Partner Director Program Management, .NET, Microsoft
Scott joined Microsoft in 2007 working on the ASP.NET team which builds Microsoft’s Web Frameworks and Tooling. His team was part of the push to make .NET open source and cross platform. Today he works on the whole .NET platform including ASP.NET, .NET Core, .NET Framework and Web, and .NET tooling.
Scott Hunter & Shayne Boyer
With recent investments made to make .NET more open and portable so it could run anywhere with Linux and Docker support, .NET Core is better than ever for building cloud-native apps. We'll go beyond the basic features of ASP.NET to look at how you can use .NET Core all-u..
This session with Scott Hunter will cover the present and future of .NET. We'll learn about new scenarios that .NET Core 3.0 will enable for big data, machine learning, desktop development and new features in C# 8. Plus, we will look at what is coming in ASP.NET Core including gRPC (co..