Microsoft has brought major new changes to the .NET family.
They have been hard at work developing new technologies and upgrading existing architectures within the .NET framework to cope with the changing demands of business and consumers alike.
Some of the updates we're most excited about include:
Never one to sit on our laurels, we've updated a chunk of our main .NET-flavoured courses to take advantage of these new features. If you'd care to look this way...
...And we won't stop there. Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2015 (TFS 2015) has brought major new functionality for Agile .NET Development teams, and we'll be updating our TFS Training Course to take this into account.
Windows Universal Apps are bringing homogeneity to the Microsoft ecosystem - so you can publish your apps to Windows Phone, XBox One, even to Windows 10 IoT running on small form-factor PCs like the Raspberry Pi.