Join us for our Future of Desktop webinar where Olia Gavrysh, the Program Manager for WPF & WinForms at Microsoft, will give you the latest and greatest trends and updates regarding .NET 5 and what it means for your desktop applications. It's everything you need to know in a single webinar.
As the long-awaited .NET 5 is debuting in a few weeks, developers around the globe are waiting in anticipation to experience what’s been cooking in Microsoft’s innovation pot. On the Telerik team, we always strive to be ahead of the curve, so we’d like to invite you to join us for our Future of Desktop webinar where Olia Gavrysh, the Program Manager for WPF & WinForms at Microsoft, will give you the latest and greatest trends and updates regarding .NET 5 and what it means for your desktop applications. Hurry up and book your calendar for Nov 5, 2020!
.NET 5 is the natural evolution of the .NET platform—going forward, there will be no more .NET Framework or .NET Core. Instead, the firth major iteration of the .NET platform will commence the transition from the Windows-only proprietary framework to a cross-platform, open-source system that will unify .NET development as a single platform for creating applications across all devices.
Sam Basu, the vibrant tech geek and Microsoft MVP will be joined by Olia Gavrysh—the rock-star Program Manager for WPF & WinForms from Microsoft—to discuss all things desktop and what .NET 5 means for your WPF and WinForms applications (legacy or future ones).
In this exclusive webinar tailored specifically for .NET desktop, we’ll walk you through the latest trends in .NET desktop application development and give you insider tips and tricks on how to develop or migrate existing desktop applications to .NET 5.
Our speakers will cover the following topics during the webinar:
Join us for this event, exclusively tailored for .NET desktop development, and ensure you and your desktop applications are ahead of the curve!
Bianka was a product marketer for Desktop & Mobile technologies at Progress.
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