Upgrade to Microsoft .NET

Today I delivered two sessions at Upgrade to Microsoft .NET. Many people turned up for the event. The event is all about bringing software applications to the .NET level. Keeping up with technology is vital in today’s competitive environment. Business growth is dependent on applications that are secured, robust and scalable. Microsoft .NET and Visual Studio can help you achieve these criteria.

 
Special thanks for those who attended my sessions Migrate from VB6 to VB.NET? Where to start? and Ensuring quality in .NET applications.
 
Migrate from VB6 to VB.NET? Where to start?
Synopsis: This session provides an overview of Code Advisor for Visual Basic 6.0, Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET Upgrade Assessment Tool, and Visual Basic Upgrade Wizard. Code Advisor for Visual Basic 6.0 plugs-in to Visual Basic 6.0 to analyze code and suggest possible improvements. Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET Upgrade Assessment Tool analyzes Visual Basic 6.0 projects to determine what issues that need to be addressed. It also provides information about where to get help understanding each issue and the types of skills needed to address them. Visual Basic Upgrade Wizard upgrades Visual Basic 6.0 projects for further development in Visual Basic .NET. It does not modify the original Visual Basic 6.0 project, but rather creates a new Visual Basic 2008 project based on the original project.
 
Ensuring quality in .NET applications
Synopsis: This session provides an overview of the Web and load test types of Visual Studio Team System Test Edition (VSTSTE). VSTSTE includes a suite of test tools that are integrated closely with Visual Studio; they work not only in their own testing framework, but also within a larger framework of software life cycle tools. VSTSTE lets you create, manage, edit, and run tests, and also obtain and store test results. Several test types, including unit, Web, load, and manual tests, are integrated into Visual Studio. In this session, you’ll learn how to create, edit, run, and view Web and load tests.
 
 
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