ASP.NET Core and the Enterprise: Part 1 Frameworks

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 11 Oct 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

When larger companies with larger development teams ask me about ASP.NET Core, I generally frame the conversation in terms of risk and reward. Yes, there is a new architecture and yes, there are new features, but, when working on business applications with long lifecycles you want to look beyond the obvious topics for evangelism and measure the risks. There are six areas to consider in evaluating ASP.NET Core and it’s impact on business and operations. First is understanding ASP.NET Core’s...

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