JR's Blog | May 2011

What is the state of the .NET platform?

by Jean-Rene Roy 2. May 2011 10:31

It’s very are to up to date with all the new technologies coming out.  But if you are a software architect or a project manager, how do get level with all the new technologies. Do not feel bad if you think you are falling behind.  You are not the only one. Well DevTeach and Code magazine is organizing a free event just for you. Join MVP and RD Markus Egger, for an afternoon of free and independent information about current Microsoft development technologies! What is the state of .NET today? Which of the many .NET technologies have gained traction? Which ones can you ignore for now? What's the coming up in .NET? What other Microsoft technologies should you include in your development efforts?

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Jean-Rene Roy Bio

Jean-René Roy; architecting IT solution for large and small enterprises since 1987. In 1991 he founded the consulting firm Technologies SoftDesign Inc.

He has worked on projects for the Canada Council of the Arts, Treasury Board of Canada, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, House of Commons, Innovapost, Bell Canada, CGI and many other corporations assuming the responsibility of IT Manager, Technical Advisor, System Analyst, Business Analyst, Senior Software Architect, Senior Software Developers, Team leader, Project management and mentor. He is still very active in the developers’ community by acting as a user group leader for more than ten years with the Montreal .NET community and the Ottawa .NET community.

He is also the co-founder of an international developer’s conference www.DevTeach.com which is now directed by a member of his team. Jean-René Roy is a SQL Server Microsoft MVP.

 

 

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