.net core Visual Studio / .NET ASP.NET Core entity framework core Entity Framework Identity performance architecture OpenSource Azure Security Cloud Security Cloud App Security
Ankeny, Iowa, United States
Now that .NET MAUI is real, what does this mean for existing Xamarin.Forms projects? How do we upgrade, what is the future like, and how quickly must we get there!
This session looks at the real-world implications and risk associated with upgrading your existing Xamarin.Forms based solutions to the newer .NET MAUI Processes.
We will explore the following as it relates to the transition.
* Completing the Migration
* Risks to Migration
* Build & Packaging Implications
* Emulator and Device Support
* Benefits once transitioned to MAUI
All information in this session is based on real-world transition experience of more than a 1/2 dozen mobile applications.
Mitchel Sellers is globally known as a 14-time Microsoft MVP, an ASPInsider, a DNN MVP, is an MCP (Microsoft .NET, ASP.NET and SQL Server), and CEO of IowaComputerGurus Inc. Sellers has a deep understanding of software development and when speaking focuses on proper architecture standards, performance, stability, security, and overall cost-effectiveness of delivered solutions. This message and his abilities resonate in the technical war room as well as the executive board room.
Mitchel is a prolific public speaker, presenting more than 400 sessions at user groups and conferences globally, such as DevUp, SDN, and Code PaLOUsa. Sellers has been the author of multiple books and a regular blogger on technology topics.
When Mitchel is not working in technology, you will find him flying his airplane, teaching others how to fly, or spending time with his family He is also actively involved in the Open Source Community working diligently to further the movement. Find out more about Sellers at his website http://www.mitchelsellers.com.
Microsoft MVP, ASP Insider, DNN MVP, MCP, and regular public speaker