In the article titled “How .Net is Evolving”, Sergey Pavlov analyzes the current trends in the .Net technologies, in particular, the recent shift towards open source and appearance of .Net Core – an open-source framework for developing apps not only on Windows but also on other operating systems. Besides, Mr. Pavlov highlights a gradual switch from native app development to cross-platform development. As for the cloud, he assumes that Microsoft will continue its transition from on-premises deployments to cloud services. When asked which technologies and technology solutions can help organizations accelerate innovations and execution, Artezio CTO mentions a microservices architecture as a modern trend for complex system development.
Sergey Pavlov, Artezio CTO, “We are always glad to collaborate with such magazines as CIO Review where we can share our experience, knowledge, and forecasts for the near future of technologies. As for the .Net platform that is the main topic of our latest article, I’d like to note that we can present ourselves as real experts in this field because we’ve been developing the .Net solutions since 2002.”
Read a full version of “How .Net is Evolving” in the online magazine CIO Review: http://dotnet-development.cioreview.com/cxoinsight/how-net-is-evolving-nid-23414-cid-123.html.
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