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ASP.NET 5 De-bamboozled – Lessons I wish some-one else had learned… The change from ASP.NET 4 to ASP.NET 5 brings a whole lot of awesome to web development, but it’s the biggest change since MVC was introduced and the learning curve is massive.

SSW shipped 2 enterprise apps on ASP.NET 5 while it was still in Beta (wow, that hurt).

Don’t spend weeks trying to understand how to get your new project right.

This session isn’t just ‘hello world’, it’s the stuff we wish we’d known in those first head-scratching weeks.


3 Minutes with ASP.NET 5: Where’s my Cheese?

ASP.NET 5 (formerly known as ASP.NET vNext), along with .NET Core, is Microsoft’s ground-up rewrite of the .NET Framework. It is designed specifically for modern cross-platform web-application development and involves a number of breaking changes and new concepts that the .NET developer will need to be aware of.

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