Business and enterprise application development

If you're modernizing your existing applications or creating new solutions from scratch, Microsoft provides your enterprise with essential tools needed for rapid development, ALM, and collaboration. Use familiar tools and new features that are optimized for cloud deployment to create LOB apps for Windows or Office 365, extend the capabilities of your web sites and services, or move your offline apps to the cloud. Grow your infrastructure in a cloud and devices world with Microsoft.

Extend your enterprise to the cloud with Azure

With Azure, you can use the cloud alongside your existing infrastructure and apps to build scalable enterprise applications, using any language or developer platform, and target any browser, client or device. Leverage Microsoft’s global datacenters to reach more customers and partners anywhere in the world.

Create mobile apps for the enterprise

Microsoft's Project Siena (code name) is a new technology to help businesses quickly create and deploy mobile apps. You can build apps that harness the power of corporate data and services, like SharePoint lists, Excel and Azure tables, RSS feeds and REST services. 

The future of .NET on the server

Join Scott Hunter and Scott Hanselman, as they introduce you to new thinking around ASP.NET and the .NET Framework. In a world of NuGets, modular frameworks, and lightweight VMs, how could .NET change to get faster, leaner, and meaner?

.NET guidance for LOB apps

Microsoft’s development platform lets you build, integrate, and extend existing LOB applications while getting you ready for the technology shift towards devices and services.

Manage apps in the cloud

With Visual Studio Online you can plan, develop and manage your applications in the cloud. In this video, you’ll see how to work with the different ALM services, including agile planning, source code repositories, and more.

Management libraries for .NET

If you’re writing desktop applications in .NET, Windows Store apps, or Windows Phone 8 apps, the Microsoft Azure Management Libraries provide a client-side SDK for service automation, management, and software-as-a-service capabilities to .NET developers.

Dev Spotlight: Poll Everywhere

See how Poll Everywhere teamed with Microsoft to incorporate web content seamlessly with PowerPoint, giving you the ability to immediately engage your audience with an interactive presentation.


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