The Microsoft .NET 4.5 framework includes exciting new capabilities that apply to any type of .NET application. To create these applications, developers use Visual Studio, including its LightSwitch toolset for creating line of business applications. Visual Studio 2012 provides powerful features around debugging, architecture and application lifecycle management (ALM). LightSwitch offers high levels of productivity for building business applications and data services. We'll give you the information you need to understand and leverage the power of .NET, Visual Studio, ALM, and LightSwitch today and into the future.
Topics in this track include:
- ALM, Visual Studio 2012 tooling, TFS, and DevOps
- Asynchronous/parallel computing
- Design patterns
- .NET compilers, and static analysis of code