWP
  • Outlook on .NET 6

The entire program and detailed information on the procedure, the lectures and speakers are available at Web site for the .NET 5.0 online event. It also offers further links and the current status of the planning.

betterCode () is a new brand from heise Developer and dpunkt.verlag, under whose roof online conferences are held.


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